Charlotte Cornelius Jewellery Design - Strutting our stuff!
Having been invited to showcase our bespoke jewellery at this Wedding Fashion evening - we jumped at the chance! Southend Barns is such an amazing location, run by a highly professional and switched-on team, and it is fun to be taking part in something different to our well loved Wedding Fayres.
We are busy choosing a selection of Ready-to-Wear and Bespoke Jewellery to take to House of Fraser tomorrow to accessorise the models outfits and coordinate with the themes for the show which include; Shades of Grey ( We're wondering if that's 50..?!) , A Midsummers Nights Dream ( Floral and Ethereal?), Winter Wonderland ( Icy white stones and cool white metals such as Silver, Platinum and Palladium) and Blush ! So here are a few of our ideas so far...
The Irridecense of our new Peacock Grey Freshwater Pearl Dress ring will shimmer with all 'Shades of Grey'
Inspired by nature and the Botanical World my new collection may work with A Midsummer's Night Dream ...
Like a shard of Ice cut from a Glacier this amazing Rock Crystal Stone set in glistening drops of Sterling Silver could not be more Winter Wonderland!
Of course we will also select more rings plus handmade bangles, pendants, earrings and bracelets which may fit the brief, and we will proudly show off our unusual and bespoke wedding and engagement ring designs for all to see.
The models will be gracing us with super-scrumptious Wedding dresses, dapper Grooms & Menswear, not forgeting the latest Mother of the Bride looks, and Bridesmaids fashion for all ages. So we will be collaborating with Coast at House of Fraser, and looking forward to seeing fellow Hayling Islander Cheryl Diment showing stylish young Bridesmaids and Childrenswear from her label Eliza Mabel.
We anticipate much fizz will be supped and canapes nibbled whilst the Brides-to-be and their 'entourages' browse the specially selected wedding exhibitors between catwalk shows.
So why not follow the link to secure your tickets before they sell out and help us to raise money for the priceless work of St Wilfrids Hospice, we will be contributing to the Charity prize draw, and the whole event will be covered by ETC the glossy Style publication for Hamphire and West Sussex- so you may even find yourself in the Social Events features - a la 'Hello' magazine!