Heirlooms Ever After has launched a new vintage-style collection of wax flower bridal accessories, inspired by Queen Victoria and designed and made in the heart of the Derbyshire Dales. Shown for the first time at the Autumn National Wedding Shows, this is a line tipped for success
Queen Victoria, at her wedding to Prince Albert in 1840, wore a wreath of real orange blossom flowers. Symbolising wealth and status, her beautiful headdress was a trigger for fashion- conscious brides at the time and as the real blossom was not always available, the Victorians – and later the Edwardians – fashioned orange blossom flowers out of wax. It is this process that Heirlooms Ever After have worked long and hard to perfect so as to bring a modern day equivalent of an age-old tradition.
Using timeless designs but a modern wax compound, Heirlooms Ever After has developed it a range of incredibly lightweight pieces of art that can become the heirlooms of the future. These new pieces are a great addition to the company’s fabulous Duet Collection of dual purpose headdresses, that have at least one component part that can be used again after the big day as a fine piece of jewellery.
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