Yes, that's right! We're taking custom orders for headpieces and jewellery once again. It's been a little while since I have done a custom order, and to be honest I missed it! While I was rather busy slightly changing the direction of Peacock & Lotus I didn't want my brides to be to feel left out, so I am now once again taking on a small number of custom orders, 2 per month to be exact. The reason being is that I want to be able to offer a supreme service to my brides and taking on more than I can handle doesn't equal good service and attention to detail.
I will still continue to release new pieces to my collections both in the Luxe Label and The Classic Label all of which can be customised, but if you are after something that is completely you, I am at your service! Prices depend on what type of piece you are after, generally for a heavily beaded piece prices start from $150 +. Pricing can be a little tricky at times but I always try to accommodate my clients needs, if you are after a simple headpiece or piece of jewellery with a clear idea of what you are after the price can be very reasonable as I generally charge for the time it takes to create your piece. If you would like more info or have any queries on custom made headpieces or jewellery, please don't hesitate to get in touch either by our contact form or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Now that I have established my new line of bath & body products and organic tea blends I will be back to creating some new headpieces and jewellery to satisfy my love of adornments! Enough blogging, it's time to get designing!!!!
Until next time,
Today I'm in the studio creating a lovely bridal lace headpiece for a Canberra bride. I absolutely love working with lace, there are so many ways you can alter it, embellish it and layer it to create the most wonderful and gorgeous hair adornment! I have to say, if I had to choose one material that I love the most, it would be lace.
The lovely bride to be wanted something lacey and feminine to match her gorgeous pastel pink gown which has lovely Alencon lace, pearl and sequin beading. Funnily enough she says she's not a girl girl and surprised herself by choosing a wedding dress in a pastel pink shade, it goes to show you never know what kind of wedding dress you're going to fall in love with!
Below are a few pics from start to finish the first two starting as a blank canvas of ivory lace and then slowly adding crystals, pearls to create a soft vintage feel.