Heirloom Wedding Garter Set
By: Sarah Dobson | Thursday 15th of December 2011 09:35:13 PM
One of my favorite garter designs to do is a heirloom garter set, for brides who wish to incorporate a piece of jewelry from their mother's/grandmother's jewelry collection or, well, any other material that has a special family significance. Whether it be a piece of fabric or a trinket that once belonged to their father, the best thing about creating a heirloom garter set for a bride is knowing that she will one day pass it down to her own daughter (or whomever she so desires for that matter). A great example of a La Gartier heirloom wedding garter set is pictured below and if you don't mind I am going to tell you all about it!!:) The brooch was from La Gartier bride Erin Hamilton's mother's jewelry collection. It was an incredibly old, incredibly beautiful brooch that she sent me via ups, covered in so much bubble wrap you would think an atomic bomb was inside. We decided to put it on a white layered spotted english netting garter to match her gown, and left out all other embellishments other than the brooch. Anything else would have just taken away from how spectacular this particular piece of jewelry was. Below is a picture of this jaw-dropping heirloom wedding garter. Happy La Gartier everyone!!
La Gartier Wedding Garters Featured On Tara Guerard Soiree
By: Sarah Dobson | Wednesday 14th of December 2011 08:44:13 PM
Let me start this blog posting with a *gasp*. La Gartier was featured this week on the blog of celebrity wedding planner Tara Guerard. Which, if you aren't completely immersed in the glittering world of weddings as I am, you might not know what a big deal this is but wow, let me tell you, I am over-the-moon happy. You see, Tara Guerard is a nationally recognized wedding planner, not to mention one of my personal favorites. I blogged about her and her company, Tara Guearard Soiree, just a few posts back so I won't bore you by re-writing (re-gushing) all about her. Let me just say that sometimes it pays to muster up some courage and simply pick up the phone. Thank you Tara and Erin for the posting and I hope to design for your brides someday. To see the posting, you can click here. To visit Tara's website, and gaze mouth-half-open at her work, click here.
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