Why you should choose a bespoke wedding accessory
Accessories are a very personal style statement and at Garter & Veil, I know how important it is to find the perfect pieces to complement that special wedding gown or outfit.
Let's face it you can spend hours trawling through site after site on Google and board after board on Pinterest and never quite find what you are looking for.
If you find yourself in this situation creators of handcrafted accessories or couturier's like myself are your Fairy Godmother,
your Jimini Cricket, your ...
you know what I mean!
Bespoke options allow you to perfectly match your pieces to your dress, the theme of your wedding or event, your personal style or to incorporate an important family heirloom.
Having something that is unique to you will make you cherish your accessories and become the heirloom pieces of the future.
Creating a design
Bespoke options can be as simple as a variation on an existing design.
Creating an existing piece in a different finish - such as a gold crown in silver.
Perhaps you would like to switch the pearls for crystals or gemstone details?
Maybe you would like to change the fitting or attachment of a piece such as adding a comb to a crown?
The options are really endless and I love to hear which elements work best for each bride and I offer guidance when needed along our journey to creating your perfect piece.
'I love to hear which elements work best for each bride and I offer guidance when needed along our journey to creating your perfect piece.'
If you are looking for something completely unique I can design a piece from scratch.
I have heard a few brides say that they are afraid to ask for what they are looking for, and afraid costs may spiral or ideas may be pushed aside.
I love to create bespoke pieces and I have a very personal approach to these enquiries so I'd like to reassure you that there really is nothing to be scared of.
To clear the fog I have created some tips to commissioning your unique piece -
5 Tips for commissioning your bespoke wedding accessories
Tip 1. Before you proceed with an enquiry I recommend that you have a clear image