Have an upcoming special event?
Wedding, Anniversary, Birthday? I would love to create custom botanical decor for you. I can create hand dyed one of a kind decor that will last far beyond the date of the event.
I can make custom ribbons,
fabric installation art, table runners + tablecloths , napkins, fabric for arches + much more. I can work with your color palette and create a unique, one of a kind design that is special, just for you.
Not sure?- Let's chat! I'm happy to discuss ideas and see what we can dream up together. Email Me Here or fill out the inquiry submission at the bottom of this page.
Check out my feature in Green Wedding Shoes!
Check out the photos from a collaborative styled wedding shoot at Hutton Brickyards in Kingston, NY. I dyed all of the fabric for this incredible project, including the creation of the hanging installation piece. All photos were taken by the talented Lindsay Lazare. Please feel free to check out her work as well as all of the other creatives who made this possible.
Venue: @huttonbrickyards @huttonbrickyardsweddings
Planning + Design: @alacarte_events
Textile Artist: @michellemoore.design
Male model: @the_nickpayne
Female model: @ _tracydias
Wedding Dress: @carolinetakvorian
Bridal Salon: @themewsbridal
Table Top + Linen Rentals: @events_unlimited_party_rentals
Upholstered chair: @northcountryvintage
Hand dipped candles: @lumberman_co
"A talented crafter after our own hearts Michelle Moore Designs shares her process: The large hanging fabric installation is made using both cotton and lyocell fabric. Each ribbon is created by hand tearing the material into about a 2 inch wide strips. Then it’s dyed by hand to create variations in each one…all with a combination of natural dyes, and low impact textile dye. Some of the ribbons are tied to create a pattern on them. Some of the ribbons I pounded flowers into to create texture. and some were dip-dyed in multiple colors. My goal was to make sure I kept the color palette in mind, while still adding texture to the strips that would make each one unique. I wanted to keep it playful, by not having too much consistency in the final piece." - Green Wedding Shoes