We are excited to announce our bridal hat line with Warbonnet Hat Works! They have beautifully created three hats for our WWM community.
These hats range from over the top to simple and classic and can be worn on your wedding and long after. When we dreamed of one day creating a hat line, we had no idea we would have the opportunity to do it so soon and with such a talented and amazing company. It was an honor working with Brooklyn and Dan. They are so extremely talented and we are thrilled they agreed to our crazy request.
We hope you love them just as much as we do! And if we’re being honest… we want each of them too!
The Mesa is for the bride that want’s to wear her hat after (or before) her wedding day. This is a hat that can be dressed up with florals but is also a statement piece as is.
Dress- Hico Mercatile // Jewlery- WWM x Calli Co. Silver // Concho Belt- Goldie Lew // Navajo Pearls- vintage find // Boots: Old Gringo // His Hat- Warbonnet Hat Works // His Shirt- Boot Barn // Hair – Leah Gul // Photography – Baleigh Creed Photo // Venue – Salt Creek Ranch
To be honest we had a hell of a time pinning down a name for this hat, until we landed on Reata. The color of rawhide, handmade, as historic as the ones that have been passed down through generations, and as timeless as the western women before us.
Dress – Georgios // Jewelry – Calli Co Silver x WWM // Florals – Blooming Buffalo Florals // Hair – Leah Gul // Makeup – Maddi Robbins // Photography – Baleigh Creed Photo // Venue – Rocker B Ranch
The Nevada is for our gals that like a little bit of flare in their life. She’s sage in color – hence the name, stands out in the crowd. A sure fire way to add a special touch to your wedding day essentials.
Dress – Georgios // Jewelry – Calli Co Silver x WWM // Florals – Blooming Buffalo Florals// Hair – Leah Gul // Makeup – Maddi Robbins // Photography – Baleigh Creed Photo // Venue – Rocker B Ranch