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When it comes to adding a little lustre to your big day look, eye-catching wedding hair accessories are a must-have. After all, there aren’t many times in your life when you get to wear a tiara, a glittering halo or a beautiful vintage-look clip. So, why not make the most of it?
Our bridal experts have picked a selection of their favourite wedding hair accessories below, everything from clips and combs to tiaras and headbands. There really is something for every style, so read on to find yours…
The natural look
Let’s start with hair combs, which are great for accenting an updo or sweeping your hair up on one side if you’re wearing it down. Our stunning Lorelei comb features delicate flowers and leaves, decorated with glittering clear beads, crystals and gems. It’s a classic style that adds the perfect light touch of understated sparkle to any look.
Lovely Kai has delicate clay flower motifs and silver leaves embellished with iridescent crystals. It looks amazing worn with floral lace or 3D florals, and can be used as a charming hair comb or an elegant veil topper.
A dash of wow-factor
Irina has a totally different feel and is the perfect match for a statement modern gown or something with a vintage look. Its glittering gems and shimmering pearls add a touch of wow factor and it’s ideal for wearing at the top of your veil, with a sophisticated bun, or on the side with elegant Hollywood waves.
Pretty pearls and crystals
Hair clips next, and pretty Cienna is one of our most popular. The intricate florals are complemented by crystal-embellished leaf details and adorable scattered pearls. This also looks great worn as a clip or as a veil topper, and is fabulous with soft boho waves and plaits.
Gold or silver?
A halo is a great choice for you and your maids and is super easy to wear. Lila is a flexible bridal hair vine, complete with clay daisies and metallic leaves, finished with dainty pearlescent beads and crystals. It comes in both gold and silver and can be worn as a halo or woven through your hair. The choice is yours!
Super versatile sparkle
Kiara is another stylish halo that features clay flower motifs with crystal-embellished leaves. As with all of our accessories, the motifs are mouldable so you or your hair stylist can create the perfect look. Also, you may recognise Kiara, as it’s designed to complement our Kai hair clip so the two can be worn together.
A hairband is a great alternative if a tiara isn’t for you. It adds a touch of sparkle but is a little more understated. Maia is a romantic double-row silver hairband, embellished with beautiful crystals, beads and pearls, that’s the ideal choice for a classic or traditional wedding look.
Finally, we have our sparkling tiaras, the classic bridal accessory. Alexi is a traditional tiara with a modern twist, thanks to dozens of eye-catching crystals. Equally good with elegant waves as it is with a chic updo, you can’t go wrong with this beautiful accessory.
Fit for a princess…
Reina has a more regal feel and features intricate swirling metal work and sparkling bead embellishments. Combine this with a ballgown dress with plenty of sparkle for the ultimate princess bride feeling!
A modern romance
Then last, but certainly not least, we have delicate Aliyah. Shimmering pearls are scattered throughout, with one large crystal taking centre stage at the front of this feminine headpiece. Aliyah is a contemporary nod to the princess trend we know our brides love, and the perfect tiara for today’s modern brides.
So, have you chosen your favourite wedding hair accessory yet? If you’re still not sure, don’t forget you can head to your nearest WED2B store for more expert advice. Our staff can help you try on different hair accessories, offer styling tips, suggest matching items and much more… Have fun!
Click here to check out all our wedding hair accessories, then try on your favourites at your nearest WED2B store. Here’s what to expect when you visit, too. Lastly, for more inspiration, check out our Instagram, Facebook or TikTok accounts.
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