Three of our reproduction veils and our couture cathedral length Alençon lace veil were on display in Illinois at the Elmhurst Historical Museum for their "Here Comes The Bride" exhibit February 28, 2006 through June 18, 2006. Our Cambridge Lover's Knot tiaras (Princess Diana tiaras) were also displayed in this exhibit.
1913 Lily of the Valley Cap Veil.
1936 Velvet Braid Cap Veil with faux orange blossoms.
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Late 1800's Orange Blossom Bud headpiece
and floor length Veil for black wedding dress.
Emma Hearst, on the occasion of her wedding to John Barker at the Hearst Castle and Hearst Ranch, April 11, 2015. Her Grace Kelly headpiece is made of antique (1880's) rose point lace, embellished with over 1,200 freshwater seed pearls, and a crown of antique wax orange blossoms and seed pearl leaves. To see more pictures of the glorious Hearst Barker wedding, click this Vitae Weddings link. To watch their wedding video, click this Everly Films link. As you can imagine, to be chosen as Emma's wedding milliner was such an honor for me. Emma and John, I wish you all the best and a happily ever after!
Emma's French bulldog Lola was the ringbearer! Here's a sweet picture of Lola in the bride's lap, wearing the lace and pearl headpiece I made for her.
Hearst Barker Wedding
Emma Hearst kisses her groom, John Barker, at the reveal
Emma's finished headpiece in the studio. Behind the scenes making of these two headpieces coming soon!
Emma Hearst affixing heirloom earrings
Emma Hearst at the Senator's House before the ceremony
Contact us if you would like a custom headpiece like Emma's or Lola's!
Elmhurst Historical Museum Exhibit
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