Tessa Kim offers a great selection of veils and fascinators on their website, each piece is hand-made, and specially crafted. They are happy to customize any piece to suit your exact needs and specifications. These specialty pieces are crafted for the modern bride who has an appreciation for the past, inspired by styles from the 1920’s-1960’s.
1st Dibs is a hidden online treasure. It is a collection of antique dealers online, you can find everything from furniture, to jewelery, and art on this website. You can search from items by category and the stock is constantly changing. To purchase a piece contact the dealer listed. Sometimes you can find great vintage Chanel, Tiffany, and Harry Winston!
La Plume Ethere is based out of Santa Clara, CA but available on etsy. In addition to these amazing shoes, they also make a variety of headpieces and bouquets. The pieces are all custom, and they book quickly so make sure to book a few months in advance. Keep on the lookout because they are also coming out with a series of flats, available for pre-order now!
Portobello is a great place to look for jewelery and head-wear! These hand crafted items are sure to make you and your bridal party picture perfect for your big day! (I am literally obsessed with this Etsy shop!)
Shadow Empress is perfect for the alternative bride. If you want ‘empress’ with your shoe choice, check out this Etsy shop!
I think that one of the best ways to add a little drama to your wedding dress is by adding a sash. If you are working with a tight budget it is an easy and cheap way to get a designer look for less. Sashes work best with dresses that have simple, figure flattering lines. A good place to start your search for the perfect sash is Icing 101. I have featured a few of my favorites!
Olivia Kate Couture is a great place to look for flower girl dresses. I love their tulle designs!
Nelle Handbags started in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 2004. Now they can be found in boutiques in all across the country including NYC, California, Massachusetts, DC, and even in Canada. Laura Nelli still makes all her handbags in MN, crafted with care.