You’ve got your wedding dress, now you need to think about your accessories. Choosing your accessories should be just as important as your dress. In particular, your veil and hair accessories need to go with your overall look, whether that’s vintage bride or a trendy bride who wants something to wear with her crop top at her wedding. Even if you’re a bride who wants to go for a minimalist look, you still may want to add a little something extra to your look. There are so many different styles to choose from that even those who think veils and hair accessories are dated, will reconsider them.
Take a look at 13 wedding veils for the modern bride:
Crystals and lace are common wedding veil embellishments, but how about feathers and pearls? This two-tier veil is decorated with both and the square cut, raw edges add just a little bit more edge.
If you want to keep with a traditional white gown, you can still add color to other areas of your look. This blusher veil is the perfect way to do it. It’s decorated with gold florets and gems.
If you’re going for a bohemian look, you can’t go wrong with a floral crown. This one from ASOS‘s affordable bridal range won’t break the bank, unlike most of the things in your wedding.
You do not have to limit your hair accessories to strictly bridal ones. If you want to upgrade your hair, try adding this rhinestone hair drape. It would look beautiful on the back of a half-up hairstyle or on a ponytail.
Birdcage veils are always a popular option. They’re a bit retro and will make you feel like Kate Middleton when you wear one. This one is snazzier than your average veil thanks to the organza bloom.
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Add some decoration to your wedding hairstyle with a scattering of hair clips. You don’t need to worry about coordinating mismatched clips with this set of three golden hairpins.
This blusher-style veil has pretty court lace flower appliques that frame the face, so you get the look of hair accessories and a veil in one striking piece.
A headband can make just as much of a statement as a veil. This intricate headband is decorated with lace fabric, faux pearls and gold-plated trims.
One part veil, one part mask, this rhinestone birdcage veil looks good whatever way you style it. Consider how you are going to wear your hair so you can switch up your veil throughout the evening without it messing up your hairstyle.
It’s your wedding and if you want to wear a fascinator, no one should stop you. If you wanted to wear a bird of your head a la Carrie Bradshaw, you should.
This blusher veil looks good from every angle, and that is a very important considering the number of photos that are going to be taken. It would look just as pretty if you wore your hair down with it.
It’s common to stick with an all-white color palette with a pop of blue for your bridal look. However, adding different metals into the look can be just as pretty. This flower headband is delicate, but the gunmetal color toughens it up ever so slightly.
The accessories in J.Crew‘s bridal collections are just as amazing as the dresses. This handcrafted comb has silk flowers that will add a sweet touch to your look.