As a woman with chronic illness, I currently have patches of hair missing, and I am uncertain whether or not they will fully grow back in before my wedding. So I began trying to think more outside the box for my veil…
Offbeat Bride trends: Floral veils, balsa wood bouquets, geeky engagement rings, and gorgeous dresses
Most of y’all probably know that part of how Offbeat Bride stays online is with help from affiliate sales, right? This means that if you click a link on our site to spots like Etsy, Nordstrom, or Amazon, we may get a small percentage of sales that come from your click.
Where it gets funny is that we can see what you buy! Now, we can’t see WHO bought, what so your privacy is safe… but based y’all’s purchases these days, we’re starting to sense some Offbeat Bride wedding trends for the year. Let’s take a peek…
Sometimes I like to dig into the wedding fashion and decor that readers have been buying just to get a pulse on what’s going on in all of your minds. And it never fails to keep me on my toes! I pulled out some of my favorite items that y’all have been purchasing via our affiliate linke (thank you for that!), and it was rad.
That orange monacle? That pink embroidered corset? That wings shawl? It’s all so GOOD. Maybe you’ll find something for your own wedding in this list.
I love to dive back into wedding veils to see what’s new. This time I decided to look into the realm of colored, bedazzled, and embellished wedding veils and it was so not a disappointment.
From retro fascinators to lovely flower crowns to masterpieces of intricate design, these wedding headpieces function as formal accessory but also as re-wearable art for parties, holidays, theater, and more. Jezebel, the artist behind all of these creations, described them as “fun and fabulous frippery” which I think describes what most of us would love for our outfits to be on our wedding day. If you can’t have a little frippery, what can you have?
Winter weddings are, in my opinion, the unsung heroes of the wedding world, especially when it comes to fashion. I mean, is there anything more lovely than a wedding portrait in the snow?! So gorg. And when you’re hauling your butt out into said snow, you might want a matching winter wedding headpiece, veil, crown, or even a woolly hat to match. I did some digging to find snowflakes, crystals, juniper, and more in hats, crowns, headpieces, and veils to adorn your wintry noggin.