I recently had the pleasure of collaborating with the lovely Gina from Gina DoverJaques Photography. Gina traveled to Paris last year and embarked on an exciting photography workshop where she was introduced to my work.
On returning from Paris Gina and I were keen to work together again. I mean I’d be crazy not to , her work is Devine!
So i parceled up my favourite lace garter in blue and ivory and sent them off to her and the results did not disappoint. I love everything about these images. Their softness compliments the delicacy of the garters and showcases their muted shades beautifully.
I’ve recently expanded my range of garters after receiving custom requests from brides. I can see that brides want and deserve much more from their wedding garters!
After all garters are the final chapter, they are one of the last purchases a bride will make for her wedding day. I feel a brides garter should reflect their personality and compliment their style . Not only are they beautiful but they serve a true purpose to brides who follow wedding traditions.
‘Something old, something new, something borrowed , something blue‘
So I began experimenting with colours, spending hours finding that perfect combination to create a modern, fresh duck egg blue. I am thrilled with the results and delighted that I can offer my best selling lace garter in this truly stunning shade.
Shop this garter via my website 'Boutique Shop' under Garters.
A special thank you to the lovely Kate from Kate Cullen Styling and Mathilda Lundin Calligraphy for their creative products make these images incredibly pretty