I really can’t believe it’s been one year since I made my first flower girl dress! It was the beginning of a new chapter in Anagrassia.
I want to thank all my readers and recent customers over this past year. I really appreciate your support and business. (And I’m really grateful to those who pushed me to venture outside my comfort zone and into the bridal world, you know who you are!) Future success will be the result of your early support. I have you all to thank for the inspiration that continues to help me make Anagrassia grow and be more of a reality.
I’m sorry my posts have been small and not very meaty. Writing has never been my forte, so it’s easy for me to delay writing posts, updating my blog/social media outlets, and instead stick to the perfection of what I do: sewing and mastering the craft. At the end of the day, I hope that my work will speak for itself. I do believe that one of the biggest fruits from this past year of projects and designs has been the confirmation of what I have firmly believed from the very start: the best things are made carefully and by the hand of the artist herself. As I master the craft I am only more convinced that Anagrassia cannot grow if this only means mass production of items. Growth and mastery mean that my work sets precedents and raises the bar for everyone’s expectations. It does not mean making more stuff more quickly and for less. I invite everyone to share in my work from this perspective.
Thanks again for all your support and interest in Anagrassia. Please stay with me as Anagrassia continues to hone the craft and share in people’s stories and love for all things beautiful and well made!
(Blog post #4 here)
Contact me for current design and price options: Marygrace@anagrassia.com
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Below are some of my recent flower girl dress designs and submitted customer photos.
Since this post is 2 months late, please contact me if you sent me a photo and don’t see it posted on the blog.
These dresses were custom designed by a bride for her junior bridesmaids.
(My dress form doesn’t quite fit the dress size, so the dress looks a little baggy in the photos.)