With feature films such as Lord of the Rings and First Knight being so popular, the wedding market has followed the lead and many wedding dresses are available with the medieval look forming the inspiration. These are examples of circlets and dedcorated circlets worn to compliment the style. They usually sit on the head with the detailing onto the ofrehead. They look better with out a fringe and the hair should be simply styled (french plait being an ideal style) The next two items are examples of a style that can be worn with a veil.
This circlet was inspired by twisted woodland branches and medieval design. It's made from silver plated wire, covered with genuine swarovski crystals and fastens at the back with a long silver chain. As this piece is made to order I can make it in lots of other colours, and in either sterling silver or 9ct gold (both of these would come hallmarked). Just email me if you'd like to discuss options.
A headpiece circlet is a wreath-like headpiece in the shape of a circle. It can be used in-place of a veil, and can be worn by all members of the bridal party, right down to the flower girls. Although they look great (as you can see in the photo below), they are actually quite easy to make. What you need Form wire 7 medium rose buds(white) 5 small roses(red) You may have two colours you wish. 9 leaves Florsitry wire White stem tape Thick white ribbon 11 1/2 meters in length Thin red ribbon