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Welcome to the Taiga Blossom Wedding Gallery. This page is devoted to some of the creations that have gone on to find new homes but still hold a special place in my heart. Enjoy browsing and maybe gaining some inspiration for your very own, custom made Taiga Blossom cape.

Pixie Princess. Cape with hood.

The colour theme for this romantic, mountain wedding was navy and champagne. The bride's pretty capelet of champagne satin was completed with a stunning, rhinestone clasp at the neckline. The bridesmaids capes were the same champagne satin, overlaid with a delicate, navy lace.

Evenings can quickly turn cool in the mountains so having something warm to cover the shoulders is a must. It turns out that for this particular wedding, the capelets also served another function. It was a gloriously sunny afternoon, and the the bride's cape prevented her especially fair skin from becomming sunburnt!

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A very popular style this classic design brings a touch of Old Hollywood Charm to any occasion. The softly draping, satin bow is a very feminine addition for the bride who seeks to add an air of fairytale romance to her bridal ensemble.

The Greta style capelet can also be made with a hook fastening instead of the bow.

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The magical, Pixie "Princess" is where the Taiga Blossom story began. Living in a sub-Arctic climate, I wanted to provide Yellowknife brides with with a locally made, whimsical yet elegant warmth option which was both functional and a beautiful addition to their wedding day look.

This gorgeous cape is made from a stunning, cream brocade which is embellished with pearlescent scrolls. The cape has a hood that is trimmed with an ethereal edge of soft, fluffy, Arctic fox fur which delicately frames the face. An added feature of this cape is its extra warm, hand made, quilted lining.

I'm very pleased to say that this special, Taiga Blossom beauty went to a very worthy owner. It has also made an appearance on national TV in Canada.

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No Winter wedding in Yellowknife is complete without a photo taken on the ice road. With temperatures well below zero degrees Centigrade, some form of warm covering is essential.

This beautiful bride chose a plush, elbow length, Taiga Blossom cape with a stand up collar and sparkling, rhinestone clasp.

It was a beautiful complement to her flowing wedding dress and fluffy, fur mittens.

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I was first approached about making a simple, faux fur wrap by a young lady who was planning a wedding in Iceland. It is such a timelessly elegant look that I have made this style a permanent addition to the Taiga Blossom range.

 

The wrap has a super soft and  plush lining, making it perfect for chilly days. It effortlessly adds a glamorous touch to any special occasion outfit.

The cozy, faux fur, Melanie style of cape was made in conjunction with this lovely bride who wanted something that had a romantic, Winter feel for her outside photos at the famous, Yellowknife Snow Castle. She also wanted a versatile cape that she would be able to wear long into the future.

This lovely, couple chose to be married on the ice road on Yellowknife Bay. Being outside on the frozen lake required some seriously warm clothing. I was assured by the bride that this plush, faux fur, rental cape from Taiga Blossom kept her snug and warm for the ceremony and beyond.

Photograph by Hannah Eden Photography.

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