We are so excited to welcome Peter Trends Bridal; an Australian design house that has stayed current for almost 50 years. Peter and his wife, Elvie started the company in 1969. Since then their two daughters have joined the family business. Their modern lines, light fabrics, and striking lace make these beauties a must see. Book your appointment today!
Whether you're looking to jazz up your everyday look or find something extra special for your big day, Adria Harrison can make it happen! She loves to work with brides on custom pieces and has a plethora of handmade pieces displayed in our store. Join us for our Art After Dark Sip and Shop. We'll have a mimosa bar provided by Saude Mobile and some yummy munchies to keep you shopping all night. Hope to see you there!
We've got quite a treat for our Claire Pettibone fans! Wendy, Bridal Director and right hand woman to Claire will be here Saturday to meet with our brides! She is bringing a sneak peak of Claire's latest collection. We're the first to see it!!!! Wendy and the sneak peak gowns will only be here on Saturday. The California Dreamin' collection will be here all weekend. To see more visit Claire's website. If you'd like to see these beauties in person, book an appointment with us!
Growing up in Hawaii, Ross Brandeburg was surrounded by master carpenters and ukulele makers, which have inspired his contemporary work. He found beauty in their design, choice of wood, grain structure, and bold features that embody Hawaiian craftsmanship. Hardwood combinations such as Maple, Oak, and especially Walnut, along with staples to traditional Hawaiian design like Koa, are showcased in Ross’s main work. Over the years, Ross has honed his skills and started to find his own style. With the knowledge he has gained from working with his father, his connection with the Hawaiian style, and guidance from a local master craftsmen of the Central Coast, Ross has fashioned his own distinct style and is quickly proving himself to be a notable up-and-comer in the world of wood design.
We all need something for ourselves. For artist Kari Freitasfield it's macrame.
From the Artist: "For me, macrame is my me time. It's something I do when my girls are in school or asleep. It's my self care. Working on a piece of macrame is like meditation for me. It's so relaxing and fun for me to see the progression of my work."
Join us for wine and snacks while perusing Kari's work.
While planning her own wedding, designer Alyssa Kahle had trouble finding the dress of her dreams. So she designed her own and opened her bridal business. She believes every bride should feel confident on her wedding day and each of her gowns are designed with confidence in mind. Get a glimpse at www.alyssakristin.com. Join us for our trunk show and book an appointment today!
For a colorblind artist, Joshua Smith is surprisingly known for his vibrancy. From designing logos to creating custom pieces for television, Joshua is an artist working in a plethora of mediums. After graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Brigham Young University and traveling for television, Joshua found home in Los Osos California. You’ll often find him wandering the Elfin forest, listening to live tunes at a local pub or shuffling furniture around for photo shoots. His latest inspiration stems from the texture and movement of fabrics when they’re on the female form. Join us for light snacks and refreshments while checking out Joshua's latest works.
Need a dress to match your free spirit and bohemian vibes? Ti Adora has exactly what you're looking for. Whether your having a low key ceremony on the beach or an ethereal elopement in the woods. Come try on these lovelies while we have them. Book your appointment here.