The royal wedding was forever ago, but fascinators are still alive and well! Birdcage veils and feathery flowery headpieces were being rocked by brides long before Kate Middleton walked down the aisle to the waiting Wills, with guests like Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie watching on. But post royal wedding, I’ve noticed bigger and bolder headwear on brides this side of the pond. And I love it!
Check out some of these fabulous pieces! The items in the top row are from LoBoheme and the second, Truly Fascinating.
*Swoon*! There are tons of non-white fascinators out there for bridesmaids, mothers, or just everyday wear post-wedding. Many to browse though and buy, or if you’re creative, to make!
Do you have one? Ever made one? Planning on wearing one on your wedding day?
I didn’t wear any on my wedding day, but I made a bunch for Halloween using felt, cardboard, feathers and a lot of hot glue. It was amazingly relaxing, and I definitely want to try it again, but those are lovely.
Party bus AZ says
Ha I love the hat!
These are great! I love brides who will take off the traditional veil after the ceremony and put on a hat!