Just Landed: at Koo De Ker

Playful hair accessories for brides, 'maids, and all SLC gals

It’s no secret we’re big fans of (see here and here), so it was a good day for us and all local gals when Salt Lake City boutique Koo De Ker recently announced they’ll be carrying’s playful hair accessories. (Bad hair days and boring tresses, be gone!) Check out the crush-worthy sequin heart hair clips/brooches and sequined, crystal, and glitter bobbis that will soon be available at Koo De Ker:





Koo De Ker owner Kyong An Millar says these pieces make great bridesmaid gifts, and are fun for brides to wear on the wedding day–we couldn’t agree more!

We chatted up Millar about why she decided to stock the line in her charming 9th & 9th shop:

I’ve always loved the line for myself. It’s a fun and whimsical way to add a little sparkle to your hair, especially in the summer months when so many girls wear their hair up–the pieces are great for accenting a cute top knot. When reached out to us about carrying the line, we were thrilled!

As the proud owners of’s glitter bobbis and mini heart clips, we can personally attest to their cuteness. We give the items the SLPCBG stamp of approval.

The collection will officially be in store in a couple of weeks. For updates, follow stalk Koo De Ker on Facebook and Instagram.

2 Comments on “All In The Details: The Importance of Paper Goods at Weddings

  1. Such a great post! Many times, people think they should save money by doing the stationery themselves, but it tends to end up looking home-made (which, of course, is just what it is.) It really isn’t very expensive to have it done professionally, especially when you take into account the time, effort, and headaches saved. Anyone can contact me through my website if they want more info on design and printing services.

  2. Paper? Somebody said “Stationery”….Oh My! As a calligrapher I get excited when I see lovely invitations and custom designed stationery! I love accentuating people’s stationery with hand lettering. But enough about that! I concur with Megan: the invitation is what sets the tone of a wedding as it is the introduction to the extravagant affair for the guests. Do it well…. after all, it is YOUR big day!

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