Ms. Mignonette

Design inspiration, works in progress, and all things not fit to pin.
I am a bridal gown designer, store owner, and lover of all things handmade. Also an unabashed admirer of the written word.

stromaevanhaver:

©Michael Ferire 

Ave cesaria Clip

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graveyard-whimsy:

little-ms-spooky:

darkthoughtsbrightdays:

little-ms-spooky:

How to Dance Goth

I can’t get over how true this is. Every fucking time 

I’m glad people still like this :)

*makes note of these for future reference*

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rabalabaloo:

So… I met Stromae. I still am in shock, but all I know is that I can’t ever imagine being this excited again. Last night was unbelievable and he is EVERYTHING AND AMAZING. I’ll gush about it later, once I calm down…

I was there TOOOOOOO!  It was SO GOOD.

edwardian-time-machine:

Cabinet card, ca. 1890s

Source

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itsstuckyinmyhead:

Siblings and Tumblr

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Wonder Bar, 1934

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beatonna:

I didn’t do this on purpose but I wish I could any time some dude is just yelling stuff 

As much as I hate making requests of my tiny number of followers, my label, Mignonette Bridal, was recently shortlisted (well, there are 800 of us, but we started with a pool of 10,000) as a finalist for the Martha Stewart American Made Award!  Public judging starts September 15th, 2014 - please reblog and vote for Mignonette Bridal!  We are up against some pretty massive companies, but I think we do pretty good work. :) 

here’s the link

Four women, Atlantic City, c. 1960s, by John W. Mosley (via)

I really want to know where these four ladies are now

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