About the Artist...

 

Sonia Caceres is a self-taught milliner inspired by the beauty of vintage and modern fashion. Graceful Butterfly Millinery is a winner of the international Hatty Award. each hat and headpiece is a one-of-a-kind original design created with love...

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Price...

custom cloche hats start at $175. and custom headpieces begin at $125.  Berets start at $75.  Each hat and headpiece are one-of-a-kind original designs. I also create custom wedding hats and headbands made with fine French and Belgium lace...adorned with beautiful detailing...each piece is designed especially with the bride in mind. My custom wedding hat designs start at $200. and bridal headbands begin at $150.  Depending on the fine elements implemented on each design and the time involved in creating them, the price can go up. I sell a line of ready-to-wear hats and headbands on etsy, as well as on this site...those hats start at $75 and headbands start at $40. and up.

 

If you are interested in any hats on this website, please contact me to get cost of shipping first. I will send you a Paypal Invoice to pay from or you can click the Paypal button to purchase the design on this website, there's a photo number on each design here on my website, so please include that in your payment information.  If you are unsure as to your head size, please scroll down for the measuring guide i have for you to measure your head.  You can also purchase my ready-to-wear line of hats through my etsy store at www.etsy.com/gracefulbutterfly

write me directly with your inquiries, if you have any questions regarding any of my designs, you can contact me at agracefulbutterfly@yahoo.com 

 

custom designs...

i require 50% down payment for all custom hat orders, which is not refundable...the balance must be paid after the hat design is finished and approved. I want my customers to be completely satisfied...that's most important to me. Send a message with a brief description of the hat design you're interested in my designing for you, along with the color and size needed...then I will reply back to confirm your message and give you more details. Once your custom hat is done, I will issue a Paypal invoice for the balance, plus the cost of shipping.

 

The process of my custom designs are handled via photos exchanged through emails. I work step by step with the customer through these images, so they are a part of its creation. I initially send a picture of the pinned mockup design, so the design can easily be changed around, then I wait for the customers approval or changes that need to be made. My main concern is that you are satisfied with what I have designed especially for you. Once I receive approval for the hat design, I finish the detail work and send final photos of the finished hat. I then send out a Paypal invoice for payment of the balance before I ship the hat out to you.

 

Payment...

I accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover Card and American Express through PayPal. You can pay with your credit card by clicking the PayPal button on the bottom of each page. I also accept money orders and personal checks. Personal checks have a waiting period of 10 days before shipment, so that the check clears the bank first.

 

Shipping...

Sending a package is based on the weight of the item, along with the cardboard box and packaging materials. I ship USPS Priority Mail and USPS Priority Mail International with insurance. Hats in box weigh between one and 2 pounds.

 

Policy...

All items are final sales...no returns...no refunds. Please email me with any questions before you purchase. Also...deposits for my custom hat designs are non-refundable, due to the time spent and cost of supplies used for the mockup of the hat design.

 

Measuring Guide...

Measure circumference of your head...just above top of ears and just above the eyebrows. Wrap a soft measuring tape gently around your head, making certain that the tape lies midway on your occipital bone (that little bump in the middle of the back of your head). Don't pull the tape too tightly or your hat will fit that tightly. Measure 2 or 3 times to be accurate. You now have your correct head size, so that I can design a custom hat to fit you properly...