Accessories are everything if you want to look your best on your wedding day. They are the finishing touches that elevate your look and make it your own. If you’ve already picked a gown for your big day, but are still undecided on what accessories to wear with it, you’ve come to the right place.
Let’s begin with the main accessories that brides need to consider first- head or hair accessories. Are you looking to wear a veil? Or do you want to look like a royalty wearing an exquisite tiara over your head? Do you fancy wearing a simple yet charming headband instead? Let’s take a closer look at these bridal accessories. We’ll also give you some fresh and stylish examples that you can include in your checklist.
From sophisticated birdcage veils to ballet-length veil, traditional bridal tiara to crystal-encrusted crowns, or minimalist hair clips to sentimental hair bands, here’s a preview of modern and trendy bridal accessories that will give you an idea of what compliments your style and dress.
Tiaras are not only reserved for princesses! If you want an elegant finish, you should consider wearing a tiara over your head. It may not be for every bride, but for those who want to look classy and sophisticated on their wedding day, this is an accessory worth looking into.
Brides looking for traditional and royal wedding-worthy head accessories will never go wrong with this Layla tiara by Maria Elena. The Swarovski crystal-embellished design is fashioned into a simple yet stunning crown-like silhouette that will look good with any type of ball gown wedding dress. This tiara is proof that the all-over sparkle it gives is classy, not tacky. The silver hue and Swarovski detail beautifully capture light from all angles and look immaculate in every photo. You can even customise the headwear to your preference, from silver to antique gold, rose gold, or rustic Havana.
If you are only looking for a hint of sparkle, this exquisite Halo tiara is a stunner and the perfect finishing touch to your elegant wedding day attire. It is lightweight, so you don’t have to worry about messing up your updo.
Tiaras are statement-making headpieces that are excellent accessories for modern women who love fashion-forward designs coupled with luscious embellishments that don’t steal the spotlight from their wearer.
Bridal veils were historically worn to represent purity and modesty, especially for couples commemorating their union during a religious ceremony. While there are brides that forego wearing veils on the day of their wedding, the majority of women still prefer wearing them due to the symbolism attached to them. Today, modern-day veils are primarily designed to capture the essence and personal style of each and every bride.
So, if you’re still unsure whether or not you need a wedding veil, here are a few things worth considering. Veils are actually figure flattering. Depending on the length and style of veil you choose, it can lengthen your torso or balance the fullness of your bridal gown. In short, a wedding veil can make you look slimmer on your big day. The right style will also complement your gown silhouette, making it look more stunning.
If you are wearing a simple wedding dress, you can pair it up with an elegantly adorned wedding veil. For instance, this Berta Colony Veil is a one-tier cathedral shape veil adorned with 3D flowers that accessorises not only your head but your entire look. The length can be customised based on your height and dress style, too.
Another famous veil style is the Mantilla veil which is heavily influenced by Spanish fashion. It consists of a single layer of fabric trimmed with exquisite lace details. A Mantilla veil is installed a few inches from the hairline and worn flat over the head. This is heavily seen among Catholic brides as the style is reminiscent of the veils worn by women when attending mass. Mantilla is the perfect complement for modest wedding dresses, for religious or personal reasons.
If tiaras are a little overboard for your taste or a veil is too cumbersome to manage, you may opt to adorn with it hair accessories instead. Elevate your hairstyle with an exquisite pair of hair pins or an embellished hairband that will make your guests swoon with admiration.
For traditional brides, a pearl headband or crystal-encrusted hair comb is inarguably chic and timeless. These accessories will never go out of style and can be worn even after your wedding day. You can never go wrong with a hair clip with simple yet classic jewels in it. If you want something more simple and inexpensive, how about a customised hair clip with flower detailing? This will look good whether you choose to wear your hair up or down. These accessories may be small, but they add character to your entire look.
If you want to check out more hair accessories, check out our captivating collection here. You may also set an appointment to check them out in person by calling the Kayrouz Bridal direct line on 02 9262 2151 today.