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Beautiful ways to use our plant dyed silk ribbons - Feathers and Stone

Beautiful ways to use our plant dyed silk ribbons

 Wrapped around bouquets - the perfect match.

Blooms: Sage and Ivy / Photography: Skye Carter Photos / Styling Truly and Madly / Makeup: Connor Adams

Blooms: Miss Dahlia May / Photography: Bek Smith / Styling: Truly and Madly / Makeup: Connor Adams / Hair: Hannah Bylo / Dress: Rue de Seine  


The only way to deliver your images to your clients. 

Photography and packaging design: Charlotte Sowman Photography
Photography and Packing Design: Jonny Scott Photo
Photography and packaging design: Jenny Tong Photography


Is there any better stationery accessory than plant dyed silk ribbon?? No. 

Stationery: Emily Lauren Design / Photography: Bek Smith Photo
Stationery and styling: Angelique Ink


How to elevate your Flat-lays. Add silk ribbon

Stationery: Michaela McBride / Photography and Styling: Jonny Scott Photo 

Stationery and Styling: A Fabulous Fete

Finish every styling shot with silk ribbons for more likes on your IG posts. 

Cake: Magnolia Kitchen / Photography: Bek Smith Photo

Styling: Balencia Lane / Photography: Luke Marshall Weddings


For swoon worthy Corsages and Boutonnière (french word for Button-hole). Add silk ribbon.

Styling: Wild Hearts / Photography: Renee Edwards / Florals: The Wilde Florist / Dress: Natalie Chan

Florals: Shes Blossomed 




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