Flower wedding hairpins trio set in mother of pearl and crystal - Coralie


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This set of three hairpins are a delicate cluster of tiny carved mother of pearl flowers mixed with crystals and pearls to create a simple hairpin which can be styled alone or in groups to build your own wedding hair accessory.

Coralie has a bohemian ethereal feel and can be worn in a variety of ways and would suit most bridal styles.

Try adding Coralie to other matching designs in the Wild Rose and Enchanted collections - here we've created a beautiful style by adding three rose gold hair pins to the rose gold Annette hairvine on a stunning bridal plait.

You can also see a gold Annette vine worn on the top of the head with three rose gold and three gold Coralie pins alternated and pinned so they sit proud of the head to create a fairytale style tiara or crown.

The final image shows two Coralie hair pins added to the Evie hair vine so it looks as though one hairvine has been pinned through the low bun up-do.

The gold hairpins use shimmering antique gold crystals which are hand-wired on gold-plated wire to create a stunning warm glow. The silver Coralie pins mix clear crystal beads and freshwater pearls on silver-plated wire while the rose gold pins use sparkling rose gold crystals and rose gold-plated wire.

Coralie sits on a mid-brown two-prong hair pin which will tone with most hair colours and will easily push into an up-do. To wear the pin with loose fine hair you can pin the prongs more securely into place with a kirby grip.

The pins come in sets of three in a beautiful presentation box, making them a wonderful gift for your attendants. You can also buy extra branded presentation boxes if you would like to split up this set amongst your bridesmaids as a keepsake gift.

The jewelled area of Coralie measures approximately 5.5cm by 4.5cm.

Check out Debbie's quick 'Coralie' hair pin styling video below for more ways to style these pretty floral pins:

For more wedding hair pin styling tips and tricks visit Debbie's blog.