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Getting ready to walk down the aisle? If you’re prepping for the big day, you’ve likely started planning out every detail from seating charts to flower arrangements to makeup looks. But what about your wedding hair? While you may have envisioned wearing a traditional veil, we’d bet you didn’t consider that there are other wedding hair accessories to complement your ‘do with when you say “I do.” It all comes down to your hairstyle and the overall beauty look you aim to achieve. Want to step outside the box with an on-trend wedding hair piece? Below, we’re sharing 10 wedding hair accessories for 2019.
If there’s any day to feel like royalty, it’s your wedding day. Bring on the princess vibes by topping your hairstyle with a tiara. Even if you don’t think you’re the tiara type, don’t rule this wedding hair accessory out. Today, there are so many different styles of tiaras to choose from, ranging from classic scalloped to bohemian leaves. The best part is, they pair well with nearly any hairstyle and every hair length—whether you have short, medium, or long hair.
Flower crowns aren’t reserved for festival season, they also happen to be replacing veils left and right. What we love most about a flower crown is that the look is totally customizable. It’s up to you whether you want to rock a crown made of real or faux flowers, and you can pick the blooms that fit your beauty look (and color scheme) best. This means you can go for something as extravagant and romantic as roses or as humble and dainty as baby’s breath. This is another trending wedding hair accessory that works well with practically any hairstyle—though we love the look of one paired with a loose, side-swept braid.
Another way to embellish your wedding ‘do is with a hair comb! This wedding hair piece comes in all different shapes, sizes, and styles, but each one features a comb at the bottom that makes them super easy to add to your mane. They work particularly well with half-up hairstyles or updos so the comb has a place to rest. If you’re styling your own hair for the big day but aren’t a pro when it comes to updos, a hair comb is perfect for dressing up a simple bun!
Hair clips have certainly gotten an update as of late. We’re seeing them just about everywhere—from the runway to our social media accounts. Try adorning your wedding hair with a large, jeweled hair clip to really make a statement. We love the look of one placed just above the base of a sleek, sophisticated low ponytail hairstyle.
A classic hair accessory, headbands are another option that’s received a revamp. You may associate headbands with your childhood days, but they’ve had a glow up over the years. So much so that they’re worthy of adorning your wedding hairstyle! If you’re wearing your hair down (perhaps with some voluminous curls?), add one with a row of dainty pearls for a pretty, feminine touch.
We think halo headbands deserve a spot of their own on our list as they happen to be one of the hottest wedding hair accessories right now. A halo headband is just what it sounds like—a circular headband that rests along the top of your head or (if it’s a smaller halo headband) along the base of a voluminous bun! While these come in all sort of styles, we love the look of a halo headband with teardrop crystals—it’s perfectly fitting considering all the happy tears you (and the groom) are sure to shed.
This popular childhood accessory is taking over the beauty scene. Barrettes are a stylish accent to add to just about any hairstyle, which is why you should consider incorporating one (or a few) into your wedding ‘do. Use a jeweled or floral barrette to loosely secure your face-framing strands at the side of your head so you don’t have to worry about them getting in the way. This is the ideal accessory for the bride that doesn’t want all the attention to be on her hair, but still wants there to be something special about her style.
Hello, boho vibes! A head chain drapes over your head in a similar fashion to a halo crown, but instead of stopping at your hairline, it drapes onto your forehead. This accessory option is perfect for those who want their mane to be the star of their beauty look (besides the gown, of course!) as it’s a true statement piece. Typically, head chains are jeweled with crystals, making them the perfect medley of chic and bohemian.
Thinking about wearing a long braid or cascading curls on your wedding day? A hair vine is your wedding hair piece match. A hair vine is pretty much what it sounds like—a long chain that’s adorned with jewels or flowers that can be woven into your hairstyle. Consider weaving one through a braid for an intricate touch of elegance.
You may be curious as to how bobby pins can really count as a trendy wedding hair accessory. After all, aren’t they typically used to pin hair back and kept totally hidden? You’re right—bobby pins usually pin back strands in a discrete manner, but we’re not talking about your traditional bobby pins today. Bridal-approved bobby pins are a little different; they come decorated with a pearl, flower, or some other accent. Consider adding floral bobby pins throughout a waterfall braid to amp up the romantic vibes or pearl bobby pins along the side of your head to upgrade a side-swept ‘do.
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