Fashion & Beauty

Sparkling Bridal Accessories

Sparkling Bridal Accessories

Want to add some subtle sparkle to your wedding day look?  We have some beautiful (and sophisticated) ways to twinkle all the way down the aisle.





Hair Accessories


Particularly if you aren’t wearing any other bold accessories, a headpiece can be a gorgeous alternative to a veil. Above, this boho wedding dress is complemented perfectly with a headband full of sparkly flowers.


Below, Art Deco brides will love this medallion headpiece. Pair it with a pretty pair of earrings and you are good to go!







Tuck an elegant crystal hair comb into a simple updo for an easy vintage style (below).  Wear with a pair of studs and a dainty bracelet to glisten just the right amount.







Want your hair in long waves?  This gleaming hair clip with crystals and pearls (below) is small, but also bold enough that it can be your statement accessory.







Just because you want a veil doesn’t mean you have to be left out of the sparkly fun. This blusher veil below features tiny crystals dotted throughout. It’s a fantastic choice for retro brides wanting a sweet accessory.







Brides with gold in their color palette might prefer to wear a shiny metallic accessory rather than something with crystals. This crown below features dozens of tiny golden leaves.









Belts & Sashes


There is truly a dazzling wedding dress sash out there for every bride.  For preppy or modern brides, this darling copper bow will reflect the light well and give your waist added definition.







We love that rick-rack is coming back into style in wedding decor, so we were thrilled to see this silvery rick-rack sash (below).







Love your simple wedding dress, but wish it had a little more oomph? Wear a traditional, wide bridal sash with just about any silhouette (below).











These copper t-strap pumps are a fabulous way to add just a dash of glitter for modern brides. And, you can wear them again with a LBD after the big day!







Show off your cute crystal-accented shoes with a short reception dress. Because, seriously, these shoes should not be hidden under a long gown!










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