We had so much fun searching for and gathering these lovely accessories for our fall issue we ended up with way more than we could share in the book. We found San Diego accessory designers and some from across the US but they are all so unique and beautiful, you are sure to find one that suits your style.
Clockwise from top left: Large cream flower with brown ostrich feathers, peach ribbon detailing and birdcage veil, $168, Rachel Larraine, rachellarraine.com. White silk orchids with feathers attached to a comb, $250, Bride’s Head Revisited, bridesheadrevisited.net. Pale pink and beige chiffon flower with feather and gem detail, $350, Leah C. Couture, leahc.com. Feather and Russian veiling fascinator with a vintage 1960s rhinestone center, $128, Lo Boheme, loboheme.com.
Clockwise from top: Bleached peacock and ostrich fascinator with a light pink 1950s brooch, $90, Lo Boheme, loboheme.com. Off white goose nagoire and white marabou feathers with a bead appliqué and finished with a ribbon-wrapped hair clip, $54, Petit Plume, petitplume.com. White mini hat with feathers and Russian veiling spray on top, $130, Lo Boheme, loboheme.com. Silver bead and sequined appliqué on a soft silver ribbon to be worn as a headband, $28, Lucia Bella, lucia-bella.com.
Clockwise from bottom left: Patent leather poppies on a skinny headband with French veiling; $675. Jennifer Behr, jenniferbehr.com. Delicate white silk petals and feathers with tiny Swarovski crystals; $150. Bride’s Head Revisited, bridesheadrevisited.net. Soft cream colored orchids adorned with various wired golden beads and a touch of ivory silk ribbon to accent; $45. Petit Plume, petitplume.com. Velvet lined headband with ostrich feathers, Eucalyptus leaves, and a small gold brooch; $48. Rachel Larraine, rachellarraine.com. Small white silk net and chiffon cabbage rose on a comb; $162. Bride’s Head Revisited, bridesheadrevisited.net.