Laura knew exactly what she wanted; Sugar skulls, rainbows and for each of her bridesmaids to wear something different.
I’m not sure whether she’d hunted us down to come and see us at Great Northern Wedding Show or whether it was a happy coincidence that our paths crossed at that fair, but it was one of those easy conversations that quickly revealed we were a perfect for for each other…
Laura: I’m looking for a tea length wedding dress but with proper frothy petticoats…
Me: like these?
Laura: yes, and I want my wedding dress to have loads of colour and maybe, somehow, have sugar skulls incorporated in it?
Me: sure thing, we can embroider traditional sugar skull designs on your dress in any colours you want *tries not to jump up and down*
Laura: and what about bridesmaids, I want them all different
Me: no problem, we can do different colours, styles, anything really
Laura: OK, can I make an appointment
Me: *does a little dance*
That was it, decision made…
You should have seen our excitement as we worked out the Dia de los Muertos embroideries, chose colours and other design details. And I don’t think we’ve ever created such a riot of colour (though I know it’s not our last!). You can’t help but smile when looking at the images of Laura and James’ wedding… such a fun filled day!