Monday, March 28, 2011
I recently finished and sent off this order of a mixture of crescent clutches with ruffles and scallop clutches with blossoms. The accents used were sea green and fig paired with a shimmery silver dupioni silk. Each clutch had the girls monogram, a unique message from the bride and the wedding date inside and was lined in a fun black and white retro-inspired cotton print.
Friday, March 25, 2011
You might remember when I introduced this design, I did a giveaway to the person who came up with the best name and that name was Perfectly Pleated! Well, this is an order I just finished up a little while ago with each purse in the Perfectly Pleated design. One perfectly pleated clutch completely done in ivory for the bride with a "something blue" lining and the rest for the bridesmaids in silver, with sea green silver and ivory accents.
Sunday, March 13, 2011
I've been offering my fold over clutches now for about three quarters of a year. Just recently I've decided to make it a bit easier for people to customize their own orders. There are three different clutch designs: the scallop clutch, the crescent clutch and the newest design: the envelope clutch. There are also three different brooches which can be made in an accent color and added to each clutch. The idea is that a customer can mix and match any clutch design with any brooch, making each purse unique for the person it is intended for.
If you stick with one accent color then there are 9 unique possibilities! If you add a second accent color, then technically there are 18 different possibilities, and so fourth. I plan to add more brooch options in the future, I just have to come up with some ideas. Any special requests? I would also love to hear what you think, is this new idea easy to understand? What's your favorite mix-and-match option?