If you follow me on Instagram, you probably saw my teaser photo with the above image just before my wedding day. Today is the day where I finally reveal what was under the pretty blue tissue paper.
What are these beautiful baubles, you say? These are the gorgeous adornments from Happily Ever BorroWED to complete my look on the happiest day of my life (so far!).
If you haven't heard of Happily Ever BorroWED yet, allow me to introduce you! HEB is a genius company that allows brides to borrow absolutely stunning jewelry and accessories to complete a bridal ensemble. When I was browsing for wedding jewelry, there was no shortage of options. But as a bride on a budget, I simply couldn't justify spending such a large sum of money on jewelry that I might not ever have a chance to wear again.
Enter Happily Ever BorroWED.
For a small rental fee, HEB will send each bride their choice of tiaras, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, etc. from designers such as Enchanted Atelier, Jenny Yoo, and Justine M. Couture just in time to walk down the aisle. After the "I do's" are said, simply send the pieces back with the prepaid shipping label and continue on with your Happily Ever After!
Now here are the dreamy selections Happily Ever BorroWED sent me!
I fell in love with the Swarovski-covered Sabrina Comb by Enchanted Atelier the second I spotted it. It was the perfect addition to my hairstyle and rendered a veil completely unnecessary.
Although I didn't end up wearing this sparkletastic Elle & Jae rhinestone belt, I was absolutely enamored of it.
These sterling silver and Swarovski Diana earrings by Justine M. Couture went perfectly with the detailing on the neckline of my dress and were surprisingly light and comfortable for hours of dancing!
The Justine M. Couture Claudia Cuff is the initial reason I fell in love with Happily Ever BorroWED. Just look at it; it's breathtaking! And honestly, it was even better in person. I truly did not want to part with this piece even though I know I'd probably never get a chance to wear it again.
In case you can't tell, I was the world's happiest girl on my wedding day and I owe a part of that to Happily Ever BorroWED. If you're a bride-to-be, I would definitely suggest you take a look at their goods before deciding on your bridal accessories.