Sarah’s Wedding: All About Accessories

From vintage-inspired earrings to a whimsical headpiece, read on to discover all the sweet details of Sarah’s wedding day accessories.

Sarah’s meaningful extras prove that the smallest details are the most special. Here, she shares more about the thought and design process that went into her wedding day look.

“My little sister did my hair, which I wanted to keep down but off my face. Mishaum Point, where I got married, is a wild sort of place, so I wanted my hair to look almost fairy-like. We watched a lot of Youtube videos and practiced everything the night before. It was a really sweet moment that we’ll always have together.”

“I wanted my hairstyle and veil to reflect the countryside aesthetic of our wedding. Heather of Eden Luxe Bridal created this gorgeous jeweled headpiece inspired by wild vines, studded with crystals and genuine pearls.”

Eden Luxe Bridal also designed my veil, which was a dreamy cathedral-length style in illusion tulle and chantilly lace (they also named it the Sarah!).”

“My co-worker’s mother is a jeweler, so I was really lucky to be able to design these earrings with her. I worked with her company, Mishema Jewelry Design, on this beautiful pair inspired by antique earrings from the 1800s.”

“We went with tear-drop freshwater pearls, placed in a diamond-and-gold setting. I’ll truly cherish these forever.”

“For my ‘something borrowed,’ I picked a diamond brooch that had first been my grandmother’s and was now my mother’s. I wore it on the bow which was part of the waist sash of my dress, as a nod to the women who’ve always had my back.”

“My best friend, Emma, gifted me this beautiful vintage robe to wear while getting ready, which was especially thoughtful since she couldn’t be with me in person.”

“This silk piece had all of my dream details: lace appliqués, covered buttons, and small shoulder pads for a more defined silhouette. I’d say Emma knows me pretty well.”

“My mom and sisters all wore different Parkers in navy suede, which complemented their jewel-toned dresses and coordinated with my Wedding Parkers in white satin.”

“For my nieces and nephews—our flower girls and ring bearers—we picked out blue sneakers and white Mary-Janes. We also ordered these adorable navy peacoats from Etsy shop PequesStitches, and honestly, these kids couldn’t have looked cuter!”

Check back on our blog next Wednesday for more stories on Sarah’s DIY wedding. Next up: the bouquet and more floral showstoppers. #WeddingWednesdays

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