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10 Gold Bridal Accessories for Your Wedding Day Look

10 Gold Bridal Accessories for Your Wedding Day Look

Sometimes, all that glitters is gold.

 

 

Charm Necklace

 

Need something subtle to complement a pair of statement earrings? This gold charm necklace is dainty and sweet. Wear alone or with matching necklaces for a layered look.

 

 

Petite Leaves

 

Gold bridal accessories don’t need to be expensive. These demure leaves come with an equally tiny price tag. These would be a stylish accompaniment to an elaborate bridal headpiece.

 

 

Sparkly Heart

 

Modern brides with bold style need look no further for gold bridal accessories to jazz up a topper. Pin this jubilant glitter heart brooch to a cardigan or cover-up at your reception.

 

 

Boho Headband

 

This golden boho headband is quite the style statement. This accessory is incredible versatile, you could wear this with a pixie cut or long, luscious waves.

 

 

Gold Lace Veil

 

Vintage brides might want golden accessories that are more refined and subtle. This stunning veil features antique gold lace embroidery along the edges.

 

 

Midi Rings

 

Are you a fan of the midi ring trend? Elevate the look for your wedding day style by wearing a collection of vibrant gold stacking bands on your index finger.

 

 

Intricate Sash

 

This gold ribbon sash with nude lace overlay creates a warm golden glow. With its intricate embroidery and pearl beadwork, this would wonderfully complement a boho or vintage wedding gown.

 

 

Minimalist Glimmer

 

Conversely, if you want a gold bridal accessory that’s shiny, but petite, go with this fitted sash. It would work with a wide variety of silhouettes, from traditional princess to modern sheath.

 

 

Bold Bracelet

If you are a bride that has selected a trendy powerhouse look, such as a pantsuit, you’re going to need a stunner of an accessory to complement it. This floral cuff is sweet and feminine, with just enough attitude.

 

 

Gold Shoes

 

Who needs ruby slippers when you can wear gold heels? Don’t hide these beauties under a long wedding gown. Wear them with a shorter reception dress to show them off!