Are you planning a vintage wedding? Vintage weddings are one of my favorite themes, as they convey a classic and elegant tone. And a vintage wedding is alsoone that never goes out of style! To give you a glimpse of this style, we’re sharing a few of our favorite vintage accessories and ideas in today’s post, along with a chance to win FREE vintage wedding invitations from WildHeart Paper! It’s so easy to feel inspired with these unique vintage touches: here are ten to get you started!
Getting ready for your wedding is an event in itself. The hair. The makeup. The pop mix your MOH made blaring from a nearby speaker. The (happy) tears. The waterproof-mascara (I swear by this one, and I’m pregnant so I cry a lot, ha!) The bridesmaid gift-giving moment. The first look after putting on the gown. There is so much to love about getting ready before the wedding, so you might as well make it a special part of your day. Today we’re sharing some rules you should know for getting ready to ensure you and your entire bridal party have an absolute blast. We’re also sharing some getting ready attire ideas and a special giveaway from Memento that you’ll want to win and start wearing RIGHT NOW. So, grab a cup of coffee (or tea) and get ready to jot down a few notes for the big day!
We’re excited to bring you another fantastic giveaway at Emmaline Bride! This one is for brides who love baby’s breath AND who need a beautiful hair accessory for the big day. We’ve teamed up with HandyCraftTS to give away this baby’s breath hair crown to one lucky reader! Enter below…
Bride-to-be Liz wrote to us with a new Ask Emmaline question about hairstyles for her wedding. She asks…
Hi, loves! Emma here. OK — if you’re like me and in need of some serious hairstyle changes, listen up: this product will change your life. I don’t normally talk about products here but this one is so good I can’t ignore it. The Octowand curling wand by NuMe is one of the best curling wands on the market. I wholeheartedly give it five stars out of five. Read on to find out why!
It’s time for an exciting announcement! If you’ve been an avid Emmaline Bride reader for some time, you know we work with the most amazing handmade wedding artists on the planet. And with so much pretty overflowing in The Marketplace, we wanted a central place to promote a new handpicked find each day so you don’t miss it. That’s why we’re excited to announce a brand new series called #HANDMADEADAY. Each morning, grab a cup of coffee and join us bright & early as we unveil one new find from one of our fantastic Featured Artists. I promise it’ll be worth your while.
You can follow along with this fun new series by clicking #HANDMADEADAY at the top navigation bar. You can also see them on the homepage each day. Alternatively, you can subscribe and we’ll send the inspiration straight to your inbox so you never miss a post.
Now that our new series launch is underway, let’s kick it off with a chic boho wedding headpiece that’s ultra glam and sure to turn heads. Enjoy!
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Boho Wedding Headpiece
This boho wedding hairpiece is ideal for the bride who has a bohemian, free-spirited style and dreams of a laid-back, hair-down hairstyle. This hairpiece is shown as being worn halo-style, but it can also be styled as a regular headband for a more classic look. This piece features blush freshwater pearls and gold crystal leaves, handwired to a sturdy wireframe. The ends are finished with a ribbon as a secure tieback. This piece is completely handmade with two hands and a whole lot of love in Denmark by Gadegaard Design.
Looking for a veil alternative? This lace bridal headpiece is one elegant find! Want more inspiration? Be sure to subscribe!
Are you a bride who wants to skip the veil? Then we’ve found a gorgeous veil alternative for you! We spotted this gorgeous lace bridal headpiece over at SIBO Designs and Sheila has outdone herself with this one. It’s designed to flow perfectly with the shape of your head and the little loops on the sides attach easily to your hair with bobby pins. This headpiece is handmade with Swarovski pearl beads, seed beads, and rhinestones. My favorite part? The sumptuous silk organza petals! This makes an exceptional veil alternative for the bride who wants to wear her hair down and incorporate elegance into her look.
Lace Bridal Headpiece
You can see more photos of this style (and other chic accessories) at SIBO Designs.
photos: SIBO Designs
Happy Tuesday, loves! After one of the coldest winters I can remember, it’s finally getting warmer around here (upper 40’s and 50’s all week long). In some places, that’s considered cold; in Michigan, that’s shorts and sandals weather. ;) Anyway, with spring around the corner, we’ll finally get to see flowers in bloom. Since we’re too impatient to wait (you, too?), we thought it would be fun to bring some spring to you, in the form of spring wedding crowns for the bride, bridesmaids, or flower girl. These floral hair crowns are already in full bloom and ready to be worn. We spotted them over at Roses & Lemons, where our friend Cecil has been busy working around the clock on this new gorgeous collection. Ready to see what’s new? You’ll love these…
Spring Wedding Crowns from Roses & Lemons
Wondering what to wear instead of a veil? A bridal headband is one lovely option! Read on to find out more + be sure to subscribe so you never miss a post.
Are you considering a veil alternative for your big day? A bridal headband is one of our favorite choices, especially since it is extremely versatile. It can be worn with nearly any hairstyle and can be paired with a veil or without. You can even wear it with a veil for just the ceremony portion, and remove the veil for the reception. This question to our Ask Emmaline inbox couldn’t have come at a better time, since the lovely Blair Nadeau Millinery just released a beautiful new collection of bridal headbands, halo headbands, fascinators, and more for the discerning bride-to-be. Alicia asks,
I want to wear something other than a bridal veil, but I want it to be fancy enough. Also, am I supposed to wear a veil with a bridal crown or headband or is it better without?
Great question, Alicia! One of the wonderful things about a bridal headband or crown is that it can be worn with or without a veil. There’s no requirement — as the bride, you get to decide whether or not you wear a veil at all. It’s really up to your own personal preference. We think they look great with or without, and can really show off any hairstyle (whether up or down) nicely. To inspire you, here are a few handpicked (+ handmade!) bridal headbands we found that will fit the bill nicely. Some of these headbands can even be transitioned to a sash, which we love. Take a look…
Bridal Headband with Veil or Without
Aren’t they lovely? You can see even more from the collection here.