Bride’s Head Revisited

by | Bride, Fashion


Darcy Miller editor of Martha Stewart Weddings and The Brides Guide Blog, recently posted about Brides Head Revisited.

Founded in 2002 by Alexandra and Emily, after working together at the costume department at the NY Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bride’s Head Revisited creates a range of custom veils and head pieces for brides. The range includes french veils, combs, hair pins and even flowers and feathers. Each piece is hand stitched.

The designs combine history with contemporary design to create beautifully, elegant styles.

But one in particular caught my fancy…

Bride’s Head Revisited has designed a veil called Audrey using one of my favourite fabrics- Swiss dot netting! The polka dots are subtle enough to not overtake your wedding day attire, but add that little polka dot touch that I adore. The veil comes in multiple lengths and you can find a stockist via their website.

Check out another photo of Audrey on their blog here

Photos courtesy of The Studio Photographers, dress by Junko Yoshioka

  • Bertie @ {casando ideias} says:
    May 31, 2009 at 1:44 am

    This veil is adorable! I am such a fan of swiss dot net! It is so delicate and romantic! *super sigh*

  • Frenchie says:
    December 9, 2009 at 8:04 am


    i was wondering if i could get some help – i am looking for some RED shoes for my wedding, i love red, and it has become a bit of a theme throughout the wedding (and it means good lluck) so i would love a gorgeouse pair of red heels that would make a statement.
    does anyone have any ideas??




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