Jenny Packham - New Bridal Accessories

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    Becky

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    Jenny Packham have launched a new set of bridal accessories, and there are some extremely beautiful (if expensive) pieces. The style is romantic vintage - definitely worth taking a look.

    Here are some of my favourites:

    Poppy Crystal II
    Poppy-Crystal-Bridal-Headdress-II.jpg

    Feather Bridal Luxury I
    Feather-Bridal-Luxury-Headdress_1.jpg

    Onda Vintage Style
    onda-vintage-style-bridal-headdress-II.jpg

    Click here for the accessories shop.

    There are also new belts featuring the typical Jenny Packham detailing - perfect to add a glam touch to a simple dress.

    If you need any further persuasion, I can confirm I have worn my Jenny Packham Acacia II headdress twice since the wedding - it looks fab with a cocktail dress!
     
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    I am refusing to look on account of knowing I want one :)
     
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    I think I am particularly not looking at the first one.
     
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    I agree, that would look terrible ;)
     
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    Agreed Popple, it would look simply AWFUL! I'm sure you could knock something up with a few beads instead... ;)

    They certainly know how to charge! :blink:
     
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    i am so glad i didnt see these before buying my headband, think Gareth would of killed me.
     
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    Damn it it costs more than my dress. HUMPH.
     
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    i just had a closer look and it the same amount as the deposit for my dress. Gareth was not so impressed with me spending £900 on the dress but i think he would actually cry if i spent £450 on a head piece.
     
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    I want to wear my headpiece again now! I need to find a cocktail party to go to. And a cocktail dress.

    And the money to buy one!
     
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    Loving the Noir range, which would have pretty useful a year ago!
     
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    It's all so pretty! WANT! :lol:
     
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    I am stopping myself looking as I know i'll want it all could just imagine the OH's face if i told him i was spending £500 on a headpiece! :)
     
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