Brides: Let’s accessorize your wedding day look!

The bride is a vision of beauty when she steps into a room full of all the people she loves, her groom standing at the top waiting for her, her loving father on her arm carrying out the duty of giving her away on the big day. When you envision this moment how do you see yourself, how is your hair? what accessories are complimenting your dress? Yes, the bride’s outfit is primarily about her dress but what you can add to the dress in the form of accessories is an endless realm of creativity! Here’s a few pieces reminders of the different additions to your dress that you can make all depending on seasons, themes and taste.


Fresh Flowers


Fresh flowers in your hair add a very natural look to the wedding and are a great substitute if you are choosing not to go with a veil.



Bridal Bolero/Jacket


Depending on the time of year it may be a good idea to have some sort of cover up that matches your dress. This will be ideal for in the church or when taking your photos. Sometimes a lace bolero or matching piece changes the look of the dress so you can have one look at the reception and another in the church. Shawls, long sleeved jackets are fluffy winter boleros are great additions to a winter wedding.


Tiaras & Hairpieces


If you would like to feel truly like a princess on your wedding day you can opt for a tiara or something a little more subtle. Beautiful headbands are a great substitute again if you are choosing not to wear a veil however tiaras look beautiful with veils as well.


Hats & Headpieces

Feel like making a statement and doing something a little unique. Check out these fabulous looks to inspire you into what you might like to accessorize with!





You couldn’t have a truly traditional wedding without a veil. There are so many options out there to match every different style of dress, a person’s height and theme associated with the wedding. Always bear in mind veils are a great accompaniment to your dress and you can take it off for the reception if you want to achieve the more ‘laid back’ look.



Bouquet Style


Your bridal bouquet is very important. It rests at the centre of your dress, brings colour to your ensemble and its shape and style in someway signifies your personality as there are many different types to choose from. Choose it wisely as it will be present in many a picture and guests always discuss the flowers!


Keely is an assistant Wedding Planner for The Wedding Expert and Editor and Blogger for Wedding High. She adores everything about weddings, is crazy about travelling and languages and has a weakness for cheese boards!

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Photo Credits:

Fresh Flowers: Floral headpiece via, Hair corsage via Pinterest, Circle headband via Pinterest, Daisy piece via, Bride with bun via

Bridal Bolero/Jacket: Lace bolero via, Long sleeved piece with collar via, winter bolero via, Ivory jacket via

Tiaras and hairpieces: Side tiara via, Headband via Etsy, Princess tiara via, 3 way headband via, Gold & Silver piece via Myweddingbag,com, Jewels with teadrop via

Hats & Headpieces: Flower headpiece via Onewedd, Wedding hat via , Netted piece via Etsy, Headpiece with feather via, Heart piece via, Jewelled piece via

Veils: Mid length lace trim via, Long veil by, thick edged veil via, Veil with detail via, Short veil via, Chapel length via

Types of bouquet: Left to Right: Nosegay, Biedermeier, Round, Pomander, Posy, Cascade, Pageant, Pageant, Ballerina, Organic.

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