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Today we have a fabulous new business to showcase on the blog from a brilliant Kent supplier. Amanda, the designer and creator of Brooch Bride, is originally a northern lass from Newcastle but has been in Kent for nearly 10 years. Amanda started out as a florist and was in the trade for over 2o years until she launched her new business creating bridal bouquets and accessories completely from buttons and brooches.

Lets find out a little bit more from Amanda…..

“Each Brooch bouquet I make is entirely unique and very much a one off, no two pieces will ever be completely the same. I handcraft the brooch bouquets as a reflection of each Bride. From gothic and dark to colourful or sparkly, the intricacy within the brooch bouquets uses amazing detail taken from the wedding theme itself or simply whatever the Bride loves.

I’m really passionate about my designs and love the fact that a brooch bouquet could become a treasured family heirloom, passed down through generations to use time and time again. Brides can incorporate their own jewellery and family stories as well into the design. From using a loved ones photograph in a locket to adding silver buttons from a cherished coat – it’s so fulfilling to create something that is completely bespoke and highly original.”

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See Amanda’s designs first hand at the Vintage and Unique Wedding Fair at Scotney Castle in September or visit the website to see the full range and order online. Amanda is offering all Wedding Dolls readers an exclusive 10% discount when you pay the deposit before December 2013. Just quote “The Wedding Dolls” when ordering.

Happy Shopping!

Emma x

Photography by Penny Young.

If you are looking for an alternative to the usual wedding bouquet or accessories and want something completely different then you are going to love DC Bouquets which is run by the very talented, Debbie Carlisle. Debbie makes her fantastic one-off designs with vintage and vintage-style jewellery mixed with buttons, crystal, glass and pearl beads.

Her range includes wedding accessories, bouquets and buttonholes. Here are some designs from her 2012 accessories collection.

 

 

 

 

 

All images: Copyright of DC Bouquets

If you are looking for an alternative to the usual wedding bouquet and want something completely different, this is for you.

 

We have just discovered DC Bouquets which is run by the very talented, Debbie Carlisle, who’s gorgeous boutique makes fantastic pieces with buttons, including wedding accessories, bouquets and buttonholes.

The one-off designs use a variety of vintage and vintage-style jewellery and buttons mixed with crystal, glass and pearl beads.

The buttonholes are brilliant as extra special gifts for those in your wedding party and the headwear is fabulous for bridesmaids, as some can be worn in a variety of ways.

Best of all after everyone has admired them on your wedding day, you will be left with a beautiful reminder that you can keep forever and show-off time and time again. J’Adore!

All images: DC Bouquets

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