(Closed) Bridesmaid hats

posted 10 years ago in Bridesmaids
Post # 3
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291 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

I believe those are called fascinators…someone can correct me if i’m wrong =). A quick search of etsy yielded these products from these stores:

WashedUpMermaid.etsy.com
BoringSidney.etsy.com
liaison.etsy.com
LoBoheme.etsy.com

I’ve never purchased from them myself but my first impression of their pieces was positive =). And if I recall correctly Kenley mentioned on the show that she sold them via her website or on etsy or something. She recently got busted for being crazy though, lol, so I don’t know she’d be free to work on them ;). Anyway, hope this helps!

edit: I realize she’s SUPER busy but I figured I’d still plug my hairpiece designer, Myra from twigs and honey (myrakim.etsy.com). She does stuff that definitely fits the look you’re going for and you have some time before your wedding that she might be able to fit in a custom job for you. Anyway, I think the original links are more in line with what Kenley did, more vintage fascinator-y, but you obviously will have an abundance of hairpiece designers on etsy if you look a little more in depth =). 

Post # 4
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400 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

They’re fascinors- I think you could just search etsy for what you want. I’ve had tons of luck with everything I’ve gotten on etsy. I haven’t bought any fascinor though, so I can’t recommend anyone to you.

 

PS- I totally can’t spell- sorry!!

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