Creative Ways to Use Shawls

With just a few basic styling techniques you can transform a shawl from a simple piece of fabric to an eye-catching accessory in only a matter of seconds!

Dallas Bridal Market-September 2012

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Fashion Show…

Fashion reboot: Slimmer gowns, more colour

coloredbridesAs seen in, “The Chronicle Herald…”

BLUSHING BRIDES? Make that brides in blush. Coloured bridal gowns aren’t an entirely new style phenomenon. But from recent celebrity weddings to spring 2013 designer runways, fresh creations for the walk down the aisle are emerging in shades beyond traditional white, ivory and cream… (Click on the link below to read more)

http://thechronicleherald.ca/artslife/389247-fashion-reboot-slimmer-gowns-more-colour

The Global Morning Show Interview

moofthebrideAs seen on, “The Global Morning Show…”

Barbara and Terrie Tibbetts stop by The Morning Show to preview their series Mother of the Bride, a show that takes viewers inside the drama of finding the perfect dress for a woman’s special day… (Click on the link below to watch the interview)

http://www.globaltoronto.com/Pages/MorningSegment.aspx?id=6442781331

How to Avoid Wedding Dress Counterfeits…

 

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Peek Inside the Bridal Market…

Atlanta Market features T. Carolyn for Expert Panel

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The Miracle of Making Silk

Silk is one of nature’s most beautiful natural fabrics. While the art of making silk dates back to 3000 BC, few people understand how time consuming and labor intensive the process is. Silk is referred to as the queen of textiles, and the art of silk making was one of history’s most zealously guarded secrets for over 2,000 years. China is the leading producer of silk in the world. This video is courtesy of Mon Cheri Bridals.

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