1. eclu, 2. elizabeth rosas eRosasjewelry, 3. littlebyrdvintage, 4. joan shum, 5. garnet girl designs, 6. caitlinkeegan 7. the bag basement
Platinum sash clutches and sterling silver stepping stones necklaces, wedding dresses and prasiolite rings – shall always and forever be irresistibly drawn to the softest grey, and especially when intermingled with shades of neutral. Ivory dupioni silk, always tulle, vintage fringed leather, and a few beautiful thoughts floating about on this rainy, cozy autumn morning.
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This week ends with sophisticated grays, shimmery silvers and bold blacks in fashion, home accessories and art.
1. Valhalla, Willow Bag 2. Kcoline, Swoon 3. Bella Chic Boutique, Vintage Milk Glass Collection 4. Be Still Shop, Triangles pillow cover 5. Maisy and Alice, Octavia Paper Yarn Necklace 6. Erin Dollar, Geometric Embroidery Art
Lusting over that dark gray leather handbag from one-woman Scandinavian company Valhalla, and that stunning, voluminous raw silk dress with charming bow detail on the back from French-born designer Kcoline.
Ever so charming vintage milk glass dishes from Bella Chic Boutique to decorate a pretty china cabinet, accessorize weddings or serve at events. Absolutely in love with everything geometric and shimmery at the moment, including this silver triangle pillow cover from Be still shop made by Australian Industrial and graphic designer Sarah Robinson.
A passion for fabric design and mixed media art, at Maisy and Alice is where you will find delicate tactile delights and paper yarn necklaces. Erin Dollar is an artist and maker of geometric embroidery art in oh so charming and playful gray, white and yellow.
Psst.. Did you notice the text ad link on the sidebar? Vistaprint is Burrs & Berries’ first advertiser! Make sure you check Vistaprint’s website to design your own custom t-shirt!
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I have been wanting to write about fairly new online Nonpareil Magazine for a while now because it’s just full of gorgeous budget and accessible wedding and event planning and inspiration, do-it-yourself projects and lovely photography.
Nonpareil Magazine is a collaboration between Maddy Hague and Kristen Magee, packed with do-it-yourself inspiration, craft tutorials and projects, printables, templates and tips mainly for weddings. They also have a downloads section where you can find printables and templates from all their issues!
I briefly introduced Nonpareil here a couple of months ago when I contributed to the second issue. But if you haven’t had the chance to explore it yet, head on over to the site and enjoy their fourth issue!
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Young European designer Jack Ritché moved to Toronto in 1952, discovering that there was a need for custom designed wedding dresses. He started Ritché, for which all women’s clothing he designed and had a team of dressmakers who created them. His name has since become synonymous with weddings, and a team of seamstresses make sure that everything is just right as the bride walks down the aisle. They’ll be at the Pronovias trunk show in Toronto from February 3rd until the 13th.
Aren’t these gowns gorgeous? These are my favorite, I love big gowns, big ruffles and layers upon layers than go on forever. I noticed that every gown I chose has a high fashion runway look to it, and would need 5 foot 10 models to fill them up. Since I’m none of that, I’ll just admire them in their beauty and find a way to add 8 inches to my frame until the time comes. I have some time to come up with a solution though!