Wednesday 26 February 2014

WEDDING: The most beautiful Hair Vine from PearlsPearlsPearls

I have spoken on my blog numerous times about my support and love for smaller businesses that are run by seriously talented people - I think sometimes these companies just don't get enough recognition. As you'll probably know, I'm currently in the midst of planning our wedding. We are doing most of it together but obviously when it comes to my wedding dress and accessories, Tom is having nothing to do with it. Other than hearing about my almost constant indecision!

Wedding accessories often really finish your wedding 'look' off, whether that be glamorous, vintage, casual and everything in between! So when I came across a smaller business selling the most fantastic pearl accessories that are nothing short of perfect for finishing off any wedding 'look'! PearlsPearlsPearls is run by Tabitha Brown (the most lovely women, who shared many wedding tips and experiences with me. It really is an honour to be working with her on my blog) - a very talented lady who started making jewellery when she got engaged. During her own search for wedding accessories and jewellery, she just couldn't find exactly what she dreamed of. Instead of giving up or settling for a 'not so great' alternative Tabitha set up PearlsPearlsPearls. I always have such admiration for anyone who takes the plunge and sets up their own business, especially when they offer such a skill.

I have focused on the wedding jewellery and accessories in this post but PearlsPearlsPearls also offer jewellery, brooches, show clips, men's accessories and hair accessories that are perfect for such a range of occasions.

I just couldn't resist putting together my favourite wedding pieces from PearlsPearlsPearls...

Aren't they all just so pretty?

My absolute favourite item from the PearlsPearlsPearls website is the Round Ivory Freshwater Pearls Silver Grecian Hair Vine* (£25). Last summer I went wedding dress shopping in Lincoln, I tried on numerous wedding dresses but nothing caught my eye. Well, except for a hair vine they had in a glass cabinet. I had never seen or heard of a hair vine, so I had no idea what they really were. When the women showed me one way of wearing them, I was in love. They are slightly less 'formal' than a tiara but still give that special look you want on your wedding day. You can wear a hair vine in so many different ways, using your imagination! The aspect that put me off buying the hair vine there and then was it's price tag - it was almost £70! Now, any Bride to Be or married women will tell you that wedding accessories from wedding dress shops are beautiful but they hold a very high price tag! But I just couldn't justify £70. So when I spotted that PearlsPearlsPearls sell a range of hair vine's for a fraction of the cost but with no element compromised. Tabitha uses the highest quality Freshwater pearls, giving her pearl products that uneven, natural finish. Due to the fact that Tabitha makes all of the jewellery and accessories on PearlsPearlsPearls at her home, there is also an opportunity to discuss bespoke ideas that aren't necessarily on her website already. Something you just don't get with larger companies. Currently, there are six different style hair vines on PearlsPearlsPearls, with prices ranging from £18 to £35. All of the high quality and such outstanding value for your money. 

Here's a couple of ways I've styled the Round Ivory Freshwater Pearls Grecian Hair Vine... 

^ I attempted a more 'wedding' hairstyle. ^

^ You just attach a hair grip onto the loop on either end of the hair vine. ^

Aren't hair vine's perfect for a more relaxed look?

Feel free to leave me a comment - which is your favourite?



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