Kelly's flowering headpiece echoed the lush surroundings of her luxurious Fijian wedding. Ivory silk blooms sat on English velvet leaves to create a wildly romantic image in her loose locks. Wish we could have been there!
Beautiful bride Kate showed modern flare by having a headpiece instead of a veil. She kept a link to the past by incorporating her grandmother's brooch into her piece at her fabulous winter wedding. Congratulations Kate, you looked stunning.
We are so excited to be part of the action again at the best wedding fair in town. Missy will be exclusively debuting her new collection at One Fine Day 2013!.
We are delighted to announce a new partnership between Missy Jacobs Millinery and top bridal boutique Anna DaFonte. Anna DaFonte Bridal is Sydney's most luxurious and exclusive bridal salon. The exclusive Australian stockist of world renowned bridal designers Carolina Herrera, Reem Acra and Elizabeth Fillmore, Anna is meticulous in selecting only the best the world has to offer her brides.
Missy has created a special and exclusive range now available at Anna DaFonte.
53 Jersey Road
T (02) 9362 3219
Missy's first Racing Range 'National Velvet' is now for Sale! Luxury hats and headpieces for race day- all available with free same day courier service (Sydney) just in time for Oakes Day and the biggie on Tuesday! Payments can be made with credit cards over the phone 0407 200 900.
Above Left: 'Lucky in Pink' Sugarpaper velvet cocktail hat $255 (Featured in Marie Claire Magazine Nov 2012). Right: 'Derby Day' Ivory Lace and silk bloom cocktail hat $255
Above Left- 'Blue Pearl Bow' oversized wool bow with lace and pearl detailing cocktail hat $125
Above Left: 'Emerald Eyes Bloom' Sugarpaper velvet cocktail hat $220. Above Centre: 'Baby Birds Nesting' Cocktail hat $185
Above Left: 'Orange Blossom' sugarpaper velvet cocktail hat $255. Above Right: 'Winner's Gold Beret' sequined cocktail hat $225
Above: 'Hurry Hurry No 9' vintage Plum felt hat with grey grosgrain and swarovski bow $195.
Above: 'Lady in Waiting' Blusher with chiffon bow and freshwater pearl centre $175.
Above: 'It's a Winner Bow' Oversized Silk bow with antique dotty netting $250 (As featured in Marie Claire Magazine Nov 2012).
Above left: Hurry Hurry No 9. Above Right: Lady in Waiting, Hurry Hurry No 9 and It's a Winner Bow.
Above Left: 'Alice in Wonderland' lace and swarovski headpiece (attaches with pins) $195. Above Right: 'Bellisimo Felt Beret' Vintage cream and Italian brooch hat $175.
Above Left: 'Sunshine State' Sugarpaper velvet headpiece (on headband) $425. Right: 'Orange Blossom' Cocktail Hat $225.
Above: 'Trio Bloom' Sugarpaper velvet cocktail hat $220.
Above: 'Magnolia Bloom' cocktail hat $250.
Photoshoot from One Fine Day Fashion Parade' May 2012
Congratulations to Jacqui and Jayde! Modern day gal Jacqui married her man in an amazing tea length wedding dress (style envy!) in lush, tropical Queensland. She kept her accessories stylishly simple and topped it off with a little bespoke Missy Jacobs Millinery piece, white silk blooms and delicate netting.
A great example of how to do it right.
Beautiful bride Kelly married her man Daniel in Sydney wearing a bespoke Missy Jacobs Millinery piece that incorporated her grandmother's brooch, it was a beautiful way of having her there on Kelly's special day.
The bridesmaids pieces were Mulberry hand dyed, silk tulle rosettes with antique glass pearl centres. What a stunning bridal party!
We got married in a little white wooden dance hall built in the 1890's that sits right on the edge of Sydney harbour in a hidden cove. For us it was all about quality, old school romance and having an authentic vintage feel about the celebration. These elements extended to everything about the day, Shaun's suit was made by one of the oldest suit houses on Saville Row, I wore an intricate lace gown by a London designer, a pair of Vivienne Westwood jelly heels and a spectacular headpiece that I made myself. Not to mention the 3 love heart hats that i made for the bridemaids.
The headpiece was my 'something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue' all in one. The rosettes were made out of 100 year old French lace which was dyed by hand to achieve those blush coloured peach and pinky tones, the large mother of pearl comb was bought new on a trip to Paris' garment district and the grey silk tulle (ever so slightly blue) was refashioned 'borrowed' from the 1950's because it is no longer made.
I hope you all enjoy the photos with as much joy as the day brought me.
Claudia married Andrew, Sydney, March 2011, wearing a Missy Jacobs Millinery antique lace headpiece.