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Monthly Archives: June 2011

It’s been awhile since my last post but I’ve had these photos ready to put up in celebration of summer. There’s just nothing better than fresh fruit, especially local strawberries.

And speaking of summer, I am away from Halifax now and will be in Vancouver for the next three weeks to get married! Everything is business as usual and orders for bridal parties can still be ordered for weddings in the beginning of August and later. 

Summer Bridesmaid Clutches

The summer 2011 bridal collection is now available online and through select boutiques. They are handmade and can be customized to suit your wedding colours. New this season is a range of silvers and white fabrics which can be combined with any colour flower.

The purses can be all made with in the same colour scheme or can be different for each bridesmaid. The silver makes the clutches dressy and wedding appropriate with a splash of colour and interest.

These photos with the raw wool and fabric are only a few examples of colour palates but anything is possible. Last week we did a photo shoot along the Halifax Boardwalk with the clutches, several of these photos are posted with more to come.

More information about these clutches and pricing are available at or in the new online shop.

As everyone in Canada is well aware, the Canada Post strike has escalated and currently no mail is being accepted nor is mail in the system being processed during the Canada Post Lockout.

During the strike Shibang remains open as normal but with different shipping conditions. Packages over $100 will be sent via UPS or Fedex across Canada and to the US at no additional cost. This means that bridal orders are still available, as are larger orders however smaller items will be held until regular Canada Post service is back.

Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions regarding shipping options or current order status.

There is a customer information hub on the Canada Post website that has information about the current situation and you can read more about it here: