February 22

Eye Candy: Wedding Hats Fit for a Princess

Rumor has it that couture hat designer Philip Treacy will be designing hats for the wedding party at the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Treacy has outfitted starlets like Sarah Jessica Parker in the past, and Middleton herself is said to be a big fan of his work.

Here are a few samples of his artistic hat designs. Do you think wedding hats will be a big hit after the royal nuptials? After the wave of brides who followed in the footsteps of Princess Di in the early 1908s, we don’t think a Princess Kate craze will be too far behind…

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Katie M. is a Writer at Wedding Paper Divas. She has the privilege of viewing nearly every piece of stationery before it goes up on the website, giving her the ultimate inside scoop on upcoming trends in the stationery world. She loves classic designs with a surprising twist, and enjoys finding new ways to express her ever-evolving personal style—a blend of traditional glamour and bohemian whimsy that makes Wedding Paper Divas a perfect fit! In addition to her love for writing, Katie is obsessed with health and fitness, skincare, UC Santa Barbara, all things adorable, the beach, dancing, cooking, getting real mail, fresh flowers, discount shopping, and shoes (who isn’t?). Katie is a contributing editor to Diva Dialogue. Be sure to check out her recurring feature, “Rant or Rave.”

2 thoughts on “Eye Candy: Wedding Hats Fit for a Princess

  1. Sammy-J

    It wouldn’t be surprising if Phillip Treacy were to design hats for the Royal Family at the wedding. My guess is that The Queen will definitely be in a hat not a fascinator. After all, she has only ever worn one once, before.

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