Friday, November 13, 2009

Weekday Work + A Contest!!

Having temporarily converted the dining room into a workspace is really paying off. Much thanks to the deer (pun on name intended) husband for his outstanding patience during my creative spurts.

This week has yielded some requests for custom bridal hairpieces as well as an order fir a few headbands [thank you, Sarah Beth!], which led to a bit of a groove. Guess you gotta roll with it when that happens.

Potentially bridal, but not locked in. Made from a fitted ivory tee and ribbon. {Hampton}


Leftover lace and a stone pulled from a vintage cocktail ring. {Davidson}


Wham, bam, thank you glam. Olive and gold is the way to my heart. {Freddy}


The next three were also made by upcycling a fitted tee that was bound for Goodwill. {Dexter}


{Diego}


Named for the color scheme which rules her life, this is a tribute to thebudgetsavvybride.wordpress.com {Bishop}


A bridal clip with a vintage opalescent button and a hint of ivory tulle {Baxter}


And the last one photographed yesterday evening was a third bridal piece featuring ranunculus. {NAME CRISIS}


This is where you come in. Whomever submits the most appropriate regal male name for this piece will receive a custom hairpiece from me for only seven bones, plus shipping. That's unheard of, but I'd really appreciate your help.

Let the naming begin!

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19 comments:

{Cassandra} said...

Darcy - as in Mr. Darcy from Pride and Prejudice. I don't think you can get more regal than that man!

Allison Whetstone said...

Fitzwilliam--Mr. Darcy's first name!

Cara said...

Darius. Like King Darius. And Darius Rucker of Hootie and the Blowfish.

sewvandervort said...

Monroe - as in Priar Monroe, my grandfather's name. :)

karen flowers said...

Stuart.

Kristin said...

Ferdinand: as in Ferdinand and Miranda from Shakespeare's The Tempest. He is the only son of Alonzo (King of Naples) in The Tempest. Ferdinand falls in love with Miranda, and his love is tested by Prospero (her father).

My favorite Shakespearean royal love story plus it takes place on a magical island. What's not to love about that? :]

kale said...

Josephine. It kind of has a Spanish flair. :)

kristinjayne_ily said...

Edwin or Sampson

kristinjayne_ily said...

also maybe even,

Everett or Theodore

all four of these names were popular in the 1920s.

I think it's fitting to the style

Ms. Ortiz-E said...

Redmond or Pearson (or even Pierce)... love this!

Jen said...

Isaac.

or Ethan. :)

Someone mentioned Everett - and I like that. Not that my opinion counts in the least.

Alicia Castaneda said...

Kenzington

Tim said...

Gwenivere (spell check) or Gwyneth

Tasha Boerema said...

Godfrey

Emily said...

Ashley you're amazing!

I don't know if the naming contest is over, but I say Finley.

九份 said...

Always keep your words soft and sweet, just in case you have to eat them.............................................

剩沒底天 said...

一定要保持最佳狀況呦,祝您開心 ........................................

玉苓 said...

I love readding, and thanks for your artical. ........................................

宗穎宗穎 said...

灰心是動搖的開端,動搖是失敗的近鄰。..................................................