April 29, 2013 3 Comments
Brides: Skipping the veil? Looking for a little boho-inspired wedding style? Look no further: we’ve found the hottest new 2013 wedding accessory you’ll want to get your hands on: a hair crown! Wedding hair crowns – also known as hair wreaths – make a lovely alternative to a wedding veil and can complement many wedding hairstyles. And, we give wedding hair crowns bonus points for being able to accomplish a boho-inspired style with low-key maintenance AND an elegant bridal “look”. To inspire your search for the perfect hair crown, we’ve rounded up five of the hottest new styles by the lovely Acute Designs. Regina is a woman of many talents (she’s the shop owner, designer, and model!) and we’re honored to share these pieces from her new 2013 bridal collection. Read on to see why we’re loving these wedding hair crowns + get inspired for your upcoming wedding. And, thank you to Anna Delores Photography who captured the beautiful images below. Enjoy!
Wedding Hair Crowns
Wedding hair crowns (also known as hair wreaths) are a hair accessory worn as a headband. While some wedding hair crowns are tied with a ribbon, others are directly attached to a headband. Get a glimpse of wedding hair crowns below and let us know which one you love best!
Wedding Hair Crowns – #1: Wire Pearl Crown
The Wire Pearl Crown, our first featured item, is handmade with champagne colored pearls and wire. It secures in the back with a satin cream-colored ribbon. (This style is also pictured in the image above.)
Wedding Hair Crowns – #2: Sparkle Vine Crown
I love the ‘vine’ look of this next crown which is made of rhinestones. You can select either pale green rhinestone, traditional crystal rhinestones, or, if you have another color in mind, just ask – Regina says she’s happy to make a custom request if possible.
Wedding Hair Crowns – #3: Lace + Floral Crown
Am I supposed to pick a favorite? Who cares… THIS is it! This lovely lace + floral crown features two stems of lily of the valley silk flowers, champagne lace embroidery, beadwork, and is attached to a white fabric-wrapped crown. It ties in the back with a white ribbon made of velvet. This piece just says ‘bride’ to me. Love, love, love.
Wedding Hair Crowns – #4: Blush Leaf Crown
If you love blush, this is the piece for you: it features blush, white, and mocha-colored leaves on a thin metal headband. (Worried about metal headband pain through the night? Fear not – it’s backed with soft velvet for a comfortable, pain-free fit.)
Wedding Hair Crowns – #5: Blue Leaf Vine
And – last but certainly not least – is this blue leaf vine crown. This piece is perfect for adding a little ‘something blue’ to your ensemble and features misty blue, mint, and soft gray velvet leaves with champagne pearl beads paired with pale blue Swarovski crystals. It is attached to a gray ribbon as an easy addition to your hairstyle.
Want to see more? Interested in buying one of these wedding hair crowns for yourself? Want pricing details? Check out all of the above and more at Acute Designs, Featured Artisan in the handmade wedding Marketplace at Emmaline Bride..
DISCUSS: Hair crowns – love ‘em? Do you plan to wear one? Which style above is your favorite? (Or, is a hair crown not your style?) Share with us below!
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