top of page

Our pick of bridal hair accessories this season (and where to get them!)

It's a question we always get asked by Brides - 'what hair accessories would you recommend, and where to go to get the nicest ones?' Well here's a little inspiration for you. 

We've avoided the obvious Amazon, eBay, Not on the High Street and Etsy, but obviously they do lots of options too.

All the places we've suggested do loads of styles (from combs to vines and everything in between) - we've just picked some of their standout pieces. 

A modern take on the Princess tiara They often say you're only going to have one chance to wear a tiara, so you may as well make the most of it..and why not, who doesn't want to feel like a Princess on their wedding day? But now there's lots of more interesting and contemporary styles to choose from. This beautiful ethereal tiara which sets off texturised and tousled hairstyles is from - 'Valkyrie Crown of Leaves' £175

The statement flower crown Boho is a trend that's likely to stick around, and with such a fashionable selection of accessories to play it up, its little wonder why. This beautiful neutral toned wreath of blooms is from - 'Martha Rose Crown headband' £38

The grown up Alice Band Why have one hairband when you can have two? This style is classic yet very youthful in its feel, and looks equally good on updo's as it does down hairstyles. This particular one is from - 'Butterfly by Matthew Williamson - Designer double row crystal leaf and pearl headband' £32

The Leaf draped hair piece Embrace your inner goddess with a Grecian styled hair piece. This whimsical piece is the perfect decoration for an 'undone' up do, working well with both Grecian and Woodland themed wedding styles. I found this at - 'Alba Leaves and Pearl Bridal Hair Vine' - £149

The delicate hair vine Really popular in recent years, the hair vine is super adaptable, very pretty and perhaps a more subtle decorative hair accessory than some, which is probably why many Brides opt for this. Varying in lengths, and pliable to work as wreaths, woven into updo's of half upstyles, it really is a great all rounder. This faux pearl and crystal one's from trusty - 'Pearly hair vine' - £20

The vintage hair pin Crystal/beaded/pearly/sparkly, you name it, there's a hair pin with every embellishment you can think of out there. Perfect for enhancing curled updo's, they're a great non fuss option to set off your bridal hair style. I particularly like these vintage feel faux crystal ones from 'Darling daisy wedding hair pins' - £26 for 2. 

Featured Posts
Check back soon
Once posts are published, you’ll see them here.
Recent Posts
Search By Tags
No tags yet.
Follow Us
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square
  • Google+ Basic Square
bottom of page