Je t'aime Blue September 12 2015
and a silver sixpence in her shoe.
And something well-treasured at Violet Bells is tradition, in its most sophisticate praxis. Although we may not be exercising the poetic ditty to the extent of warding off bad juju, one could never underappreciate the value of a charm or trinket. And what bride doesn't love an extra dazzle of good luck during her betrothal? We've prepared a unique collection of Something Blue's for the Violet Bells' bride...
This delicate beaded Guipure Venetian lace garter is also embellished with Parisian clay flowers and baby sequins. A sister garter is featured along side for toss out in the new collection.
A fancifully cut garter pays respect to the Guipure Venice lace edge. To the right a Rhinestone trimmed garter, created with Alencon lace and detailed by delicate clay flowers made in Paris. The flowers lie in a bed of couture organza silk petals and leaves, with a hint of Chantilly lace for a special touch that is pleasing to the eye.
This veil, named Holi, crafted from Alencon lace, has a rawcut edge draping from the crown to midcalf. From there, the veil extends into a scalloped edge and is finished with lace applique and double-faced silk satin ribbon. Our whimsical Clementine gloves are made of Alencon lace. The raw edge and blue clay flowers give the gloves an airy and delicate touch... Extenuating the bride's hands and ring finger.
Each of these Violet Bells' signatures give a bride a feminine way to say bonne chance!