God created- woman and she created ‘bride’! You will be called ‘bride’ once in your life and everything from head to toe that made you a bride will be etched in the memories of everyone forever and a day. And as you have found your dream wedding gown at the best prices (phew, half the battle!), let’s think of accessorizing it to accentuate not only your designer outfit but also your bridal look. Just like a sprinkler on a doughnut, cute accessories always top your wedding look up and help bring out your wedding dress and pull it all together. From headpiece to veil to wedding shoes, every single accessory does its part to make you look like a princess on your wedding day. Any accessory you select should complement your beautiful gown, rather than compete with it for attention.
To get that one perfect look you’ve got to choose numerous things such as headpieces, jewelry, flower crowns, sashes and belts, boleros, clutches, shawls, shoes, a veil, and whatnot from the sea of bridal accessories. Choose pieces that are on-trend and highlight your gorgeous dress in the best possible way. When selecting bridal accessories, make sure they are complementing each other and putting your overall look together. Not only should they match your dress, but also your wedding theme as well as your bridal look. Also, there are accessories that need special care while putting them on. For example, if it’s a fairytale wedding and you are dreaming to look like a princess, a glinting tiara will give the crowning touch. Pair this classic piece with tousled hair to make it modern. Also, if you fancy wearing a veil then don't attach it to your headpiece. The weight of the veil will drag back your crown, and you will find yourself removing it far earlier in the proceedings than it deserves. The tiara and dress must not compete, if you have a loud tiara and a loud dress then you lose the bride. Let your bridal accessories ring out to your loved ones the real you, the beautiful you!
The best ever accessory to top your look off no doubt is confidence and that comes when you are sure about what you are wearing. No matter how trendy they are, if the accessories you donned are not in accordance with your parts, face, complexion, hair, or makeup, your all efforts will go down the drain in a wink. For example, a pair of drop earrings can elongate a round face shape and a choker length necklace works perfectly with a heart-shaped face. Therefore, rather than wearing accessories that are all the rage, it’s best if you pick the pieces that suit your features and enhance your overall physical appearance. It may be hard to keep yourself from the charm of an accessory that you love or wear something that is very ‘on trend’, however, if it does not go with your outfit or suit your personality better not wear it. By the way, why wear on-trend pieces that tend to date, when you could wear classic pieces that will stand the test of time. Be mindful, when considering the look you are going for before donning for trend-focused accessories.
There is a neckpiece for every wedding dress neckline, highlighting the key areas, like your decolletage. Let the neckline of your dress decide whether you need a necklace or not. If you’re going to slip into a strapless gown or sweetheart neckline, you could forego the necklace and accentuate your look with a pair of elegant earrings. This keeps the focal point on the dress and helps frame your face. You could also add some silk flowers to your hair for a more fresh feel, or some vintage pins teamed up with an antique bracelet to complete the look. For a halter style dress also, you don’t need to accessorize the neckline. A romantic updo hairstyle with hair accessories will do the trick. Add some sparkle with a floral-inspired headband or crown, or try some crystal pins to pull back some of your locks and show off your shoulders ahem outfit. However, if you are wearing a V-neck dress, sure deck up your decolletage. A sophisticated pendant or locket is an elegant way to accessorize, maybe incorporate a family heirloom or pearls, or go for a statement piece, like a crystal choker or bib necklace with matching earrings. A necklace is a statement piece to your bridal look so be mindful of picking one to stand out on your red-letter day.
If you think that they won’t get a chance to see your feet, we must say- “you never know!” Maybe you would want to just kick off your shoes and dance like crazy with your sweetheart or bridesmaids. And who knows he just lifts you up all of a sudden to flaunt his love for you! Additionally, you would want to go bare-feet for some breathtaking sunset shots with your BAE, if you are getting married at a lakefront or beach wedding venue. On your special day, the wedding shoes might be stealing the show, however, no extremities including your feet and toes can escape from the eyes that are on you only. People will inevitably notice your feet whether they are under your sparkling shoes or open-toed shoes. Glam your pedicured feet up with nice nail paints. We are not saying match your fingernails with toes (that’s dated!). But if you opt for a French manicure on your fingertips, try other shades like pink, orange, red, or dark colors on your toe nails.
Close-up shots of your gorgeous ring are the must-have photos so make your tips before the photographer’s zoom in on your extremities. Be photo-ready from head to toe with well-manicured, buffed, and polished nails as best as you can! Nude nail polish and classic French manicures are the arresting nail-looks for brides that are so current. However, if plain nails aren’t really your thing, nail art is just the thing to elevate your manicure. A bit of glitter or embellishment will draw even more attention to your ring and make your close-up wedding photos even more awe-inspiring. With that said, you would want to see these splendid wedding nails. Select your nail polish that is in perfect harmony with the shade of your spray tan, the color of your gown and hair, bridesmaids’ dresses, florals in your bouquet, and style of your make-up! If blush pink, French manicure, white or soft nude don’t excite you go for a bold color but only if it matches your lipstick or flowers.
They say, “Whatever you do, have fun while doing it.” And what can be more fun than prepping ourselves? Remember those childhood days when you tip-toed to your mom’s dressing room and applied her cosmetics on your face or walked on her high heels? For your most special day, all you have to do is look hands down gorgeous! Finding a wedding dress might be overwhelming but so is not with bridal accessories. Shopping for jewelry, necklaces, hair ornaments, high heels, even a lovely bridal clutch or handbag is totally fun. Bridal accessories may not be in the first few most important items of your bridal checklist but carry high weightage in giving you the look of your dreams. And when it comes to your big day, even the smallest of details matter.
While most of the spotlight will be on your scintillating designer gown on the big day, it’s still good to make sure your accessories fit squarely in your bridal look and wedding theme alike. Accessories can change an outfit more than anything else. Take your pick of designs for your personalized bridal look. From crystal headbands catching the light and complementing almost any hairstyle or wedding theme to embellished combs and clips that easily slip into your any style- sleek chignon, an upswept twist, or long and loose locks. Although with enough time and options at hand and ample self-analysis, choosing perfect accessories is a no-brainer however, you gotta be very very careful while picking them for that jaw-dropping finishing look. As bridal accessories can make or break your outfit and when chosen thoughtfully they can take your bridal look to notches higher.
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