Weddings: A Feathery Affair

Weddings make us swoon. We await those beautiful invitations and will show up with handkerchiefs in hand to celebrate the beautiful day of loved ones. Who are we kidding, Lisa loves weddings so much, she’ll go to a complete strangers wedding if invited. Don’t believe us? Show her engraved stationary and she’s marking her calendar.

Today, we were ooh’ing and aah’ing over the stylish feather accessories on Etsy for weddings. There are so many amazing items we had to stop and share.

Fascinators are an easy to way to add a gorgeous hair accessory without requiring too much weight. They’re made for a semi-formal wedding and this bridal feather fascinator from Alice Hart Couture is absolutely lovely. The ivory flower combined with goose and ostrich feather and a crystal in the center helps the blushing bride make a fun, elegant statement.

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For the bride with a little spring in her step, “bow” rhinestone/pearl and ostrich feather shoe adornments from Feathers and Frills have been featured in Martha Stewart weddings. Add a little fluttery movement to your shoes when kicking up your heels while kissing the one you love.

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Not wanting to leave out the grooms, Westerwisp has created the perfect raw cotton boll and dark feather boutonniere. It can serve a variety of meanings, whether representing the family farm or a love of the outdoors. Dried lichen and a dried, budded willow branch adds to its rustic appeal.

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Our final find this evening are these glorious muslin wedding favor bags. Hand stamped in brown ink with a peacock feather and “thank you,” they are the ideal thing to send a small token of your appreciation home with your guests.

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Disclaimer: None of this post was sponsored. We just really like girly wedding stuff and dream of repeating our vows on a mountain in Tibet or Fiji.

 

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