Vintage-style wedding headband

Updated Oct 12 2015

Photos courtesy of Daria Bishop Photography

When I asked Katie about her amazing 1920s-style wedding headband, she reported that it was the work of Etsy seller Boring Sidney, who makes amazing little hats and headpieces of all sorts.

And if you're looking for lots of vintage wedding inspiration, you must flip through Mario and Katie's wedding pictures. He's a magician, and she's his assistant — so of course their wedding looked like this:


To read their full wedding story, click here!

Thanks again to the amazing Daria Bishop for her stunning photography!

  1. Thanks so much for posting our pics on your site, Ariel! Our wedding was just this past Saturday, and our awesome photographers, Daria Bishop and her husband and second-shooter Andy ( gifted us with a mini album of these awesome shots on the very night of the wedding!!

    • Hi Katie I'm planing my wedding right now and my soon to be hubby wants a magicians top hat and im swooning over your hubby's if possible do you know where i could get one as close to his as possible that would be just awesomeness!!!! thanx xD

  2. So far, this is my favorite vintage style wedding. And you guys look adorable while working together in your other photos.

  3. These are the most amazing wedding pics I have ever seen. I bookmarked this site based on finding this wedding. I was trying to get ideas for my own vintage wedding coming up and I am truly inspired that you created a wedding that seem to fit you two as a couple.

  4. That headband is GORGEOUS! What a talented designer! And the Bride is SO beautiful. She looks like Audrey Tautou!!

  5. hey katie u look amazing, ur a super star!!! It was an honor to be ur stylist I had alot of fun. c u soon!

  6. I love it! I have a red poofy black pola dot dress for my date, Sept.09. Now I need the perfect headpiece…maybe the grooms top hat with feathers 🙂

  7. Anyone know where I can get a suit like that??
    For my fiancé of course not me… Although it would be fun dressups!

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