The Heirloom Collection by Tania Maras

by | Accessories, Bride, Fashion, Hair and Beauty


Beautiful handmade bridal accessories are always a favourite of mine and the beautiful designs of Tania Maras (who used to be known as Percy Handmade) with their romantic, feminine aesthetic continue to set the standard for stunning bridal pieces.

Tania, is inspired by one sole mission “to redefine bridal accessories for the new generation of brides.” Each piece designed as something a bride connects to on a personal level, showcasing not only her personal style on her wedding day, but lasting to become an heirloom piece- a snapshot of a very important day passed down to generations to come.

Tania’s beautifully crafted wedding crowns, beaded hairpieces, delicate bridal jewels and ethereal wedding veils combine Tania’s feminine styling with a modern edge – giving brides to be the chance to experience the best of both worlds.

If the extensive ready to wear collection doesn’t take your fancy, Tania creates bespoke pieces with custom designs tailored to your own wishes and desires. Her Australian based team leave no bead unturned as they work to the highest of standards for every single creation.
The Heirloom collection is available via the Tania Maras website.


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  • Kandy says:
    August 27, 2019 at 2:28 pm

    I absolutely love the off the shoulder boho wedding dress, the one where the girl is sitting on the stool. I looked at some of the designers links below to find the dress, but still haven’t found it. Do you happen to know specifically which designer made that dress, and the name of the dress? I am just completely in love with that dress, and wish you could see her standing up in it. Thanks for sharing these photos and links!:)

    • Ms Fleur De Lys says:
      August 28, 2019 at 12:05 pm

      Hi there Kandy,

      Since this shoot was from a few years back it’s likely the dress is no longer on the label’s website. Your best bet might be to ask the stylist if they can remember or to send the photo to each of the labels as an enquiry.

      It is lovely.

      Good luck!



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