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What’s new and interesting for bridal accessories?

May 28, 2009

By Bethany


This season soft and romantic looks dominate the runways.  We are seeing flowing gowns made of silk organza and chiffon, to accessories straight from nature.  Feather hairpins and delicate flower pieces add a dreamy touch to any look.  For the bride who craves glamour, these types of pieces have an “Old Hollywood” feel.  Think of channeling Audrey Hepburn or Judy Garland.   The options are unlimited.  With feather and flower trimmings an understated look can be created, or an over-the-top showstopper.  Cage veils made of French Netting, command attention and can be the finishing touch to a classic gown.  A silk flower sprinkled with rhinestones will create slight sparkles that will standout in photos.  These materials can be used not only for your hair, but in your bouquet or centerpieces for an exotic look.    

4 Comments leave one →
  1. June 2, 2009 11:10 AM

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