Launched in 2015, Rebecca Anne is a luxury British bridal label celebrating the uniqueness of every bride in each intricately designed veil. After years of styling brides, I found that many ‘veil companies’ didn’t match up to brides expectations, especially when they were trying on beautifully made high-end dresses. So I worked hard on creating handmade veils with a very high quality finish using beautiful soft tulles.
This year brings an exciting fresh identity for Rebecca Anne (photos coming soon but you can see sneaky peaks on my social media!). New to 2020, my embroidered creations can offer brides the endless opportunities of creating something unique and personalised – the perfect finishing touch for their wedding day and a beautiful heirloom they will treasure forever.
Nestled comfortably at the intersection of boutique fashion and traditional elegance, the label caters to customers willing to invest in the details of their wedding. Brides are offered consultations to work together during the design process of creating a fully customisable product that means they can tailor their veil to match their dress perfectly.
Made to order, each veil is expertly designed and created by hand.
Time frames differ dependent on the intricacy of the bride’s chosen design. A classic simple veil can be hand-cut and hand-stitched with a lead time of 2-3 weeks. More elaborate pieces with bespoke embroidery could take 4-12 weeks. After initial consultations to discuss design ideas, I would establish the kind of veil a bride is looking for and offer a quote. Once this has been agreed on, the process can begin with the bride receiving a drawn design and a small sample of the embroidery. After this stage I can go ahead with the process of making their very special veil.
The embroidery design service I offer brides means I get to do what I love every day – be creative! It is so enjoyable working alongside brides to create something truly unique and personal for them.
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