I’m very lucky to know some wonderful people on Twitter, and when I put a little shout out for new wedding ideas to share with you lovely lot last week I had a fantastic response! (There’s still space for more – if you’re a supplier, get in touch with me! email@example.com) Today I want to introduce you to the fabulous Baloolah Bunting.
Claire Ong, a designer and maker of wedding accessories has expanded her range following the worldwide success of her unique handfinished vintage-lace style bunting. Claire runs Baloolah Bunting from her restored Victorian townhouse in Gosforth, England. Her pretty bunting, reminiscent of 1940s English country fetes, is sold on craft hub Etsy and ‘Not on the High Street‘. She has now expanded her range to include exquisite ring bearer cushions, table runners, table mats and cutlery wraps.
The gorgeous vintage style range is inspired by shabby chic country weddings, with details including intricate lace effects, love bird silhouettes and fine, soft ribbon. Burlap (hessian) is used for a rustic ‘heritage’ finish and smooth hand-stitched satin touches add elegance and colour.#
Claire said, ‘It’s really wonderful listening to what the bride and groom want, creating items that are totally unique to them and seeing it all come together beautifully in photos of the day.
Baloolah’s products can be tailored to complement any wedding theme and play to the particular tastes of wedding couples, with everything made to order, designed and hand made by Claire.
The bespoke range is very affordable with prices staring at just £15 for a ring bearer cushion. To see the full range and price list, visit http://www.etsy.com/shop/BaloolahBunting or http://www.notonthehighstreet.com/baloolahbunting or contact Claire directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Isn’t she fabulous? I wish I could decorate my apartment with all of Claire’s bunting and hessian goodies. They’re gorgeous – beautifully made and presented. Do visit Baloolah Bunting and place an order for your wedding day!