Sunday, May 27, 2012

Australia Bound!

I love this pair of love birdies! Not only they have the chubby look that I always try to achieve. the bride has a different head accessory than a flower!

The head piece picture the bride had shown me had intricate pearl and crystal pattern, I was very happy that I was able to recreate the pattern with silver paint and pearl/crystal embellishment :)

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Featured on Elizabeth Anne Designs

How wonderful to be recognized for my work and being featured on EAD! Belinda and Jim is a lovely couple that I felt instant connection with, I am very honored to be part of their special day. I am glad that the day turned out just the way the bride had envisioned.  

Real Weddings: Belinda + Jim

Belinda and Jim’s wedding is not only about as sophisticated and elegant as it gets, but it’s got an utterly fantastic pop of bold color throughout too! Bridesmaids in bright pink BCBG dresses, vibrant pink and red florals dripping with crystals by City of Commerce Flower, and glittering pink favors at each place setting, all set against their stunning venue Athenaeum at Caltech. The venue by itself is amazing, but then add in all these incredible details? I’m 100% smitten. Oh and add in the perfection that is Belinda’s Valentino heels? Make that 110%. Bravo to the whole team responsible for this gorgeous wedding and to Marvin Tsai for the beautiful photos!
The following California vendors contributed to Belinda and Jim’s wedding:
Photographer – Marvin Tsai \ Venue – Athenaeum at California Institute of Technology \ Florist – City of Commerce Flower \ Planning and Design – Betty Chiang \ Stationery and Calligraphy – Betty Chiang \ Videographer – Today’s the Day Weddings \ Bakery – Porto’s Bakery \ Band – Sam Graham \ DJ and Lighting – Shine Entertainment \ Transportation – BCS Asia Limo \ Hair and Makeup – Grace Lin \ Bridesmaids Dress Designer – BCBG \ Gown Designer – David’s Bridal \ Shoes – Nordstrom \ Suit – Men’s Wearhouse

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Married in London!

Had a buyer from London on Etsy that asked me to make a pair of love birdie. I was very excited when she told me she would like a "waist coat" for the groom birdie, although I had no idea what a waist coat was until I googled it, I knew it was something that I havent done before.

The "wasit coat" (or a vest, according to google) came out great! The groom birdie looked very handsome with it, I love how the tie is so little on the groom.

Have a safe trip to London!