Bejeweled Circlet and Bridal Headscarf-- get the look --
For any modest bride looking to add a little bit of sparkle to her hijab or headscarf, a circlet is a beautiful accessory to crown your head in classic simplicity. We especially love the ones with different textures and details like this circlet with pearls, crystals, and silver filigree!
Vintage Gold Bridal Hair Comb-- get the look --
As if dipped in gold, this gilded bridal comb of little flowers channels Grecian goddess perfection. If you are envisioning a classic updo for your hair or a simple veil, a comb could be just the touch you want for understated elegance.
Beaded Fringe Bridal Halo-- get the look --
Bridal business in the front, wedding party in the back! The fringe on this beaded headband is a playful, yet timeless nod to the 1920's is the quintessential accessory for an Art Deco-loving long hair bride!
Embroidered Tulle Head Wrap-- get the look --
Gossamer is the only adjective that's coming to mind when we saw this delicate tulle head wrap. If you're not loving the idea of something heavy on your noggin or are really sensitive to accessory weight or metals, this light-as-a-feather detail would be a great option to consider for its airy and comfortable style!
Asymmetrical Ivory and Gold Hairpiece-- get the look --
Let's be real. Some of us have interesting-shaped heads, and that's why we're huge fans of this adjustable wire headpiece that literally molds to where you place it. If you're looking for more of a headband or a decoration across the forehead, the lovely flexibility of this beaded beauty is everything.
Bronze Double Chain Headpiece-- get the look --
From the Egyptians to the Renaissance to Middle Eastern aesthetics, head chains are a thing of the past that continues to be relevantly gorgeous for the modern day. With a slight Art Deco inspiration and a nod to the great classics, this bronze-hued accessory gives us all the swoon vibes.
Gold Leaf Bridal Crown-- get the look --
That one time you were totally a fairy queen ruling over an entire fairy kingdom. Well, at least that's what we think of when we see this exquisite gilded crown of leaves and crystals. Move over, Titania, this bride is stealing the spotlight!
Golden Bridal Crown: Mignonne Handmade via Etsy
Enamel Flower and Pearl Bridal Combs-- get the look --
For the whimsical bride who is having an outdoor celebration, the casual elegance of these two flower combs makes us smile. Perfect for long or short hair, you can slide these anywhere in your tresses to give a tiny touch of wedding day magic.
Double Pearl and Lace Headband-- get the look --
This beige-colored lace headband dappled with pearls and beads gives us all the classic vibes. For brides who might be going through chemo or who have alopecia, bald is beautiful, and this accessory just takes that to the next level when it comes to your wedding day. Whether you wear a veil with it or just straight up as is, it's a breathtaking statement of your journey to the aisle.
Delicate Crystal and Gold Headpiece-- get the look --
Like little snowdrops and frosted leaves, we are dreaming of winter weddings with this delicate hairpiece! The flexible wiring on the comb allows for your own creative spin on how you want to arrange the crystals. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!
White Flower Bridal Headband-- get the look --
Lace flowers are everything when they're on a headband, especially when they're proportionate to your look! For natural and afro hair brides, bigger is totally better when it comes to this playful, yet classic bridal accessory. We love how it adds just the right amount of wedding day loveliness to better complement a bride's overall style.
Pearl and Rhinestone Hair Pins-- get the look --
Need a bit more variety for your curls? Hair pins are the perfect option and a bit more versatile than combs! These little golden beauties can be tucked anywhere you want. Use one, two, or three, singularly or in a cluster, sky's the limit to customizing your bridal look!
Low Bridal Wreath Hairpiece-- get the look --
Nostalgic romance. Enough said. This gorgeous hair wreath can be the anchor to your dream bridal hairstyle. Wear it low in the back or on top like a tiara. The flexible design melts our old world hearts as it channels visions of English countrysides and whimsical dances.