The 2020 Collection
Bridal Accessories for the Modern Romantic
Welcome to our online market place! Hushed Commotion is a Brooklyn based company with a love for hand crafting, attention to detail, and all things vintage inspired. Our founder, Thea, creates wedding day accessories that are intricate & delicate, with clean lines and an appreciation for vintage motifs. We offer bridal belts & sashes, wedding day hair combs, tiaras, halos, hair vines, a range of earrings, wedding day bracelets, silk tulle veils, cathedral veils, beaded veils, birdcage veils, wedding occasion dog collars, honeymoon earrings, custom beaded shoes and bridesmaid gifts.
We have a beautiful Brooklyn studio where all our items are made, and where we welcome private client appointments.
Our studio and team are happy to accommodate custom orders, please feel free to reach out.
People Love Hushed Commotion
Thea is AMAZING. I fell in love with her Paloma belt and was determined to wear it at our wedding-- even before I had found my dress! Finally, I found the perfect dress to complement it and asked her if she might make custom earrings to match. She was quick to draw up two mock styles and was open to my suggestions on which bead/jewels I'd love in each place! They were just perfect. I received so many compliments and will cherish these unique pieces for many years. Thank you, Thea!!!
Thea created a custom headpiece and was so helpful and accommodating throughout the entire process. She took in my vague ideas and suggestions, even a change in wedding dress style, in stride and came up with an amazing piece that I will treasure forever.
I can't even begin to express how talented Thea is and how beautiful all of her pieces are! If you're looking for something soft, whimsical and modern, you will not be disappointed. Every piece is designed and handmade by Thea. After discussing what I was looking for, I met with Thea at her studio, tried on a few things and a few weeks later, my headpiece arrived. It was stunning - exactly what I was looking for. Thanks Thea!