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24 February 2013..
Join Damselle Tiaras and a selection of the regions finest wedding suppliers on Sunday 21st of April at the York railway museum, for the eagerly awaited Brides Up North Luxury Wedding Exhibition between 12 - 4. Let us answer any questions you may need answering in planning your wedding.
We will have a beautiful collection of Polly Edwards headpieces to show you along with other stunning pieces by Ivory & Co, Louis Mariette, Dulcie Angel, Nathalie French and last but not least Melissa Dawson of Parlour Millinery can discuss with your mum and mum in law to be how to wear a hat or fascinator and can advise on designs to suit.
Thanks for looking and don't forget I am always happy to answer any questions, give me a call or email me on 07876 680425 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Damselle Tiaras – Online headdress sales incorporating Personal Headdress Consultancy Service.
You can design a “bespoke” headpiece using any of the components used in any of the Polly Edwards pieces. I will be delighted to work with you to create your design, your own very special headpiece. Contact me for further information.
17 March 2013
Looking for a stunning headpiece/vine for your wedding day then take a look at this piece by Julia on BridesupNorth http://bridesupnorth.com/?s=damselle
27 March 2013
We are getting so many hits for Polly Edwards headpieces so I thought that I would share something with you. I was chatting to Tracey today at Polly Edwards and she told me that there have been some big changes happening at PEHQ, one of the changes being that they are no longer going to be using mannequin heads for their images but real models with hair that has been beautifully styled and faces that have been beautifully made up, posing in the most elegantly languorous poses. I think these images which are from the website of Juliet McKee are truly stunning, what do you think?........
I was delighted when Polly Edwards commissioned me to shoot her exciting 2014 bridal headdress and tiara collection at Bijou Venue’s Botleys Mansion. Recognised worldwide, Polly creates elegant and stylish handcrafted pieces for the discerning bride. Her latest collection offers brides show stopping pieces with a real wow factor!
With a trusted team; Make up artist Carolanne Armstrong, bridal hairstylist Sharon Roberts, ridiculously beautiful model (and in my dreams very own muse) Jade, we gathered at this amazing Surrey wedding venue.
Polly and I worked together before the shoot to plan the look we wanted to achieve. Polly shared some favourite Vogue cover images with me and from there I built a Pinterest board which I named ‘Heavenly’. We liked the idea of getting an ethereal feel to the shoot, and a diverse set of bridal looks within the theme to show Polly’s fabulous collection off to all 2014 brides! Polly loved the idea of using a huge piece of tulle to create the look, and we had lots of fun using it in different ways. We also had an amazing frock by British wedding dress designer Sassi Holdford, which complemented Sharon’s ‘big hair’ look perfectly.
The weather outside was cold and rainy and we even had thunder and lightening, but we were made to feel very welcome by Bijou venue’s Victoria, and this 18th century Palladian mansion’s huge windows and spacious proportions made for the perfect setting to create something rather beautiful.
Venue: Botleys Mansion
Collection – Polly Edwards
Photography – Juliet McKee
Make-Up – Carolanne Armstrong
Hair – Sharon Roberts
Gown – Sassi Holford
Model – Jade
To see this write up in its entirety, please copy & paste the link http://julietmckeephotography.co.uk/index.php/polly-edwards-2014-collection-botleys-mansion/
This is an exclusive preview of the 2014 collection which will be unveiled at the White Gallery on the 19th May 2013.
If you have any queries about any of the headpieces above, please contact Damselle Tiaras