Custom Wedding Dress Illustrations The best gifts are created with love, time and a little… imagination!
Our Christmas Order Book has opened and a limited number of illustrations are available for December 25th.
Audrey Vance hand-draws wedding dress illustrations for you to give on special occasions. If you wish to celebrate friendships with a thoughtful gift you are in the right place. Owner and illustrator at the Wedding Dress Ink studio, Audrey loves drawing and puts that joy into each illustration commissioned here.
What Do You Need to Order?
- Photos of the wedding dress.
- 2-4 weeks lead-time
Who buys them? “My creations are for your best friends, beloved sister, a sister-in-law or colleague who makes you laugh or a wonderful daughter. These illustrations are heirloom gifts” explains Audrey.
My promise to you:
Will always meet your delivery date.
Will 100% refund your money if you are not happy.
What special occasion do you have coming up? Lets get started so we can meet your delivery deadline.
Pick an illustration style below…
How to Order The art of ordering a custom illustration in 3 simple steps
Click on the custom wedding dress illustration and purchase
When prompted, add 5 -10 photos of the bride in her wedding dress
Your original wedding dress illustration will be lovingly created and shipped to you
When giving a gift it’s lovely to give a beautiful one. At Wedding Dress Ink we have a luxury boxed voucher that matches the luxury, custom illustrations we create. Each lace-embossed voucher is hand-finished with luxury ribbon. Each one is boxed in a black box with a simple white logo and is gift wrapped ready for presentation.
Gift vouchers are valid for 5 years.
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Design Process How it’s done
Curious about the design process of these wedding dress illustrations?
The starting point for each illustration begins with good quality photos. Audrey requests several full-length angles of the wedding dress, along with close-ups of the dress detailing, bouquet, shoes and any neck jewellery.
Each illustration begins it’s life on tracing paper, where the proportions and detailing is all worked out. This is where Audrey works out the seams, boning, fall of the fabrics, small details and shading.
Once happy with the draft, the outline gets committed to high-quality watercolour paper. All the detailing is meticulously crafted with pen and ink. If Audrey has been commissioned to create an illustration from the Ink Painting Range then out come her finest paint brushes and a pot of Indian black ink for the three layers of background.
Once mounted, each one is signed and embossed with the company seal ready for framing, gift wrapping and shipping worldwide.
To see the whole process in action please click on the RTE Nationwide TV clip.