Photos by Ron Greystar Photography
Gowns and headpieces by Amy-Jo Tatum

Whether you opt for a veil, wreath or hat, whatever you put on your head is one factor that will pull your whole look together. From the high drama of a picture hat to the ethereal sprinkle of tiny florals in your hair, there's a choice for every bride out there who wants to look unique.

The lace mantilla. Tulle and a wide border of Chantilly lace add a bit of romance to this strapless A-line.

Want a more sophisticated look? Picture yourself in this summer hat all decked out with a dozen hand-rolled cabbage roses. Versatile, wide brims work with a suit, an A-line, evening gown silhouettes; even a ball gown.

The net pouf is a choice for brides wanting a hybrid between headpiece and veil. Wide netting attached to florals make this look a cross between romantic and chic.

Want to look like Giselle? The floral wreath is ultra-romantic inspired by images of sylphs and ballerinas. This wreath of dried silk roses and baby's breath is the perfect compliment for tulle and floral ball gown.

Go elegant. Simple gown, simple compliment. Three hand-rolled organza roses secured into a chignon.
Thanks to Ron Greystar for making this such a gorgeous and memorable shoot. Look for him at http://www.rongreystar.com/