Since yesterday I have been furiously working on getting the Rowanjoy Bridal website designed and online (although I didnt let it get in the way of Eurovision Semi- Final watching) and here it is. Its not 100% finished, I'm waiting for some product shots of the dresses to put up along the shoot pics but am too impatient to wait till then to get it up.
A couple of weeks ago I told you about my new bridal collection that I was launching and now I have the photos back from the shoot I can tell you a little more about it. Rowanjoy Bridal continues the aesthetic from the Rowanjoy label with all the dresses being inspired by vintage style from the 20's onwards. There are 4 styles of dresses to choose from as well as a cheeky little bridal playsuit for the bride looking for an alternative look for the big day.
Clara dress - £835
Greta Dress - £735
Lucille Dress - £895
Betty Dress - £825
Scallop Playsuit - £135
I am currently working on the website for the bridal collection which will have more details about each of the styles. If you want to get in touch now for more information email me at email@example.com. Each dress will be made to order for each specific customer.
I am still offering a bespoke bridal service, so if you are interested in getting a dress designed and made specifically for you get in touch too. Prices start from £750 (excluding fabric)
This Sunday I will be setting up stall for the first time at Magpie Market in the hub on the Royal Mile. I have been busy the last couple of days screen printing a summer version of the scarves that were so popular at Christmas. Now made in georgette and available in Black with purple or mint print or Ivory with rose pink print, these scarves have an added extra foil print at both ends.
I will also have my printed tees, some printed leather jewellery, bow belts and some previous season stock which will be at bargain prices.
There will be over 30 stalls with a variety of fabulous products from various independent designers. Not only that there will be some fab tunes from The Horndog Brass Band who I saw play on Hogmanay and are amazing. There will be a pop up cafe with tea and cakes, a tombola with lots of fantastic prizes from local businesses and for those of you that get there early a good bag full of treats.
It is on from 11-4pm at The Hub and is free, so come along, say hello and support local and independent designers and makers.