A while back I had the opportunity to work with the most talented team. As a result here is the Schloss Fall Castle styled photoshoot featured in Russian blog Weddywood.
I knew photographer Marina Suvoroff and hairstylist (and makeup artist) Natalia Shishkina style and trusted them with my bridal headpieces. I had a feeling that it would turn out to be something romantic and magical, but I have to say, I am in complete awe over how stunning this styled shoot turned out as a result.
From the feminine wedding dress, gorgeous light and flowers to the decorations and location – everything was perfect. The bridal hair pins Graceand tiara Victoria were featured and available in by Katriin shophere.
Grace hair pins worn by Anastassia | Photo: Marina Suvoroff
Grace hair pins worn by Anastassia | Photo: Marina Suvoroff
You go to a restaurant and you are presented with a menu. You sit there and decide what to eat, so many different choices. Did you know there is a menu for different hairstyles – Soengumenüü™ (Hairstyle menu) created by Decoris Showroom. This Spring Soengumenüü™ got the bridal edition – with four meticulously mastered hairstyles adorned with by Katriin bridal headpieces.
First there is Just Say Yes – romantic braid with Marie headpiece adorning the back of the head. Suitable for longer and thicker hair. Halo hair extensions can be useful here to add some volume and length.
My Lolita is timeless up-do and debuting the Maria flowers available only at Decoris Showroom. This bridal hairstyle is suitable for medium to long hair.
Decoris Showroom tutvustas sel kevadel Soengumenüü™ uut pruudisoengute menüüd. Lisaks ilusatele soengutele ehtis kauneid modelle by Katriin juuksekaunistused.
Soengumenüü™ teeb eriliseks see, et valik on üleval internetis soengumenu.ee, kui ka salongis kohapeal paberkujul. Välja on toodud lisaks hinnale ka soengule kuluv aeg ning seda koos või ilma juuksepesuta. Soengumenüü™soenguid tehakse erinevates salongides üle Eesti.
Soengud püüdis pildile fotograaf Riina Vaikmaa. Soeng Just Say Yes iseloomustab punutis mida kroonib Marie juuksekaunistus. Sobilik pikkadele paksudele juustele ning alati võib lisada ka Halo juuksepikendused, et enda juustele väheke kaasa aidata.
My Lolita sobib keskmise pikkusega või pikematele juustele. Tegemist on aegumatu, elegantse soenguga mida kaunistab Maria lillekaunistus, mis on hetkel veel saadaval ainult Decoris Showroomis.
Boheemlaslik Wild Bride, mida kaunistab Cerise juuksekaunistus sobib taas keskmise pikkusega või pikematele juustele.
Forever yours, Adeline! (võrratud nimi kas pole) romantiline nii nagu soengu nimetuski. Soengusse saab sättida üle õlgade pikkustele juustele. Soengut kaunistavad Grace juuksenõelad, mis lisavad täpselt piisavas koguses sära.
Modellid: Laura Karro, Heidi Liblik, Janela Peterson ja Adeline Vaher-Vahter Soengud: Erica Tears / Decoris Showroom Meik-up: Reelika Selirand Juukseaksessuaarid: By Katriin Lisa juuksed: Halo juuksepikendused Riided: Liina Stein Fashion Koht: Urban Yogini õnnelaboratoorium Assistent: Kerttu Sildvee Fotograaf: Riina Vaikmaa
Hea uudis on ka see, et nüüdsest saab by Katriin juuksekaunistustega tutvuda ning soetada Decoris Showroom’is kohapeal aadressiga Telliskivi 60N II korrusel.
Meet the couple who loved Autumn so much, they didn’t have to think twice when deciding when to get married. The pair got ready in separate rooms and the groom didn’t see the bride until the photoshoot at the garden of Dominican St Catherine’s Monastery. The look on the grooms face was priceless. The ceremony took place at a cafe’s garden in downtown. Although it was a bit cold outside, the bride took off her plaid as they were pronounced husband and wife.
They knew that on their wedding day they wanted to enjoy the autumns colourful scenery, crisp air, warm drinks and people, candle light and the lavishing cosiness that autumn created. The wedding planners at Pulmakorraldaja was happy to create exactly what was ordered and they have even said that it was their all-time favourite wedding with a warm and lovely bride and groom.
Köleri 2 restaurant in Kadriorg matched the couples expectations and desired atmosphere suited the couple perfectly with its romantic interior. The couple were wedded at the restaurants backyard and it was made so romantic with thousands of candles and fairy lights.
Wedding season is here and so is the new bridal headpiece collection by Katriin.
This collection is quite different from our last one. It features fresh, botanical inspired looks. Light organza flowers and crystals that look like dewdrops on flowers. Mostly demi vines (a cross between a comb and a vine) which are so easy to use adorning so many different hair styles. Easily secured by bobby pins.
Adele is the little sister of Evelina (as seen on the photo) and Meghan was born from a custom order to Meghann. Finally – Madeleine – also delicate and elegant bridal hair pins.
In addition all designs are available in 24K gold plated and 925 sterling silver plated.
We did the photoshoot at Vääna manor shcool which was built in 1784 and it was probably the most beautiful shcools I have ever been to. The new collection adorned model Kelly and photos were captured perfectly by Laura Strandberg. Hanna Korsar provided us with the gorgeous bridal gowns, which were also from Hanna’s new collection.
You can shop our new bridal headpiece collection here.
Last summer I had so many wonderful brides who shared their gorgeous wedding photos with me. One of them was Epp. Her friend Kristi decided to give her by Katriin original as a wedding gift – we root for friends like that ;). I love how Epp’s face was beaming while we brainstormed on what kind of bridal headpiece would match her style and discussed her upcoming wedding. The excitement was contagious and I couldn’t wait to start creating the headpiece for her wedding day to be cherished as a family heirloom in years to come.
Her dress was designed by Lilli Jahilo – I have written about her feminine and elegant style many times before. Epp liked the hair comb Laura, but we decided that Reelika style bridal headpiece would go better with her whole wedding look. I created a hair vine inspired by Reelika headpiece with more organic feel to it. The beaded leaves matched the beads that were used on the dress. The result took my breath away. She looked gorgeous and happy and surely married the man of her dreams on a sunny August day. Stina Kase captured the precious moments and here are the results of the meticulously organised and executed wedding day of Epp and Grits.
Maria wanted her headpiece to be the same colour as her gorgeous blush Badgley Mischka wedding shoes. She planned to wear her locks in an updo and her vision for a headpiece was blush coloured flowers. I found a perfect colour silk as the shoes and after we met and played around with other headpieces we found that mixing french flower together with Grace hair pins would create a stunning piece.
To create a more airy and organic look for the flowers I like to add sheer and delicate chiffon between the layers of petals. The crystals twinkled perfectly behind the flowers making the piece more glamorous.
The bridal headpiece complimented her mermaid style wedding dress so beautifully. What do you think?
*Have you seen the movie Ironman? My husband named the tool after the dummy in Ironman.
You all probably know by now that my mission is for a bride to have the dream headpiece for their wedding day so I love creating bespoke bridal headpieces. Maarja-Liis contacted me with a wish to have a headpiece that matches her wedding dress sash. She sent me the photo of her sash and an inspiration photo for her hairdo. A bridal hair comb was the best choice for her dream hairdo and after agreeing upon that the creating process could begin.
The headpiece main characters were the Navette style crystals and pearls. Added some clear beads and rhinestones to give it the final touch. The end result was a vintage like elegant bridal hair comb.
As with clients who I’ve communicated only online I usually see them for the first time on their wedding photos. I have to say, Maarja-Liis stunned me with her classic beauty. Seeing Maarja-Liis for the first time made me think of a fairytale because she sure looked like a princess from Grimm’s brothers fairytales, remember the beginning of the Snow White “…and hair black as ebony…”.
Then there was the wedding video. I love watching wedding videos and Estonian videographer Tomvar made a gorgeous video of my clients beautiful day. Without a doubt the best videographer 2016 award went to the right place again :)
For more photos please visit the photographer Sandra Palm post on her website.
Sometimes you see a bridal headpiece that is almost what you have imagined but for it to be perfect it needs some changes or additions. My wish is that you will not just look, but feel the best on your special day, so I am happy to make changes to a piece you have picked out.
I met with Aleksandra and as I showed her my selection she immediately picked out Cerise headpiece and Adele headpiece, which is so new that it’s not yet in our shop. She loved the Cerise design so we took it as a base but she chose Swarovski crystals for the floral details. She wanted to include the navette crystals used in Adele headpiece and wanted flowers in her headpiece as well. She had chosen a beautiful cameo coloured wedding dress with soft net. She had her dress altered slightly and was able to give me pink net fabric I included in the millinery style flowers. As she was going to wear blue shoes on her wedding day I made the heart of the flower in light blue, makes a great something blue accessory as well. Such lovely details
A hair vine is very versatile when it comes to styling. It’s a wire based piece so it is very flexible so it can be positioned straight along the hairline, on font of the head or as a headband or wear it as a backwards tiara, wrapped around a ballerina bun or even let it hanging loosely on the side of your hair.
The headpiece turned out just as Aleksandra wished. It is delicate, detailed and matched her wedding dress perfectly. I can’t wait to see her wedding photos and share them with you all. Thank you so much for trusting me with this precious bridal headpiece.
Although I love doing bespoke bridal headpieces I get a wee bit nervous each time I receive a custom order. It is exciting and scary at the same time. I simply don’t want to disappoint anyone. I get nervous, but in a good way. First of all you start with sketching and gathering materials and writing back and forth and/or meeting with the bride. You need to get on the same page as the customer. Creating a custom piece is more time consuming but as a result there is always a completely new piece and that is something I cherish deeply.
Ragne sent me an inspiration photo of the hairstyle and headpiece she had in mind. I sent her photos of similar headpieces I have done – all bespoke bridal headpieces (for example this) and we agreed upon a technique I would use. She wanted her headpiece to have pearls and crystals. Firstly I made few samples of flowers with different sizes of pearls and when the size was decided on the process could begin.
With many hours of work I ended up with a sparkling and luxurious bespoke bridal headpiece. Pearly flowers on either side of the hair vine. The hair vine made out of crystal leaves giving the elegant pearls a alluring shine. I attached the headpiece to hair combs because the piece itself was quite heavy and hair combs work best in these situations, giving the support to heavy bridal headpiece.
In the end the good nervous feeling paid off because the result was just amazing. The bride was happy with the result as well saying that (I don’t like to brag but…) I am a wizard :) . Receiving these photos today really made my day and again I got a reminder of why I do what I do…because of all this. Making someones day even more perfect and contributing the way I do so the bride feels like a princess (her words).
She looks absolutely positively stunning. Congratulations to the lovely couple!
I already wrote bridal trends 2017 – ruffles and ombre and fucshia. The trends obviously don’t stop there though. There are trends of pillowy sleeves and plunging necklines for Spring and rising necklines for Fall.
3D floral and botanical bridal trends
Floral trend is still going strong. And well flowers in your hair, for example, in my opinion will never go out of style (wink!). In 2017 florals are accompanied with its essential parts – vines, branches, leaves. Hello bridal vines in your hair, such as Cerise, Marie, Helene. And of course delicate flowers of Aurora, Odette, Carmen, Giselle and Olivia and Diane. The queens of floral wedding gowns are without a question the talented Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig of Marchesa. I have raved about their creations here and here.
Bold colours and flowers in your hair
Naeem Khan, the Indian-American designer, showed us bold canary yellow bridal gowns at his Fall 2017 bridal fashion week show. Im not sure about a canary yellow bridal gown, but I do love the large ruffle and dipped hem design. The models on the runway wore flowers in their hair as well, just had to point that out :), white Gigi leather headband for a bridal headpiece anyone? Another non-white trends on the runways were as already mentioned metallics and pink.
Another trend I obviously love is of course headpieces. Not the classic tiara bridal headpieces but rather jeweled headbands. Luckily, by Katriin bridal headpieces are exactly what the fashion experts have noted – with botanical details. Marie and Helene with the hand wired flowers and beaded leaves for example, can be worn as headbands, but as vines along the hair as well.
In conclusion, bridal trends in 2017 are very chic and feminine. Whether it is suit pants (not featured in my list though) or gowns covered by 3D flowers and botanical details, next year brings us light and heavenly designs. Don’t forget to visit by Katriin shop and pick up your bridal headpiece. This season the everyday Lilly headpieces would fit like a hand to a glove as well.
“I am one of the lucky ones who felt even more special and beautiful on her wedding day thanks to by Katriin headpieces :) I chose Reelika and Elisabeth – delicate, beautiful and adorable adornments, which were the icing on a cake and cherry on top to my over all look. Again, thank you!”
– Ann K, Estonia
I am always inspired by beautiful fabric and ribbons. Thats what got me into designing hair adornments in the first place. . And so the new product line was born – bridal garter.
The history of wedding garters
Hundreds of years ago it was believed that owning a piece of the wedding dress would bring you good luck. You can imagine what was left of the bride after a whole wedding party tried to get a piece of her dress. Not a pretty sight I think. So a wedding garter was created, a piece of bridal attire that was easy to toss to the guests. Nowadays it is usually the groom who takes the garter off, usually blindfolded, with hands tied behind and using his teeth. If you are fan of traditions and up to it, it can be entertaining to the guests. Afterwards the bridal garter is tossed to unwed men same as the wedding bouquet is tossed to unwed women.
New traditions of bridal garters
I haven’t been to a wedding that does the before mentioned tradition anymore, rather a garter is a special accessory a woman has underneath her wedding gown and keeps as a special heirloom maybe some day giving it away to her friend or daughter on her wedding day.
Wedding Garter as a gift
Giving a wedding garter as a present is probably the cutest way to congratulate a loved one when she announces that she is getting married. by Katriin bridal garter comes in a cute gift box ready to be given as a present. Or when you are throwing a bachelorette party to your friend why not give a wedding garter as a present on behalf of the bridal party. I am sure the bride will love it! And thats where Ava the bridal garter by Katriin comes into picture. Ava is delicate and whimsical, modern take on this old tradition.
What would you do with your wedding garter? Toss it to unwed grooms for good luck? Or keep it as a heirloom? Leave a comment below!
Sukapael pulmapäeval on justkui lahutamatu osa pruudi kogu komplektist. Ajalooliselt, sadu aastaid tagasi usuti, et kui külaline omab tükikest pruudi kleidist, siis on ta suure õnnega koos. Võib ette kujutada milline nägi välja pruut peale seda kui kõik külalised tema kleidist üritasid tükikest kätte saada. Pole vast kõige ilusam pilt, kas pole. Siis aga mõeldi välja, et sukapael oleks just see õige riidetükike mis võiks õnne tuua. Ühel hetkel sai traditsiooniks, et peigmees on see, kes pruudilt selle paelakese kätte peab saama ja siis oma vallalistele sõpradele uhkelt viskab. Ja mida aeg edasi seda edasi see traditsioon arenes, nii seoti peigmehel silmad ja käed kinni ning külaliste meelelahutuseks tuli tal suu abil pruut sukapaelast vabastada. Mina isiklikult ei ole käinud pulmas, kus sellist traditsiooni jälgitakse. Küll aga meeldib mulle veidi uuem traditsioon, kus pruudi kleidi all see imearmas pitsist kaunistus peidus on, kuid peale pulmi, mitte ei visata see vallaliste meeste hulka, vaid hoitakse ilusas karbikeses mälestuseks. Või siis kingitakse järgmisele abiellujale – sõbrannale või tütrele – kihlusmise kingitusena. Ava the wedding garter on päris uus toode by Katriin. Unikaalne modernne sukapael tüllist millel on pitsist ääred, keskel satiinist lipsuke. Sobib kingituseks sõbrannale või lähedasele tema kihlumise puhul. Mis võiks veel sobivam kingitus olla tüdrukuteõhtul kui üks kelmikas sukapael?
Welcome #F/W16 or #A/W16 , whichever you prefer! The time where the clothes get warmer and the colour palette darker, more intense. If the colder seasons would be adjectives I would first of all say fall would be Fierce. With fierce first and foremost – leather – comes to mind. Enter Karlie and Gigi – the leather flower headbands. Yes, you are right, these new pieces are named after supermodels Karlie Kloss and Gigi Hadid – the IT models of today, who strut along the runways of Versace, Chanel, Elie Saab and DVF. Models like Karlie, Gigi, Kendall and Cara, in my opinion, exude strong feminine energy, hence the name of the leather flower headbands.
The importance of accessories
We are living at a time where the importance of accessories and fine details has become number one – shoes, bags and most importantly headpiece choices reflect your personality and style. Today’s generation is inspired by runways (think Gucci, Rodarte, Dolce & Gabbana), they are opting for more effortless chic style, therefore a fierce leather headpiece is spot-on for modern, edgy look. But can also be worn in pretty feminine way. Either way headpieces are for women who are not afraid to stand out and have a strong sense of style.
by Katriin #F/W16 new accessory
The Karlie and Gigi leather headbands are statement pieces that are rather perfect compliments to sleek outfits. Whether its going out with friends, attending an event or adorning your everyday look. Leather flower headband is an unique way to give yourself a trendy fashionista worthy look. You can wear the leather headpiece in many versatile ways, with your hair up or down while adding a headband gives you instantly festive hairstyle. I would pair the leather flower headband with a black lace dress and you get a glamorous Christmas party outfit.
It was one beautiful spring day in May when Sigrid found by Katriin stand at a Beauty Fair. She was like a warm sun shining brightly and happily. When she tried on the Marie bridal headpiece she became even more radiant (if thats even possibly, right). She and her entourage all knew that this was the icing on a cake, cherry on top for her bridal look. The Marie bridal headpiece adorns her hair as black as ebony perfectly. She wore Hanna Korsar wedding dress and all these lovely photos are taken by Elika Hunt. These photos of her July wedding illustrate perfectly how Estonian summers even though short, they are gorgeously full of colour.
A few months back I wrote a guest blogpost to a UK based wedding blog And So to Wed. I wrote about a topic close to my heart. The endless possibilities of one single bridal headpiece – the bridal hair vine. This versatile headpiece can be worn in so many ways, but I brought 7 different ways forward. Hair vines are, in my opinion, brilliant headpieces, because you’re final bridal hairstyle doesn’t have to be set in stone. You can change your mind on the last minute and still adorn your hair with a bridal hair vine moments before you step down the aisle.
Floral crowns have been popular amongst women for a long long time. Young maidens picked fresh flowers and made them into a wreath and adorned their hair, frolicking in celebrations of Spring in order to ensure another year of fertility and prosperity. Beautiful garlands are not only for Spring festivities though. They were favourite headpieces to empowering historic women like Frida Kahlo, Abe Lincoln’s wife Mary Todd Lincoln and Victoria, the Queen of England. Lana Del Rey was one of the ladies who introduced the floral beauties to the wider world and the floral crown has become a synonym for Coachella. Oh, and if you check out Beyonce’s Instagram feed, what can you see there – the queen of everything is donning fresh carnations and babied breath in her locks. Hence the flower crowns have been a lasting trend for hundreds of years.
What makes the floral crown so special? Besides the fact that the floral crowns have been symbols of love, fertility and celebration throughout the history and around the world, they are so easy to personalize. Go as over-the-top adorning the whole head with flowers or a more modest way simple florettes on the side of your head. You may have a favourite colour in mind or a special outfit that the headpiece would compliment. The floral headpiece is a perfect way to finish your look when you don’t have the time to make a polished hairdo. Put flowers in your hair and get ready for compliments!
Lilly is the newest piece in by Katriin collection. In fact it is so new, that you have to special order it because it is not yet even in the webshop (will be soon, though). Here are some examples of these newest beauties.
/Lillekroonid on olnud naiste seas populaarsed juuksekaunistused juba ammusest ajast. Kevadeti ehtisid noored neiud oma kiharaid värskelt korjatud lilledega tantsides kevade puhul korraldatud pidustustel, mis pidavat tooma head viljakuse õnne ja õitsengut järgmiseks aastaks. Kaunid pärjad ei jäänud vaid rituaalidel kandmiseks vaid olid lemmikuks peakaunistuseks ka mõjuvõimsate naiste nagu Mehhiko kunstniku Frida Kahlo, Ameerika presidendi Abraham Lincolni abikaasa Mary Todd Lincolni ja ka Inglismaa kuninganna Victoria jaoks. Lana Del Rey oli see naine, kes lillekroonid jälle populaarseks kandis ning on saanud sünonüümiks Coachella muusikafestivaliga. Kusjuures Beyonce juukseid kaunistab tema eilsel instagrami pildil just lillekroon nelkidest ja kipslilledest. Seega võib öelda, et kaunid lillekroonid on püsiv trend juba sadu aastaid.
Mis teeb lillekroonid nii eriliseks? Peale selle, et need on armastuse, viljakuse ja pühitsemise sümboliks läbi ajaloo, on neid ka väga lihtne personaliseerida. Kas soovid tagasihoidlikku lillekobarat külje peale või terve pärg täis suuremaid lilli? Võib-olla sul on mõni lemmiktoon või kindel riietus mille juurde juuksekaunistus sobiks. Lilleline peakaunistus on suurepärane võimalus oma väljanägemisele viimane lihv anda kui ei ole aega juukseid soengusse sättida. Lilled pähe ja valmis komplimentideks. Tõsi on see, et meie kui tagasihoidlik Eesti rahvas algselt pelgame silma paista, kuid kui korra saame tunda seda positiivset energiat mida üks uhke juuksekaunistus toob, siis janu selle järele kasvab. Nii on paljud minu kliendid, kes algselt ülepea lillekrooni endale soetada ei julge, pöördunud juba nädala pärast minu poole sooviga täiendada oma kollektsiooni ka suurema peaehtega.
Lilly on by Katriini kollektsioonis uudne juuksekaunistus. Lilly on võimalik tellida pisemate lilledega tagasihoidlikuma versioonina kui ka luksuslikum ja julgem. Seni kuni kaunistused ka meie veebipoodi ehtima hakkavad kirjuta Lilly tellimiseks email@example.com email või Facebooki message./
Shannon contacted me on a beautiful January day asking whether the Cerise bridal headpiece can be worn on a braid showing me an inspiration photo. I was so glad she asked me that question as I am always pointing out the versatility of this bridal wreath, I recently even wrote a blogpost about 7 ways to wear a hair vine. I assured Shannon it can be actually bent into shape and worn however she pleases.
The part of my work I love the most, is having a role in bringing someones dream into life. Designing and handcrafting a piece to reflect the brides concept of beauty and unique vision for their big day. Another part I love the most is receiving lovely photos of gorgeous wedding photos from brides around the world. Shannon with her long dark hair wears the Cerise bridal wreath flawlessly. All gorgeous photos are by Vicary Photography. Big thanks to Shannon for sharing her blissful moments with us. Wishing You a lifetime of happiness! ♥
This post is about a special bespoke bridal headpiece, that in the end introduced me to the perfectionist inside me. Katri wrote to me with a clear vision in mind of a crystal headpiece that would be elegant and clean rather than a little over-the-top that crystals can sometimes be. From that point on, the search for a perfect crystal started. I suggested making the bridal headpiece in my special way like the piece Reelika is made, with loops on both ends. I love this kind of hairpiece because it is so easy to secure with bobby pins to any hairstyle. Its not limited like a hair comb can be.
After a search that felt like took forever (because the perfectionist in me was searching for the perfect ones) I finally got my hands on crystals and the process begun. I used marquis cut crystals with smaller round cut rhinestones creating branches in right spread on the bridal headpiece. The bride had crystal belt on her wedding gown as well. The wedding gown, may I just add, is astonishing. Made by Hanna Korsar, I believe the designer herself describes the gown best by saying “This sumptuous wedding gown is a masterpiece! Dress is detailed with graceful silk organza ruffles that cascade to the floor. Trimmed with crystal embellished belt that highlights the narrowest part of bride’s waist. It has a built-in boned bodice to reveal fragile shoulders. Crafted from ivory Chantilly lace, silk organza and silk satin lining.” Perfection!
I love the colour scheme of the wedding as well. Congratulations to the bride and groom!
The lovely photos are captured by Sandra Palm. And for more photos of this beautiful and special gown you can visit the designers Hanna Korsar website.
I love historical costume dramas. The lavish costumes, the romance, the attention to detail of those gorgeous gowns and jewels. Thus, its only natural I love making bridal accessories – as it is the closest I can get to that old glamour. When I saw a movie called Little Chaos starring Kate Winslet about a landscape artist building a garden for King Louis XIV, I immediately searched for a documentary about that same garden in Versailles of course.
I’ve been lucky enough to visit the royal extravagance that is the Château de Versailles. I watched many documentaries about this splendid palace and I am sure that played a big role in this new collection. The famous Hall of Mirrors where the walls are covered in marble and golden sculptures separates the arches of mirrors and holds the twinkling light of magnificent chandeliers from its ceiling, is of course the most memorable scene. A lot of my new pieces are inspired by chandeliers. Meet Silvia, Victoria, Grace and Josephine.
Then there is more inspiration from antique royal glamour. One of my favourite royal love story, though, is about Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Historians have painted an adorable love story of those two. A strong woman and a man who adored her, a strong alliance between them. So obviously my other huge inspiration comes from the movie Young Victoria. I have watched Young Victoria countless times and after I created Olivia and Diane I saw that they remind me of the headpieces worn by Emily Blunt in the leading role. Meet Olivia and Diane.
So here they are, in front of you ready to give you the last touch for your beautiful day to make your wedding day as perfect as possible, because by Katriin bride knows that a blissful romance on her wedding day will follow her for the years to come. And with proper care and love their bridal headpiece will become a treasured family heirloom.