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Posted on 21. May, 2013 by Princess Lasertron.
One of the only things cooler than the beautifully frothy and ethereal gowns designed by talented indie fashion designer Jillian Fellers is that she creates and produces all of her pieces right here in the Omaha area. Hailing from Lincoln, Nebraska with a background in textiles and design, Jillian’s workmanship reflects her intense attention to detail and her designs show her ability to anticipate trends and styles that brides today are really looking for.
Hand-rolled hems! Silk chiffon! Boning and corseting! Color!
I love Jillian’s work and all of the design decisions she’s made with this collection. The hand-dyed appliqued lace, the peplums, and the high-low hems are so flattering and cool right now. I’m especially in love with her bridesmaid designs–they’d all be beautiful dressy options! I’m so excited to recommend Jillian Fellers’s expert work, and I love that she’s doing it all as a mother, entrepreneur, and designer here in the Omaha area. So cool. Check out her Etsy and follow her on Twitter and Facebook too! Indie design makes the world a prettier place.
Posted on 23. Apr, 2013 by Princess Lasertron.
This order was a pretty quick turnaround job that I put together in the last week for Melissa’s upcoming wedding in Western Australia. It’s taking place in September with sort of a rockabilly pin-up theme. I used she and her fiancee’s colors of hot pink, black, and white, plus plenty of bling-y vintage buttons.
Congratulations, you two, and I can’t wait to see the photos. You dear readers can see the rest of their flowers in their Flickr set, and if you’re interested in getting a bouquet or boutonniere of your own, head on over to the bridal inquiry form and I’ll get back to you about it!
Posted on 22. Apr, 2013 by Princess Lasertron.
Source: Signature Ceremonies Instagram
Signature Ceremonies is an Omaha-based all-encompassing what-more-could-you-ask-for company offering a huge range of services for brides- and grooms-to-be. Whether you want to do something traditional or surprise all of your guests with a party like they’ve never seen before, the whole team at Signature Ceremonies is focused on helping their customers celebrate the biggest milestone in their lives with a ceremony that reflects the uniqueness of the couple.
We perform all types of ceremonies, from religious to secular, and everything in between. You have full control over every aspect of your ceremony, and we do not require premarital counseling. Your wedding will be as simple or as ornate as you choose. Personalize your vows, choose special readings, honor your parents and family, or include any ritual or activity that you like. Itâ€™s your special day, we always respect your wishes, and we are there with you every step of the way…right up to the moment you say “I do.” -Andrea Talbot, Signature Ceremonies
Andrea, the owner of Signature Ceremonies, was recently telling me about how she’s decided to start growing the company by offering an a la carte menu to serve more clients outside of the area so more people can take advantage of her passion for wedding planning. Now people all over can call upon her services for preparation of custom wedding ceremonies, script-writing, coaching tips for “new” officiants (like when you have your BFF get ordained to marry you), seating consultations, all things of that nature. I also love that Signature Ceremonies is LGBT-friendly and keeps their ceremony language gender-neutral and inclusive.
My hope for every engaged couple is for them to begin their lifetime of happiness together with a wedding ceremony that represents their love and beliefs as a couple, and I can’t recommend Signature Ceremonies enough to take on the role of facilitating that!