I’m so thrilled to finally be able to reveal this! Last year the lovely Natasha Jane approached myself and a few of my wedding industry peers to collaborate on a collection of bridal headwear inspired by our beloved blogs. Working from a selection of images, mood boards and drawings Natasha Jane brought all our ideas to reality, interpreting them so beautifully to create gorgeous statement pieces that are practical and wearable too.
For the Juno & Joy headpiece I took inspiration from our logo – the olive branch leaves that represent our Greek Goddess’s namesake and my love of botany. I liked the idea of warm, gold tones – classic and elegant and a great colourway that never dates and asked Natasha if the headpiece could be worn flush to a brides head as a kind of backwards crown – so it can be seen as a statement piece by the wedding guests/congregation as the ceremony takes place…
Here are my style notes to Natasha: Juno is the Roman goddess of women & marriage and that’s what we’d like to inspire the headpiece along with our logo…Strong, statement style with the focal point being at the back of a brides head made of warm gold/blush tones. Perfect for an ethereal bride.
What Natasha Jane came up with was incredible! Two separate combs that can sit either side of the brides head as high or low as she’d like – worn on their own, under a veil or sat just above one, with hair either up or down.
Created with golden beads, Swarovski crystals, gold plated wire and finished with cool ivory beading to accent the individual leaves the Juno & Joy bridal headpiece is available from Natasha Jane for £175
And you can have a look at all the beautifully designed pieces in the new Collaboration Collection here.
Love Sarah x
Credits: Accessory Designer: Natasha Jane//Photography: Olly Stabler//MUA: Omie Megan//Hair: Jenn Edwards//Models: Chloe Mann, Juliet Nelson and Maria Petrou. A collaborative collection alongside Juno & Joy, So You’re Getting Married, Want That Wedding, Bijou Bride and You & Your Wedding. #njcollab
University sweethearts Cailyn and Matt created a day that was laid back and full of personality, yet impeccably stylish too. Full of quirky details (ahem the gold animal place setting – Pin!) and the most divine Pronovias Atelier wedding dress, be prepared to swoon…
Impactful and fun…yet utterly timeless too. With thanks to Caroline at Asteria Photography for sharing.
Photographer: Asteria Photography//Bridal Shop: Mira Couture //Dress Designer: Pronovias Atelier//Shoes: Kate Spade//Jewellery: Michael Hill//Belt: Etsy – SabinaKW Design//Cake: Giant Eagle Market District (Kingsdale)//Reception Venue & Catering: Hilton – Downtown Columbus//Hair Stylist: Simply Hair & Makeup//Makeup Artist: Simply Hair & Makeup//Flowers: Dannettes Floral Boutique //Live Band: Next Exit//Groom’s Clothing: Men’s Wearhouse//Groom’s Bowties: The Tie Bar//Custom Printing (invites, place cards, programs, etc.): Made by Bride
50’s inspired but full of modern romance this styled shoot, a concept by photographers Sabrina Rossi & Lina Arvidsson is the perfect mix of vintage meets contemporary wedding style – which in my mind is the only way to pay “homage” to a bygone age!
Brimming with style and sass there’s plenty of pin-able ideas for all you city chic planning brides. Here’s what inspired this talented team of wedding professionals…
From Sabrina: Me & You, our wedding In Rome Grey stones, narrow streets, Italian taste and a poetic idea of Rome during the Dolce Vita time. A romantic escape in a city full of history: getting married in a old Roman Church, while the streets outside are crowded of people. Finding small restaurant in quite corner in Trastevere, one of the most typical and romantic neighborhood in Rome, where to enjoy seafood and a blessed, refreshing white glass of wine. Red details in perfect harmony with all vintage details. This is what we were imaging, first good friends and then photographers, Me and Lina where dreaming this shooting in my city, my Rome, from the moment I moved back Sweden, where we could work together some years ago. To do so we asked for help to the wonderful Cristina and Camilla, wedding and event planner of Rosenvoile Wedding | Party | Style.
We met with all the crew in Trastevere and we started to shoot. We were followed by curios people enchanted from the idea of a bride and a groom going around on a Vespa. It was fun, it was difficult but we have been inspired from Rome, with its San Pietrino streets and beautiful corners full of flowers.
There is something so utterly appealing about getting married in such a small and stylish way…don’t you think? Love a city wedding!
//Credits: Concept, planning & styling: Rosenvoile Wedding | Party | Style//Photo: Sabrina Rossi & Lina Arvidsson//Flowers: Farfalle Rare//Stationery: Suze Studio Design //Bride dress: Nadia Manzato Wedding couture//Abiti lui: Fabbi Roma//Vintage Vespa: Maurizio Annessi//Venue: Meridionale//Modelli: Caterina Lucrezia, Mauro Melis