‘Gets Hitched’ at Craft Central – wedding inspirations

Preface

The Spring 2013, ‘Gets Hitched’ at Craft Central UK showcased the designs of a variety of crafts people and designers. These included Wedding Dress designers, Jewellers, Hat makers, Print Specialists and DJ, Wedding Smashers. Over 60 designers presented their work to future brides and the quality and variety was amazing. We can only offer the highlights, i.e. present those we feel stand out from the crowd.

Wedding couture

We are great fans of tailored couture and loved the designs of Melanie Potro whose made to measure range includes plus sizes; and Federica Bruno who specialises in embroidered fabrics to great effect.

Wedding inspired hats

Two millinery designers caught our attention, Bailey Tomlin whose tiaras were very eye catching; and Bee Smith whose work beautifully captures vintage glamour.

Wedding Jewellery and Accessories

For delicate fairy-like craftwork you must seek out the creations of Hot 100 designer, Sian Bostwick . We love her butterfly necklaces, earrings and brooches.

Rosie Weisencrantz specializes in woven vintage necklaces and headbands that will had a chic touch of nostalgia to any vintage wedding.

Illustrator James Brown cleverly incorporates romantic and nuptial themes into his print productions; thereby making them ideal for wedding posters, promotions and invitations.

Finally, Jodie Ruffle of Ruffle Ruffle incorporates drape and tailoring into her clothing designs. They are beautifully cut and we love the creative way she uses materials such as chiffon, silk, wool, leather, metal and even plastic!

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One Response to ‘Gets Hitched’ at Craft Central – wedding inspirations

  1. Many thanks for your sweet words! x

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