Thank you Christal for more beautiful fabric! Eric Elronde and the TAGI team.
Sew ‘n Sensations is one of our drop-off sites and their clients regularly contributes all manners of fabrics or gowns to our initiative. Unfortunately this time we didn’t get the details of their client that donated us these beautiful fabrics, but we are still forever grateful for these beautiful satins! Thank you so much! Eric […]
Eleanore le Roux is the owner of the bridal studio called Elle’s Bridal Studio, she is also one of our sponsors. She contacted us after our radio interview on Radio Smile FM. She’s a vibrant and inviting individual. We spent some time with her in her studio one afternoon, enjoying some tea and good company. […]
Since Ocotber 2017 we have been working closely with Babette and her team. Through her company, ZingDigit, she has been sponsoring the embroidery of our logos. Aside from that she has made regular donations of ribbons, cottons and other odds we need. We received another batch of logos today, but there was another surprise as […]
Thank you Lizelle for another round of fabrics! Eric Elronde and the TAGI team.
Thank you Christal for donating your beautiful fabrics to us! Eric Elronde and TAGI team.
We briefly spoke about Mrs Jenkins in Simone Dekker’s blog. This wedding gown has a stately air to it with the stand-up collar and button detail. Thank you Mrs Jenkins for donating your special gown to us! Eric Elronde and the TAGI team.
Simone is a bereaved mommy and she got our details from Netcare Blaauberg, one of our beneficiaries. Simone is in the beginning stages of putting her own initiative together with the intent of giving other bereaved mommies a form of healing and memories. I met her one afternoon to have a chat about her initiative, […]
Thank you Lizzie for another round of beautiful fabrics! Eric Elronde and the TAGI team,
This wedding gown found its way to us through our Cutz and Clipz network. Though this gown appears simplistic at first with its lace bodice and button detail, it is actually quite impressive when you take a step back. Instead of a traditional veil, Praline opted for a cape in matching lace that encumbers the […]