Friday, 15 May 2015

Introducing Daydream Bridal

We caught up with Amy from Daydream Bridal to find out more about how she started her bridal accessories business. Daydream Bridal will be joining us at the Bridal Bazaar, this Sunday at East Horton Golf Club. 

I started making jewellery when my now husband and I moved to Poole Quay and were a hop, skip and a jump from a small bead shop. Always keen to learn new crafts, I promptly bought half the shop and scoured the internet for tutorials on creating pretty things! One of the items I bought from the shop was a plain tiara or headband base - that was the start of it all!

After a while perfecting beaded tiaras, I started using vintage brooches and earrings in my designs and then started selling them online. I was surprised by the huge positive reaction I got from my pieces and Daydream Bridal was born. 


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