Supplier Spotlight – Daydreamer Creative Studio

Today I’ve featured Daydreamer Creative Studio. A small business I’ve been crushing on for sometime. And it looks like most of the wedding industry have too… they’ve been involved with some super-cool styled shoots!

I chatted to owner and founder Tanya about her creative business. Read on my friends.

Tanya has sewn from a young age, she was taught by her great auntie. She studied Fashion Design at university and has worked in the fashion industry ever since.

Tanya had her very own DIY wedding in Sept 2019 and (in her own words) “went a bit OTT”. She designed and made everything herself; stationery, signage, lyric posters, macramé, table cloths, a painted jacket… and a little banner which hung on the front of the top table. “I literally loved ever moment of this” explains Tanya. “Then during the first lockdown I got chatting a local photographer and we did a 70s photoshoot in my home town. Then my videographer (Jade at Hushabye Films) wanted me to style one of her Killer Filler Workshops in Sheffield, and that really kicked everything off”.

Tanya loves hearing about each couples ideas for their weddings, and how she can translate them into a personal bespoke banner. “Very rarely do I make the same banner twice” she says. She explains how she works with the theme and vibe of their day, picking out and suggesting fonts and colours that would work.

“Then I love the actual sewing and seeing it all come together” says Tanya. She tells me how she mainly uses plush velvet for her banners with vintage fringing that she’s always on the hunt for. She uses appliqué to sew letters on and the glitters are a heat transfer which she cuts out on her Cricut machine (er, sorry what?).

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