Tell us about your business.Breault Designs was born shortly after I handmade an intricate fabric flower & one of a kind veil to wear in my hair on my wedding day. Unable to find what I was looking for I decided to create it myself utilizing my background & skill set steeped in fashion design. A degree in Apparel Design, working in NYC as a knitwear designer & constructing a custom handsewn wedding gown for a friend all helped contribute to the startup of BD. What better way to marry my fashion design background with my passion for helping to create a dream ensemble for a bride then to handcraft meaningful wearable pieces of art that not only last a lifetime but could be passed down through generations as the traditional "something borrowed". I work one on one with women to discuss & design pieces that represent them and what that special day holds for them. I left the corporate world with the goal to grow BD into a successful company that provides a passionate work environment for creative people to flourish.
What makes your business stand out?What makes Breault Designs unique is having the artistic vision to create something tangible that previously had only been imagined. Art by definition is unique; each Breault Design piece is born out of a passion to create something that is one of a kind & of heirloom quality. Too many life events are fleeting & over in a blink of a camera’s eye. Having something tactile has the ‘magic’ of transporting us to the place we first held or wore that item. Pictures are nice, but having the pieces that completed your look on the day you got married can be held, worn again, or passed down to a daughter or loved one for generations to come. Breault Designs goes far beyond the product; it's about the experience before, during and long after the event. I combine the hopes, dreams, style, & originality of my clients and package them into pieces that give them a meaningful, cohesive and previously only dreamed about look.
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NominationsJune 3–Aug. 29, 2014
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JudgingJune 23–Sept. 8, 2014
Judges will select finalists throughout this period.Meet the judges
Online VotingSept. 15–Oct. 13, 2014
Vote for your favorite American makers.See the finalists
Winners AnnouncedOct. 17, 2014
2014 Award Winners and Audience Choice Winner announced.See past Award Winners
American Made EventNov. 7–8, 2014
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