"The Mystery of Floral Aura..."

Michelle Bias is a fiber artist. She creates one-of-a-kind textiles using plant matter, food wastes, botanicals, non toxic metals and minerals. Using the time-honored practices of bundle-dying, shibori, dye baths, and eco-printing, she discovers the mystery of a specifics plant's aura. 

She is committed to staying as eco-friendly as possible. 

Mother Nature brings forth the seasons and each season brings forth it's own palette of colors. It is with these changing landscapes that make each customized piece so unique. Plants are magical and they reveal this over and over with these ancient processes of natural dyeing.

Something Old and Blue: Silk ribbon hand-dyed in indigo, imprinted with leaves from the bride's favorite tree at her childhood home. Eucalyptus accents.

Something Old and Blue: Silk ribbon hand-dyed in indigo, imprinted with leaves from the bride's favorite tree at her childhood home. Eucalyptus accents.

Michelle Bias Creative caters to weddings, special days and big events. What better way to utilize the flowers from a wedding than to preserve them on something that will last a lifetime?

Before the Wedding: "Roses, violets, peonies, lilies, tulips, hydrangeas, lavender" - these are what dreams and beautiful fabrics are made of. Imagine your day where everything is perfect - from the linens on the table, the silk ribbons, yours and the bridesmaid's robes to the flower girl's dress. You have made sure every little detail has been take care of and means something. Your linens and silks have been naturally hand dyed with the same flowers your guests will see when you walk down the isle. As your bridal party prepares for the day, your bridesmaids are wearing their gifts from you - cami sets or robes dyed in indigo, logwood or a luscious eucalyptus dye bath. You feel the magic in the air knowing each item has been held in a sacred ritual of love and blessing. This is a day that will never come again. This is your dream...and yet another way for the plant to dream.

After the Wedding: The flowers have been gathered from the tables, the eucalyptus has been bundled up and Your bridal bouquet wants to dream again. How have you chosen to preserve the very whispers that gave color to your day? A silk robe? Silk slip? A set of silk pillow cases? A receiving blanket to bring your first child home in? A piece of art for your home? Something you will give your own daughter one day when she walks down the aisle? No matter what it is that you decide, Michelle will be there to assist you in customizing your very own keepsake. Be the one that allows your wedding flowers to dream a little dream for you.

"We take the flowers from your special day and forever preserve them on silk."