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Kimberly Canale, Brooklyn, NY Vendor: Event Designer Website: Inspired Goodness About Me: From the moment the engagement ring was slipped onto my finger, I've been in love with all-things-wedding. I still get teary eyed reading proposal stories in magazines and love sneaking a peek at a bride and groom glancing at one another for the first time, as the ceremony is about to begin. With each of my clients, I get to know their personality, family background and hear the story of how they met and fell in love. Each piece becomes another element from which I use to build the overall vision for their wedding day. As the Creative Director at Inspired Goodness, my job is to create the various details that makes each of our weddings come to life. My work incorporates classic elements; engraving, hand calligraphy and vintage typography. Using a mix of found objects and flea market pieces lends a rich history to my work and challenges me to find creative ways to use mass-produced elements, each with a chic and timeless result. With every new client, I get to explore avenues I've yet to pass and love knowing that the next adventure is just around the corner!
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Stephanie Browne Australia

October 13th, 2009 @ 2:15 pm by Kim @ Inspired Goodness

I have a thing for hair accessories - especially if it incorporates vintage lines and sparkly accents. While reading this month’s Martha Stewart Weddings, I was smitten with a new-found love: Stephanie Browne Australia.


The line ranges from costume jewelry, bejeweled belts and headbands, all inspired by the 1920s Art Deco showgirls.

Paired with a really simple silhouette, these pieces can really make a simple white gown come to life. What I love best is that they can be re-worn and enjoyed for special occasions - years after the wedding day.

For the bride looking for something really special for her bridesmaids, these pieces are a really lovely fit. When you have a large group of ‘maids, you can give each girl a very special piece that reminds you of them. Not only a very special keepsake, it helps bring a little bit of personality to your dress choice.


If you’re lucky enough to live in Australia, you can visit her showrooms in Melbourne or Sydney. For us girls living stateside, here’s a list of places throughout the U.S. that carry her line.

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love it!!!

 
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Hey I noticed they have them here as well:

http://www.lezustore.com/Stephanie-Browne-Jewelry-s/246.htm

I really want to get some, but they’re just too expensive for me :-(

 

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Kim @ Inspired Goodness Kimberly Canale, Brooklyn, NY Vendor: Event Designer Website: Inspired Goodness About Me: From the moment the engagement ring was slipped onto my finger, I've been in love with all-things-wedding. I still get teary eyed reading proposal stories in magazines and love sneaking a peek at a bride and groom glancing at one another for the first time, as the ceremony is about to begin. With each of my clients, I get to know their personality, family background and hear the story of how they met and fell in love. Each piece becomes another element from which I use to build the overall vision for their wedding day. As the Creative Director at Inspired Goodness, my job is to create the various details that makes each of our weddings come to life. My work incorporates classic elements; engraving, hand calligraphy and vintage typography. Using a mix of found objects and flea market pieces lends a rich history to my work and challenges me to find creative ways to use mass-produced elements, each with a chic and timeless result. With every new client, I get to explore avenues I've yet to pass and love knowing that the next adventure is just around the corner!
 
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