Peruse Pittsburgh’s Unique Wedding Veils and Headpieces
From Swarovski-speckled headbands to blushers and birdcage veils, the enamoring world of wedding headpieces is vast. Do you fall for the lure of lace, the fragrance of fresh flowers, or the figurative strike of couture? Turn heads with these six looks as hair-accessory inspirations!
Text and styling by Andrea Bosco | Photography by Cayla Zahoran
Modeled by Molly King and Kylie Mascara, Docherty Talent & Modeling Agency | Hair and makeup by Christi Slomski and Jennifer Exley, The Spa & Salon at Southpointe
This large, glistening floral topper (that’s very Carrie Bradshaw-inspired) makes it easy to make a statement. Paired best with a beautiful, strapless gown, it’ll pop with pearls and a colored lip.
Fashion this spray of metal scrolls and marquis designs in an updo with a beaded and rhinestone-edged veil for an avant-garde unveiling. Direct from Milan, the Cotin Sposa sheer-bodice gown puts a fresh spin on the traditional bridal figure.
F. Scott Fitzgerald would be proud of this modern take on The Great Gatsby. The haute combo will roar with Prohibition cocktails, red velvet cake, and caviar.
An intimate outdoor celebration calls for a soft palette, whimsical décor, and a flower crown! Pretty in pink, you’ll be contemporary, ethereal, and poised.
Editor’s Note: The hops and sedum incorporated in the photographed headpiece were grown in Carmel Vandale’s garden. As Mt. Lebanon Floral’s proprietor, Vandale supports local horticulturists when seeking rare blooms.
Don a birdcage veil for an elegant, vintage appearance. The medley of lace, netting, and a bejeweled brooch will have guests swooning.
Nothing says bride like an A-line, fit-and-flare silhouette and tulle blusher, complete with a cluster of crystals at the crown.
Channel the characteristics of tradition with this tulle and lace, elbow-length confection.