Proposals: Heading To The Altar

If there is a creator with her finger on the pulse of wedding fashion, it’s Danani’s Dani Hagemeister.

Since the headpiece designer launched her first bridal collection last year, it’s been full steam ahead. Requests for the Salt Lake native’s veils and bridal caps flock in from national and international brides seeking unique complements to their wedding day ensembles.


“I may start with a theme, then an inspirational gown, then I’ll move on to create pieces based upon what a bride would feel most special wearing,” says Hagemeister. “Since weddings are once in a lifetime events, brides should be able to look back and think, ‘Everything was so me.'” Her handmade adornments also include pins, bobbies, hair jewelry, headbands and headpieces.

What’s next in bridal fashion? Say goodbye to one-size-fits-all bridal style. “Personal fashion is becoming even more intertwined with bridal style,” says Hagemeister. “Uniqueness is going to be the THE trend, which is perfect because the more bespoke and less mass-produced styles have the ability to stand the test of time.”
Danani’s handmade bridal caps range in price from $150 to $420. For a complete collection, visit


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