November 27, 2012 | Comment
Get ready, brides, because we’re inspiring you today with a gorgeous collection of vintage inspired hair accessories! One of our talented artisans in The Marketplace is the lovely Blair Nadeau Millinery, a designer who crosses a broad spectrum of bridal hair accessories covering feathery pieces, birdcage veils, floral accents, and fascinators, her specialty. Today, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorites from her gorgeous collections to inspire you… and we think you’re going to love what we’ve discovered! Read on to see the accessories that made the list and get ready to fall head over heels for a beautiful statement piece! Enjoy!
Vintage Inspired Hair Accessories
The Petit Fleur Ribbon is a style we absolutely love: this elegant lace, pearl, and silk ribbon flower will accentuate any hairstyle.
Remember when we talked about wedding silhouettes and cameos? This cameo piece is intricately designed for the bride-to-be.
A sweet, simple birdcage veil is always in style. This one is a favorite:
I’ve always loved a tulle puff, particularly for the ceremony or bridal shoot. It’s a perfect full veil alternative – and sure to make a statement.
Bows are in! This style is called Countess Alice and features a crinoline bow with crochet lace, pearl twigs, and shredded crinoline.
Cameo vintage style meets a fascinator in this next style which features a twig-like accent:
This last one is my favorite for winter. It’s called Lady Heather and features cabbage roses with velvet millinery leaves, pearl stamen, freshwater pearls, Swarovski crystals, and set on a delicate lace headsash.
Bridal Shoot Inspiration
Crave color? You’ll love Blair’s new Fall/Winter 2012 Collection called Kaleidoscope, which Blair describes as, “a sparkling exhibition of unique silhouettes, colour, texture and experimentation with new and exciting fabrications.” Photography by Tara West.
To see more, visit Blair Nadeau Millinery.
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