Nothing completes the bridal look like the right accessories, and no one makes accessories like Twigs & Honey! We’re so thrilled to share a look at the 2020 collection which launches today! Myra, the genius behind the whimsical designs, aimed to pair an ethereal style with a clean + modern aesthetic for this collection. She calls it, “modern love and the habitual romantic,” which is something we can totally get behind. Here’s more about the inspiration from Myra herself:
In this new collection, you’ll see our identifiable romantic styles with richly detailed floral elements and hand-wired soft accents. Interspersed throughout are architecturally graphic pieces with bold Swarovski crystals and pearls. I have been inspired by the more streamlined design trends in both interior design and ready to wear and wanted to meld the two themes together of both ultra-modern and flowery romance. My goal was to create pieces that would still feel feminine and flattering for the wearer but also evoke the sleeker, slightly more bold vibes of the modern styles we’re seeing more of.
Myra worked with glass artists to create custom, hand-blown glass flowers for an exciting and fresh interpretation of floral and earthy pieces. How delicate and GORGEOUS!
Accessories for the Modern Bride
A perfectly bold mix of modern and whimsy.
Through the Veil
The new collection includes a beautiful new range of embroidered and embellished veils – with oversized pearls and crystals and on a softer, finer tulle.
This veil was MADE for an open-back dress.
The Habitual Romantic
That floral necklace though…WOW.
You’re So Golden
The earrings! Love that gold drape.
What a beautiful mandala by Forage Florals!
SO romantic. To learn more about the 2020 collection and where to buy the piece(s) you’ve got your eye on, visit Twigs & Honey!
accessories + jewelry: Twigs & Honey // photography: Elizabeth Messina // hair + makeup: Erin Skipley // gowns: Elizabeth Dye, Leanne Marshall // model: Courtney Volk // shoes: Bella Belle Shoes // florals: Forage Florals // location: Sunstone Winery