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When I saw this I had visions of a bride with mermaid hair wearing a fishtail wedding dress, and the thought alone made me feel all glowy inside. So if you want to channel some Chanel model meets Ariel elegance for your big day (and you're planning to have your hair in an "artfully tousled" do) then this pearl lariat is the solution.
I'm convinced Jamie Class has one of the most beautiful wedding shops on Etsy: when I stumbled onto her page my heart hurt at how beautiful everything was. She makes stunning pieces that any feminine bride would love. Her pieces are blingy without being tacky and girly without being gag inducing. For instance, this pink sash is a great example of how to add some OTT floral detail to a simple wedding dress and make it look classy.
I've always thought that putting your ring on a cushion didn't seem like the safest way to transport a ring. Especially if the ring bearer is a small child. Whereas putting your ring in a box sounds like a much better way, plus the box lid can be customised with your exact wedding date and you can even keep it as a souvenir to put jewellery into after the big day.
I know everyone goes a bit ga ga over wedding shoes but I thought I'd give all the bare footed boho brides something to coo about - barefoot sandals. Perfect for a sandy beach side wedding: they are cuter than ugly fit flops and definitely more practical than say heels on a beach.
Based in the U.K Rouge Pony make loads of these capes in lots of different colours and they make really beautiful shoulder adornments and floral crowns too. But if you love this feather cape as much as I do, then get ready to make a statement because it's not one for the shy! I can see this capelet being worn in a woodland wedding and in a dress with texture to compliment the feathers.
So minimal and so modern, I love the clean structure and of this headpiece. It would look perfect on a bride aiming for that 60's shift dress sort of look, paired with maybe a cute diamond brooch, some subtle but gorgeous shoes and BAM! You've got yourself a mid century bridal look that'll have wedding bloggers weeping with joy.
Not as flashy as some of the other garters on Etsy, this simple number is the definition of understated. It's simple, clean, pure and will make for a nice little cheeky surprise for any groom during the wedding night... I absolutely love it!