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Bridal Style Trends with B In a Bonnet: Breaking Bridal Boundaries

Hey Brides, Hey!   My name is Beth and I’m the owner/designer at B in a Bonnet,  and oh how I love all things bridal.

My love affair with weddings started at a very young age.  I was a bleary eyed eight year old when my Mom woke me up for Princess Diana’s wedding at 5 am, and back then you had to watch live television! In between spoonfuls of lucky charms, and my Mom saying how wrinkled Diana’s dress had become, I became mesmerized by her 25 foot train.  I was instantly fascinated – Total goner!  The bridal bug had bit me.  

Transforming vintage & current supplies into bridal accessories is B in a Bonnet’s specialty.  I specialize in reconstructions of bridal gowns into bridal belts & headpieces.  Whether I find my goodies at antique stores, estate sales, or a thrift stores, I always squeeze as much love and fabulousness into every piece. Every bride should feel her most fabulous on the wedding day!  Just like Princess Diana, only less wrinkly!

By definition a boundary is a line that marks the limits of an area; a dividing line.  However, to the 21st century bride, that line is a blurry and inconsequential.  Weddings are an extension of your and your mates love and personal style.  There’s nothing more stylish than a couple pushing the boundaries of nuptial expectations.  Within the ambit of wedding design there are countless alternative options for the unconventional bride.  Gone are the days of white dresses, rented tuxedos and bridal party dances – But if the hokey pokey get played, cross that line and put your right foot in!


Your’s truly, B In a Bonnet! Inspired by Moulin Rouge, only a much happier ever after than Satine.

Move over, Cinderella! Jimmy Choo – Photo by Jose Villa Photography

If your sweetheart gown is calling for something, answer the call with this bejeweled wedding shoulder masterpiece.


Smooth meadow clutch by Judith Leiber.  This whimsical clutch adds color to any bridal palate.

Earthy brilliance handmade by Alexis Russell.


This prepossessing bridal braid loveliness is so romantic, and not to be forgotten.

Hairstyling by Salon Elizabeth, and hair color by Janet Freedman.


You’ll feel like you’ve jumped the pond with this amazing fascinator, and these beautiful druzie and geodes in rich jewel tones, truly make a bold statement.

This dipped-dyed silk veil. I can’t even!


Bringin’ it home with the styling and accessories from Something Blue by Leeandi’s.

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