Gina Foster S/S11 Wedding Millinery Collection
Hopeless romantic, retro chick or elegant lady (don’t you know) – whatever your bridal style, Gina Foster has your fab wedding fascinator covered…
This collection is available for viewing and ordering by appointment now, and will arrive at the Gina Foster boutique in March 2011.
Tie sonnets to the napkins, give anthologies as favours and nod to the poets with these three quills at your literary-themed wedding. Perfect with a simple cream cowl-neck at a low-key ceremony, or to top off the drama of a sweeping period gown, just add vintage yellow gold earrings for a fitting tribute to romantics past.
Adam and Eve Mews by Gina Foster.
Take a Bow
Add a twist of girlie fun to your village-féte wedding with this cutesie oversized bow. Stick with chic black for some modern edge against a knee-length lace bridal gown, or go Fifties bold with bright red and a Candy Anthony polka-dot prom dress.
De Vere Gardens by Gina Foster. Colours available to order.
Run the Good Race
Give Ascot-elegance a run for its money at your day-at-the-races themed wedding: just add this rosette-style headpiece in feminine lavender and lilac. Pair it with a retro tea-length dress and purple button brooch, and carry purple crocuses or tulips down the aisle.
Cornwall Gardens by Gina Foster.
All There in Black and White
Lead a Sixties-chick revival with a quirky monochrome look: black kitten heels, black waist sash and this funky side-worn hat. Keep lips pale and foundation matte, add a swipe of pastel eyeshadow and swap the retro mini-skirt for a classic white shift dress – foxy.
Campden Hill Square by Gina Foster.
We’re thinking farmhouse jams, a big wooden barn and this orange-feathered headpiece for the perfect harvest-festival reception. Wear with a cream or blush-peach wedding dress for a warm autumnal feel, and wrap up in a sienna faux-fur or feathered shrug.
Duke’s Lane by Gina Foster.
Bed of Roses
Forget the bouquet – it’s all about these delicate hair roses as you float down your spring aisle in that fairytale dress. Refine the look with a polished crop for a sophisticated feel, or lose the birdcage veil and go boho with just the blossoms and romantic waves.
Blossoms only, as seen on page one: Abbingdon Villas; with birdcage veil, Abbotsbury Road, both Gina Foster.
Bride in Bloom
Now that you’ve got the perfect fascinator, why not co-ordinate it with your jewellery and make-up, or find the dream wedding dress to match?