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Stunning Hats and Fascinators for Weddings and Special Occasions

23rd August 2016 |By | Be the first to comment

The latest bridal trend proves that hats and fascinators are not just for wedding guests. Unusual, eye catching wearable works of art, we unveil an innovation in stunning hats designed for destination weddings.

Bridal Hats and Fascinators

Wedding hats and fascinators look more modern and unusual than the customary veil and tiara, and they are certainly longer lasting than a floral headdress. Currently particularly popular with contemporary brides who are determined to look unique, they are loved also by second-time brides who don’t want to wear anything too traditional.

Colourful wedding hats and fascinators are a wonderful way to complete the look of the bridal party, and as always, they are perfect for the mothers of the bride and groom, and the stylish wedding guest. Some are quite simply works of art that can be worn time and time again for special occasions.

Folding Hats for Weddings Abroad

The folding hat by is a new brand new innovation designed especially for destination weddings by The Season Hats. This range of satin hats fold flat like a fan for space-saving storage and travel, and can then be unfolded only when needed. 

Made from satin, leather or tulle, some with individual Swarovski crystals placed by hand throughout, to ensure  they catch the light as the wearer moves around, the collections by The Season Hats can be seen in the directory.

Co-ordinating Wedding Hats and Fascinators

Sophisticated and elegant, the Pronovias 2016 Headdress Collection has an array of wedding hats and fascinators perfect for any special occasion. Designed to co-ordinate with their broad range of dresses they are in a variety of colours to appeal to all tastes.

See the whole range by Pronovias in the directory. For more inspiration please visit Fashion.

Kate Thompson
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Kate Thompson is the features editor and wedding expert at Confetti. A widely published lifestyle writer, she has worked in the wedding industry for 15 years and has made BBC television and radio appearances discussing wedding trends in the UK.

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