The second term of my jewellery making course just started this week, and I found out that my class mate just got engaged and is getting married later this year. I am so happy for her! Naturally, I started thinking about wedding jewellery. Would this be something that I could create in jewellery class? I've had a browse online for wedding tiaras, and I've understood that I'm far from being able to create anything as gorgeous as this!
That didn't stop me looking though. I know I couldn't possibly create vintage looking headpieces such as the one above - there are way too many little complicated details. But I am sure that with some practice I would be able to create something more simple and contemporary.
There is an evening course in millinery at my college as well, which is a fancy word for hat making. Perhaps if you mixed the skills you would gain from that course with my jewellery making skills, you could create some pretty side tiaras such as these:
After having had a proper look online for some wedding headpieces I found my favourite one. I absolutely adore this vintage looking piece with a dragon fly. I love the whole motto of the dragon fly - to seize the day.