Use that fabulous jewelry from grandma's jewelry box to style out your wedding ‘do. All you need is a little strategic tucking and pinning! More DIY tutorials of these pretty hairstyles can be found at How-To Hairgirl. < Previous Post Andie & Laurie’s Vaudevillian queer love extravaganza wedding Next Post > The wedding program with a built-in pocket for confetti (or favours!) Guest Post By: Roxie Hunt http://roxiejanehunt.com/?wpam_id=2 Howtohairgirl is a DIY hair blogger and mama who divides her time between Seattle, WA and the Ozark mountains.
Comments on Accesorize your DIY wedding hairstyle out of your jewelry box
Very cool. I like to use a brooch through my pony-tail holder to liven up a pony-tail. I had never thought of using earrings…
I made my headband for our wedding out of a vintage choker and some ribbon.
This was what I was planning to do once I decided on a hair style.
I used my grandmother’s porcelain brooches and earrings to make a headband/fascinator piece, with rose quartz beads and pearls from my auntie’s old necklace as the band. All it took was a little wire, glue, and bobby pins to make it happen!
great use of accessories, you could probably find most of these from your local charity shop for really cheap, Very vintage!
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