“Something Red” for your holiday wedding


The Wed Eclectic peeps recently posted some red wedding goodies on their blog and it inspired me to scour their directory (and the rest of Etsy too) for chic, unique and whimsical Something Reds to spice up your holiday wedding look. Take your pick from the one-of-a-kind handmade items below.

red bridal sash

Rosebud Belt in Wine, Dark Red and Red from ProjectU

red and white bridal hat with birdcage veil

Red and white bridal hat with birdcage veil from Serephine

red flower bridal fascinator

Red Flower Fascinator Hat with Vintage Silver Medallion from LaCocoRouge (Wed Eclectic Team)

red bridal bolero jacket

Cherry red dupioni silk bridal bolero jacket from maryandangelika

red feather fascinator headband

Red feather fascinator headband from StudioWedbyMirela

retro girl red crinoline

Retro girl 3-tier soft chiffon red crinoline skirt from SwankUnderpinnings (Wed Eclectic Team)

silver and red circlet headpiece

Silver and red circlet headpiece from gringrimaceandsqueak

red wedding garter

Red wedding garter and black venise lace from TheLittleWhiteDress

red wedding fascinator

Red wedding fascinator with crystals from  MakeBelieveN (Wed Eclectic Team)

Red flower shoe clips

Red polka-dot chiffon flower shoe clips from hotmagnets

Hold on, let’s not forget your bridesmaids. I found these charming dresses from the ever-reliable ModCloth that your bridal party won’t hesitate to wear on other occasions again!

(Please note that a purchase of any of the dresses I’ve handpicked below will result in a commission for me.)

If you wore something red in place of something blue at your wedding, I would love to feature you. Send me a note here.

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  1. what type of feathers were used in the headband fascinator?

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