What's new & chic in alternative wedding veils?

Are you in the market for something a little different in a wedding veil? Sure you could snag a cool wedding hat, an elaborate headpiece, or a sleek and stylish crown, but sometimes you want the grandeur of a VEIL. A birdcage, a flowing cathedral, a flowery crown with tulle… but with a twist!

I found some gorgeous doozies with colors, vintage elements, dip dyes, embroidery, stars, custom words(!), and just tons of rad and unexpected details. Here are some of my favorite alternative wedding veils…

An explosion of flowers as your wedding backdrop?! Yes please!

Are you down for a blast of flowers at your ceremony or behind your sweetheart table? Our rad partner, Backdrops in Floral Art, creates custom handmade artificial floral backdrops that add just the right amount of awesome to your ceremony and/or reception. We're talking shaped floral arrangements made to your specifications, in your colors, to match whatever theme you can dream up…

Bright idea: bad-ass meets angelic with these LED crystal tiaras

I'm already enamored of crystal tiaras in general. You can see some of my faves here. BUT BUT BUT: y'all, they also come as LED crystal crowns! Yes, you can totally walk down the aisle in a glowing rainbow of crystal making you look like some kind of lit-up unicorn queen goddess. Or maybe you're into slightly more understated and demure, glowing white crystals? No matter what style of glow-up you're going to rock, there's a tiara calling your name.

This edgy Neon Demon wedding inspiration is a fashion WIN

When I saw this edgy, Neon Demon wedding inspiration shoot, I couldn't stop digging on the purple undercut, the glittery gold and black dresses, and the ahhhh-mazing venue that is The Camby in Phoenix. I just knew that someone was going to be inspired to find themselves taking equally killer photos in these hallways.

Don't miss the '80s-inspired aesthetic and midcentury modern details…

Cacti, skulls, & rainbows: what's hot in offbeat bouquets and flowers

Looking for inspiration to take your bouquet or wedding flower game up to eleven? We tapped the talents of our offbeat wedding vendors to see what new trends were popping up in wedding flowers. We found some fabulously offbeat bouquets and flowers that played with colors, textures, and all kinds of details.

From ombre rainbows and underwater scenes to baby cacti and comic book paper flowers, there was a TON to see. Here are a few of my favorite unique wedding flowers and bouquets…