Our ProcessLove & Time. Our creations are treasures worth waiting for. Created by hand, each length of ribbon is dyed, torn and delicately frayed. Our colors are a collaboration between the artist and the fabric. While we strive for consistency, keep in mind colors will vary slightly. Our handmade small batch model makes inventory limited so we ask for your understanding in filling large orders. Runners and textile fabrics are created to order and currently require a 3-week lead-time. We look forward to communicating with our clients throughout the process. The warmth and beauty of our handiwork glows in the finished product.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much ribbon do I need for my bouquets?As a florist, I suggest 1 bundle for every 2 brides maid bouquets (or 2.5 yards per bouquet). I use a full 5 yard ribbon bundle for the bridal bouquet sometimes even 2 full bundles, 10 yards total.
What width ribbon is best for bouquets?In my experience 2" ribbon photographs best on bouquets. It really depends on how bold your bride is and how much she loves ribbon.
The ribbon I ordered is darker than it looks online, did you send me the wrong color?Photographing handmade materials for online sales is tricky. A film photographer Sposto Photography captured our ribbon inventory on film to highlight their quality, but the nature of viewing images online will always make them feel lighter. Color is always dependent on the amount of light provided so indoor or outdoor events matter as well. You are welcome to purchase samples of all of our available colors (just check the size dropdown on each ribbon product page) ahead of your order and ask us as many questions as you like.
How long of runners will I need if the table is 8 feet long?It depends on how you want the runners to hang. If you want the runners to touch the floor I typically add 7 feet to each runner to account for 3.5 foot over hang on each side. In other words, for an 8 foot farm style table I would order 15 feet (aka 5 yards) of fabric.
What width of textile fabric is best for table runners?It depends on the tabletop width but I would typically suggest the 27" wide textiles for runners. Our 54" wide runners are best for styling textiles or if you want to cover the whole tabletop and create an overlay.
If I have a ribbon or textile emergency can you rush my order?Yes, we can rush orders, but keep in mind we are a small design company and to rush your order means we have to rush ourselves. Our ribbons have a very limited inventory and our runners/textiles are not stock but made to order by hand. That being said, we will do our best to get you your order as quickly as possible.
Care InstructionsTo clean your textiles you can dry clean or hand wash. Depending on the stain, silk is best washed by hand with a mild detergent, in lukewarm water. Rinse well, squeeze out surplus moisture by rolling in a towel and hang to dry. Never spot treat your silk textile. Rubbing one area of silk can cause lightening in just that spot. For moderate stain removal, especially ones in the middle, wash the entire textile. Dark or unsightly stains should be taken to a dry cleaner.
Shipping + Handling Info
Processing + handling for all ribbon orders is 5-7 business days in addition to the standard shipping. In other words, your order will take 6-10 business days to process and ship depending on the shipping method you choose at check out.
Our textile fabric & table runners are custom made to order, so please allow for a lead time of 3 weeks for each order + shipping. We offer rush processing and shipping for ribbon emergencies. Just let us know!
We currently ship using USPS Priority Mail for domestic orders and USPS First Class International for orders outside the US.
International orders go through customs and import duties are levied by the receiving country and are therefore the buyer's responsibility. International orders ship via First Class Mail and arrive in 7-14 days after production for most countries but can take up to 3 weeks. Please note that we cannot guarantee delivery dates.
We are not responsible for packages that are confirmed as delivered but subsequently missing or stolen.