It’s no secret we love designer jewelry and designer handbags, but how about a designer wedding? When we saw this Hermes-inspired wedding shoot in France, we were smitten. A seaside affair featuring some of our favorite luxury scarves? What’s not to love?
We just can’t get over the perfectly Hermes styled invitation suite. The scarf print backing on the wedding invitation is the perfect way to introduce the chic theme of the day. A picnic style lunch is the ideal meal, and the bride dons her own silk scarf to add a pop of color to her sweet wedding day look. We love this idea so much, we started thinking about how we could inject a little Hermes style into our own Wedding Wednesday.
There’s no better way to add color to a trendy wedding dress than with an Hermes bangle. This vintage H logo is stunning with kelly green, acid green and lemon yellow enamel. It’s perfect for a spring or summer wedding with a fresh color palette, and wouldn’t be out of place in a vineyard or at the Ace Hotel in Palm Springs. It’s versatile, it’s chic, and it’s something you’ll definitely need to wear again.
For a more subtle approach, donning an elegant 18kt yellow gold watch – this vintage Comtesse watch in particular – is a gorgeous way to wear jewelry in an unexpected way. It will also get you to the church on time.
If you’re still hunting for something blue and nothing but luxury will do, might we suggest the Hermes Medor clutch? Sumptuous blue alligator skin as accented by silver stud hardware, adding an edge to this super refined look.
If you’re looking to spread the Hermes love, this silk pocket square (the Grand H pocket square) is a sweet and stylish gift for your groom. Or, if it’s within your budget (these are only $140) you could give them as groomsmen’s gifts – they come in a host of colors that you can match to your wedding’s color scheme.
If you are looking to splurge, these gorgeous Derby shoes are a luxurious present for your groom. In black calfskin with a rubber mini-H sole (Hermes footprints!) they make for a striking set of kicks. At $790 they aren’t cheap, but this kind of quality is what Hermes is known for (along with their high prices).