There are an endless range of styles in bridal veils to choose
from when selecting your wedding headpiece. It can at times be
almost more difficult than selecting your gown. Where do you start?
There are three essential things to do before choosing your bridal
• First choose your gown (this establishes the formality and style
of your wedding).
• Second remember your bridal veil is an accessory. This means
that any bridal veil or headpiece you select should accentuate your
dress not overpower it.
• Third decide on the hairstyle you will be wearing on your
wedding day. Discuss this with your hairdresser and have a couple
of trial runs before the wedding.
Tips On choosing a Tiara:
Tiaras vary greatly in style and size but they do have some common
components. Tiaras are made of a metal base and embellished with
rhinestones, pearls, crystals or a combination. Their versatility
of design makes them an excellent choice for just about any bride
and will go with almost any type of wedding dress she
Tips on choosing a Rhinestone Headpiece:
Metal rhinestone tiaras range from formal to very simple in style,
making them the most versatile and most popular headpiece choice.
They can be worn alone or with a Veil on a Comb. Tiaras can be worn
with short hair, a fancy up do, or long and flowing curls. The
possibilities are endless but a tiara is sure to make you feel like
royalty on your special day. Make an appointment with your
hairstylist before your wedding; take your tiara and a picture of
the hairstyle you have chosen to make sure it fits perfectly on
your wedding day.
Tips on choosing a Bridal Halo:
The bridal halo style by definition is a circular bridal
headpiece. Some consist of fabric flowers, or rhinestones and
pearls or a combination of all three. Bridal Halos are a good
choice for a bridal headpiece if you decide to wear your hair in a
curly up do or have a short cut. These types of bridal headpieces
can be worn alone or with a detachable veil.
Tips on choosing a Bridal Comb:
Simple in style and smaller in size the decorative comb with a
veil is a good choice for the bride who wants to keep her headpiece
understated. This style would suite a very petite bride or a bride
with short hair. Have your hairstylist experiment with anchoring
the comb with two Bobbie pins crossed like an "old fashioned pin
curl" where you want the headpiece to set.
Tips on choosing a Bridal Crown:
Crowns are usually circular in shape and consist of floral or
pearl designs that embellish the front of the headpiece. Bridal
Crowns are an excellent choice if you want a more traditional look.
A smooth or controlled curl up do is perfect with a bridal
Tips on choosing a Wedding Headband:
Headbands are a type of wedding headpiece that has a wire or
plastic band that goes across the top of the head from ear to ear.
They vary in width and most are simpler in style. Bridal Headbands
are a good choice for a wedding headpiece if you have chosen to
wear your hair straight back and want a simple but sophisticate
look. Bridal Headbands can be a great wedding headpiece when worn
with a veil attached directly to the back of the band or with a
veil on a comb.
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