We have this stunning set of flower pins designed by Laura Jayne. Designed with delicate ivory petals centered with beautiful crystal clear beads and pearls. Laura Jayne flower hair pins can also come in ivory and champagne. This set will look great with long or short hair swept to the side or an classic updo. Come in and try on this piece, you won’t be disappointed!
This feather headpiece by Malis Henderson has great style. If you are looking for a feather accent for your hair, this beautiful feather pouf is perfect. It has a mixture of feathers and crystals. Wear your hair up and tuck it into the side or back of the bun. Feathers are light and airy and can match any gown. Stop by to see our feather collection.
Sunflowers bring a bright and cheery feeling to any event with its brilliant yellow petals that surround the flowers center resembling the sun. Sunflowers are symbolic of good luck, wealth, happiness, strength, and ambition. Their meanings include loyalty and longevity. The perfect meanings for a wedding flower. This has made them a passionate flower choice for many.
Sunflowers are perfect whether you are having a summer or fall wedding. Its big blooms always look gorgeous. They can really make a wedding pop with color. A sunflower wedding theme can have many appearances: garden, elegant, whimsical, classy, country, rustic, sexy, bold, and more.
Whether you use them in your bouquet, in your centerpieces or as inspiration for your overall wedding décor, sunflowers are sure to bring a little sunshine to your event. We suggest keeping the sunflower a graceful part of your theme for the wedding, representing a sophisticated couple.
Sunflower wedding themes can be really simple to pull together since they add their own beauty to your wedding. Below there is a variety of ways you can incorporate Sunflowers on your wedding day.
These beautiful Crystal hair vine are my all time favorite headpieces for a wedding. It’s not your typical headpiece, this hair vine is flexible and very easy to wear. Made with Swarovski crystals. The Double vine has delicate pearls and crystals, Asymmetrical in design. The single vine is all crystal. Both are so beautiful and easy to wear.
What’s in a name? Arguably one of the most famous romantic heroines of all time poses this question when faced with the choice of whether to follow her heart or follow her family. Although those star-crossed lovers, Juliet and Romeo, may have shrugged off the importance of a name, one of the most symbolic parts of the wedding is the joining of names. Whether taking the first initials of each first name, combining the first and last initials, or making a joined last name the centerpiece; monograms can almost be considered a wedding-style staple nowadays. From the traditional flowing script-style, to a more modern sans serif font; letters are taking over the main stage when it comes to decor.
The Vera Rhinestone Tiara by Haute Bride is one of my favorite pieces in our Bridal Salon. It is dainty and delicate. It gives off an elegant and classy vibe. It has a hint of pearl for those brides who want to incorporate pearl in a subtle way. The Vera Rhinestone Tiara is princess like without being over the top. What I like most about it, is that it can also be worn as a headband if you lay it flat on your head.
Classic and Chic is the birdcage veil in tulle. Pictured is veil with scattered Swarovski crystals. This veil can also be ordered plain with out the crystals. You can wear the veil with your hair up or down. This look can compliment a variety of gowns from straight and airy to classic a ballgown. Stop by the salon to try this veil on.