Custom Crafted Silk Ribbons and Textiles

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Last updated on May 7, 2021
Frequently asked questions
My silk ribbon got wrinkled. How do I get the wrinkles out without ruining the silk?

If your silk gets a bit wrinkled, you can iron it on a medium to high setting and get it back to a wrinkle free look.

My silk has a few thread coming loose on the edges. How should I handle this?

If your silk has loose threads, that’s totally normal! Silk has a tendency to do this. There are two options. You can trim the ribbon with sharp scissors or you can gently gram the thread and pull it until it comes off the entire ribbon length. Note – If you pull the threads the edges will become more “frayed” looking.

Which type of silk is right for me? Haboti, chiffon or Crepe de Chine?

All the different silks are fabulous and to be honest you can't go wrong with any of them but here are how the differ.

Habotai is more smooth, it’s opaque and has a slight sheen to it. All silks loose fibers and threads but Haboti has much less shedding which in turn makes the edges less frayed looking.

Crepe de Chine has a soft matte opaque finish and texture. It's soft and has larger frayed edges than the Haboti.

Chiffon is the most delicate silk. It is sheer/see through so it has a soft romantic appearance. It has larger frayed edges than habotai silk.

Invitations: How much ribbon do I need?

The length needed depends on two things: the size of you invitations and how you want them tied (a bow, with a wax seal, a knot, etc)

Most people have a 5x7 invitation and want a bow. For this, one 3 yard piece of ribbon will give you enough for about 5 invitations. We suggest you get a string and tie it how you’d like your ribbon then measure it to be more exact.

Bouquets - How much ribbon do I need?

Make sure to have all bouquets tied first with a satin or similar ribbon to hold the stems then tie the silk around that in a bow or a knot and let it hang. The numbers below are for each piece of ribbon added to your bouquet. Bridal Bouquets look best with at least two pieces of ribbon where maids can get away with one.

For a shorter length use 1 to 1.5 yards.

For medium length ribbons use 2 yards. This should be about knee length.

For long flowing ribbons use 3 full yards per ribbon. This will go almost to the ground.

Can I get a custom color?

Yes! Of course you can. We would require you to supply us with an actual swatch with the color you are trying to achieve because computer screens are not always reliable for color. We dye a whole piece of fabric at a time so the minimum number of spools for a custom color is 20 in any size.