Partnered Post: Haus of Ariella

Ever looked at the stuff that traditional wedding sites are trying to sell you and think, “Um. Y’all… that ain’t me. I’m not [sophisticated, vintage, rustic, chic, whatever] enough for that wedding veil.” Maybe it’s because you’re a little more Doctor Who then Dr. Oz or maybe you Rock the Casbah and not your SexyBack. Whatever the reason, sequins and lace are not your things. Enter Haus of Ariella!

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Image courtesy of: Haus of Ariella

Haus of Ariella is an etsy seller who is THE place to buy unique, handmade, geeky and music-related items for yourself, gifts, and for your wedding. There you’ll find a large selection of everything for geeks and music lovers from Doctor candles and Dalek cake toppers to birdcage veils with upcycled record fascinators and Beatles cuff links. And that? IS TOTALLY AWESOME!

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Image courtesy of: Haus of Ariella

Dying to (literally) rock that birdcage veil? You can with this headpiece made of a vintage 45 record ("Love Machine" by The Miracles) with crinkled edges attached to a white birdcage veil.

Or maybe you’re hoping to turn some heads with a showstopping, one-of-a-kind veil? This beautiful red lace shoulder-length wedding veil will fall just past your shoulders and make your entrance one that the photographer (and your future spouse) will love.

 

But what about the reception? Pffft, Haus of Ariella has go you covered! These personalized votive candle wedding favors can do triple duty – centerpiece, favor, and décor! Holla! Personalize them with your names, initials, wedding logo, wedding date, photos, or just about anything else!

I adored cruising through the unique items available at Haus of Ariella (and LOVED that I was supporting a small US business). My personal favorites were the Dalek cake toppers, the record birdcage veils, and the Beatles cufflinks (can you say groomsmen gifts?). What were your favorites from the site? Are you a Doctor Who, Beatles, or Star Wars fan? Are you always looking for new and unique birdcage veils? Let’s hear it in the comments!

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