Being in the shadows of Austin and all of the amazingly creative work that comes of out that town, it is so refreshing to see a vendor team here in San Antonio that is far beyond their time. That team is Maihar Design and they produce completely unique and one-of-a-kind ring bearer pillows and flower girl wands.
Sister duo, Melanie Ford and Ashleigh Davis established Maihar Design in 2008. They have since exploded on to the wedding accessory scene and haven’t looked back yet. Soon to expand nationwide, Maihar Design pairs creativity with good business sense to offer brides a chic alternative to the cookie-cutter pillows seen in bridal boutiques, out-of-date catalogs and online showrooms.
Even better, these pillows are not only distinctive, they are gorgeous! Meticulously crafted, the pillows combine lightweight linen, embroidered silk and textural weaves and are all trimmed with the highest quality grosgrain ribbon. These pillows exude style, modern design and unparallel craftsmanship. Not only are you getting a product that will WOW your guests as your little man walks down the aisle, it’s definitely something you can showcase in your home afterwards (what a great memento from your wedding!).
Their current collection couples traditional and ornate design into a 10” square pillow. You can view the collection and purchase these pillows online at Etsy. You can find them this fall in San Antonio’s own Bella Bridesmaid store that will open in Alamo Heights this September. Maihar Design’s Summer 2009 collection will be debuting soon and these smaller, 8” square pillows are quirky and whimsical with new color combos—different shades of pink paired with lime green and more!
In addition to the pillows, Maihar Designs also offers flower wands for your delightful little flower girls! These fabric wands are made from a quality silk material and are hand-sewn. Their colors and design will correspond with several of the pillow lines. Can’t you just see your adorable little ring bearer and flower girl walking down the aisle now?
Till next time…