We wanted an outdoorsy, Game of Thrones meets Burning Man meets Asian customs wedding. It opened with a "Red Army" parade: a parade of our closest friends with banners, drums, bubbles, and flowers! The groom, Nick, also read family vows to my daughter. We had 300 pounds of meat (because we both love food), belly dancers, live music, fire performers, and a bounce house!
We love feathers and peacock feathers and all the ways you can inject some natural elements into your wedding fashion and decor. We’ve rounded up some of the loveliest and most fun ways to use feathers at your wedding. Think headpieces, centerpieces, nail art, rings, guest books, and all kinds of other ways to make your wedding take flight.
Two weddings: one backyard poolside shindig followed by a Burning Man, unicorn-themed wedding on the playa. Though they may have run into issues with their officiant, making the ceremony… unique, the artwork, vows, and awesome costumes make up for it like whoa. Don’t miss the lollipop bouquet, gorgeous headpiece, and sweet unicorn cake.
We’ll soon be sharing Brittany and Taylor’s goth history nerd wedding featuring an amazing Cthulhu cake, nerd burlesque, and some epic goth fashion. The latter of which is our current interest that we couldn’t wait to preview. Brittany’s ship headpiece was made by Kopf Traeume, who also makes FABULOUS headpieces with horns, feathers, bird cages, and tons of flora. The rest of the wedding is going to knock your socks off, but we’ll get to that later. For now, you get a sneaky peeky of this goth headpiece of our dark wonderland dreams.
When we spied The Feathered Head’s creations (custom-crafted by Owner/Designer Andie Cohen-Healy), we knew it was the ultimate fusion of antique and vintage materials, natural elements, and alternative designs that would make our readers salivate. Let’s take a peek at some of Andie’s favorite custom wedding headpieces, hear from some deliriously pleased brides who rocked these headpieces with massive style, and see what discount she has for our readers!
Teapots, cucumber sandwiches, and cake on the best man’s face? It’s a tea party wedding turned upside down. Add in fancy hats, a retro venue, and a wild dance party, and you’ve got this sweet little wedding in Washington. And when it comes to this bride’s hat, there was nothing to do but put a bird on it!