A Bridal Hat Trick: Flowers, Netting, and Pearls

Hennumi headpieces

Not a veil person? Or a fan of bareheaded brides? You’ll be happy to know that there are in-between options out there that aren’t yet another bridal tiara or pillbox hat. Tosin Trim, designer for the UK’s Hennumi,creates whimsical and beautiful head pieces for brides using materials like recycled and off-cut fabric, fresh water pearls, Swarovski crystals, feathers, and vintage mother of pearl buttons. The prices are a little steep at around £200, but you can bet that no other bride in your social circle will be wearing the same top o’ the head accessories.

2 Responses to “A Bridal Hat Trick: Flowers, Netting, and Pearls”

  1. La BellaDonna says:

    Oh, what lovely head ornaments! And if you’re at all crafty, not all that difficult to put together. This is not a slur on Tosin Trim’s pretty creations, which are a lovely choice for the bride who is NOT crafty. And even if two hundred pounds isn’t everyone’s idea of economical (I can’t afford it, myself), it is still more economical than many – many, MANY bridal veils I’ve seen for sale.

    I would also recommend topsyturvy designs. http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5205648 (I don’t know if that Etsy link will work.) There are some FREAKING BREATHTAKING HATS, and you could have a custom headpiece at the same price as the Tosin Trim hats.

  2. Wonderful suggestion, La BellaDonna. I now really, really want the Victorian velvet top hat. Unfortunately, the arrival of the bambino has put all frivolous purchases on hold for the foreseeable future. Besides the fabulous head wear itself, Kim Brown-Dye has some seriously badass photos to advertise it. Definitely worth a look!