Summer weddings are all about strapless dresses, beach destinations and showing a little extra skin under the sun. But, after the sun goes down and the stars come out, you may need a little something extra to add to your wedding dress.
The extravagant feather number above is a great way to switch up your look while adding a little extra warmth. It's fringe-y feel and blush color makes it a dream come true for both a vintage or modern bride.
If you're looking for something with a little lighter coverage but that still has the classic elegance of a bride, lace is a great choice. It can add extra coverage to your arms and shoulders without taking too much away from your wedding dress. Lace is a perfect option for everything from beach destination weddings to vintage backyard weddings.
Channel your Southwestern boho chic side with a dark velvet scarf to keep you warm on your wedding day. It adds a lovely contrasting feel that exudes nighttime wedding style.
Getting married on the Fourth of July? It doesn't get any better than this effervescent American flag accessory above. Paired with a bright red lip and a handsome groom at your side, you'll be sure to start some celebratory fireworks.
If you're wearing a strapless dress and want your shoulders to be covered for the ceremony, this beaded mini shawl below is a stylish way to add a little cover. It's a very Gatsby-esque accessory that would look spectacular at a vintage or art deco wedding.
Sometimes you need a little extra to complete your bridal look. The full lace cape (above, left) and bejeweled shoulder necklace (above, right) are both stunning personal touches that will add a little fashionable flair to your summer wedding.
We think that gold sequins are always a good idea! This show stopping jacket below is a trendy cover up for a modern bride that is looking to make a statement.