This week I’m delighted to have joined the illustrious lineup with the one stop shop for curating your alternative wedding, Unique Rebels Union! My versatile collections will let you curate the look across your entire event, from show-stopper jewels for the blushing bride, through dainty corresponding pieces for your flower girls and bridesmaids, lapel pins and cufflinks for him, and even matching ceramic wedding favours.
The pick ‘n’ mix inspired accessories range from large one off statement pieces to fun yet classy everyday wearables. Whether its a statement piece to compliment the bridal gown, thankyou presents, or unique favours for your guests for your bridesmaids my confectionary inspired treats are a great way to share memories, and bring a little bit of fun into your perfect day.
You can build your own custom colour combinations from my library of pastel porcelains and add in candy like gemstones to match or contrast. If you can’t find your favourite sweetie amongst my pick ‘n’ mix extravaganza, drop me a line and I’ll see what I can rustle up. Whether it’s a pair of sprinkles cufflinks to sneak some subtle fun into the father of the bride’s outfit, or pink pineapple earrings for your elaborate Vegas wedding, your wish is my command! I can adapt colour-ways, incorporate your favourite stones, take this earring design and make it into cufflinks, make that brooch a pendant…. it’s up to you!
Unique Rebels Union is an award-winning online wedding directory, blog and magazine, set up to champion the cool, the creative and the colourful in the wedding industry. Their hand-curated directory includes creative wedding florists, colourful wedding photography, modern wedding stationery, upcoming bridal designers and the finest streetfood amongst all the other types of suppliers you may need.
Photo Credits from top;
Photography by Susan Castillo, modelled by Lydia Morrow, Makeup by Yvonne Lynch, wardrobe by Bella Nude
Photography by Liana Mostafa, Styling by Eliza Beecroft, makeup by Kala Williams, models Eliza Beecroft & Oko Oma, wardrobe by Bella Nude