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Bridal Accessories

Debbie Carlisle: The ‘Moonlight’ Collection

19th April 2020 | Julia Braime

The UNVEILED team never fail to fall for the captivating bridal accessories of Debbie Carlisle. Here, we reveal the Sheffield designer’s 2020 ‘Moonlight’ collection whilst finding out more about her carefully considered approach and beautiful handcrafted creations.

Debbie says: I began designing and making bridal accessories for my own wedding in 2009, and I just couldn’t stop! I’m incredibly lucky to still be creating accessories for brides and wedding boutiques all over the world more than ten years on.

My pieces have a deconstructed, wild and natural, bohemian feel with a classic and sometimes vintage edge. They also have a delicate ethereal element – from tiny hairpins to statement headbands and hair vines.

I’m inspired by my brides and by the natural world to create unique, thoughtfully designed, handcrafted pieces. I use only the most beautiful, high quality materials like Swarovski crystals, freshwater pearls and mother of pearl flowers.

My 2020 collection, Moonlight, continues my obsession with the natural world and the starry night sky. The moon features heavily in my inspiration for this celestial collection of hairpins, combs, hair vines and statement chandelier earrings.

Large, dramatic Swarovski pearls and delicate crystal stars are the key materials in the collection, with a delicate yet statement star-spangled crown being my new favourite.

My designs are available to buy online via my website, Etsy and Not On The High Street, and are also stocked by a network of boutiques across the UK and beyond.

Alternatively, brides can visit my light and welcoming Sheffield studio, which includes a beautiful plant-filled consultation area where I host one to one accessory styling sessions by appointment.

A consultation is a relaxed and organic process as we browse through my designs to figure out what will work best for the look that is desired.

I also craft bespoke accessories, pinning down what appeals to a bride through my existing designs and then tailoring these to their individual requirements to create something wholly unique.

To see more from the new collection, visit Debbie’s website.


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