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Pretty things to in­sPire your Wed­ding-day style

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Pretty things to in­spire your wed­ding-day style.

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POS­I­TIVELY PRINCESS-WOR­THY

Pro bridal ac­ces­sory de­signer Jen­nifer Behr was re­cently in Canada at White Toronto to show her Spring 2019 col­lec­tion, which in­cludes stun­ning state­ment pieces that every mod­ern bride should em­brace. For a bride who’s look­ing to add a royal-in­spired touch to her hair­style, we es­pe­cially love the Camille cir­clet ($1,230, white­toronto.com).

This beau­ti­ful hair­piece is to­tally the el­e­vated flower crown we’d want to wear on our big day!—Kim­berly Agli­pay

Girls Who Wear Glasses

Glasses are an es­sen­tial ac­ces­sory many can­not do with­out, wed­ding day or not. When it comes to bridal-beau­ti­ful specs, Ta­nia Fugulin, cre­ative direc­tor of Mon­treal-based BonLook, says to choose a pair that re­flects your per­son­al­ity. She loves clear, rose-gold me­tal and em­bel­lished frames in fun shapes like cat’s eye (see the Keiko, above). “I would se­lect a new pair of glasses for your wed­ding and be mind­ful that they are an ac­ces­sory, so they should be chic but not over­power your beau­ti­ful face.”—Ali­son McGill

Brit Baubles

Links of Lon­don has ex­panded its Tea charm col­lec­tion with the ad­di­tion of play­ful 18-carat rose gold and ver­meil cup­cakes and straw­ber­ries, ster­ling-sil­ver daisies and royal-wor­thy sugar cubes sprin­kled with 216 sparkling pavé di­a­monds. Add them to one of the brand’s iconic Sweetie charm bracelets and you’ve got the mak­ings of a daz­zling wed­ding arm party.—Jen O’Brien

WE LOVE…

Ed­mon­ton-based Poppy Bar­ley’s cool leather goods, specif­i­cally the Ni­a­gara Cross Mules in lilac nubuck ($248, pop­py­bar­ley.com) which you can wear WAY be­yond your big day. Comfy, chic and Cana­dian de­signed!—J.O.

Be­spoke Bling

Carn­abys be­spoke jew­ellery com­pany re­cently opened its first re­tail lo­ca­tion in Toronto’s Lib­erty Vil­lage neigh­bour­hood. Fo­cus­ing on a tech­nol­ogy-driven ap­proach to jew­ellery de­sign, the com­pany uses pro­pri­ety soft­ware to work with cou­ples on the per­son­al­iza­tion of sig­na­ture pieces. Once de­signs are ap­proved, each piece is hand­made by lo­cal crafts­peo­ple us­ing the finest con­flict-free gems.—J.O.

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