(Closed) bridal accessories

posted 6 years ago in New Jersey – South Jersey
Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

What’s the budget? Have you checked Etsy? Etsy has a ton of great hairpieces and depending on the amount of bling/details, they can be fairly inexpensive ($20-ish?). Mine has a brooch with feather/tulle trim and it was on the pricier side at $80.

Post # 5
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@Adeline4:  I’ve never tried returning Etsy merchandise, but I would check with the seller. Maybe they will make an exception for you. In addition, some of the larger Etsy sellers will have some of their stock in local bridal boutiques so maybe that’s an option. For example, Tessa Kim is the designer I went with and I tried on a bunch of her pieces in a local store but normally, she sells her goods online. For $150, you can definitely get a great (and likely huge!) hairpiece. Some of her designs are below $150 and she lets you return for store credit back to her website (if you buy online).

If you want a specially commissioned piece, you can try Gracylu Originals. I’m getting a garter from her. She makes each one to order just for you. I think her hairpieces are around $75, depending on the material and details.

You can also set your search results in Etsy to show sellers near you, and if there are any, maybe you can try them on in person?

Post # 6
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

I love ETSY!!!!!!!!! they have tons of stuff and you can find just about anything on there

Post # 7
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2012

I haven’t personally gone anywhere.  I’ve been relying on Etsy.  

Post # 8
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Wannabee

I think it is SO hard to find affordable bridal hairpieces.  Like everyone else I am totally in love with Etsy, though!

I don’t know if this is helpful, but I actually have a giveaway on my blog right now for bridal hairpieces if you are interested.  It’s for a $100 custom order from Olivia Nelson, so it would definitely take care of that for you!  Here’s the link if you want to enter:  http://stgeorgeweddings.com/olivia-nelson-bridal-collection/

If anyone has any other suggestions let me know!  I am so into this trend right now.  Ha!

Post # 9
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

@Adeline4:  Have you been to A beautiful touch in Westmont?  It’s off of haddonfield road has some really neat stuff. I found my earrings there. They have a ton of jewelry and just everything “bride” related and some pretty boudoir sets too as well as “bride” shirts/panties/hoodies too. I got my ‘bride” hoodie/capri set there.  Cheri is the daughter who runs it and she’s super friendly!! 

I had the same problem finding my headpiece as all I could find was ridiculously expensive pieces. Most places take off the tags of the designer names but Bridal Garden left theres on one (hee hee) which led me to google, which led me to this website  http://www.bella-tiara.com/  and I found the same headband on that site for $99 whereas Bridal Garden wanted to charge $299!!  I also got my MOH’s jewelry from that site too.  Def check it out.

 

 

Post # 11
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

@Adeline4:  just curious..did you have any luck there??

Post # 13
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2011

@Adeline4:  Oh good! I’m so glad you found something you liked! they have such fun stuff there.  I had the hardest time with accessories for my wedding so I know how frustrating it can be! I literally bought my earrings 2 days before my wedding!  Good luck with the wedding!! 

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