Every bride looks stunning on her big day. Is it because of the glow of happiness or the time and energy we all spend on choosing all the right details? Personally, I think that both things play important role in creating that perfect look. Once you’ve found the wedding gown of your dreams, it’s the right moment to accessorize your wedding outfit! Relax, it’s not a rocket science, but every girl needs some help when it comes to find lovely little details that will make her wedding look more special and personalized. For that reason, I will share with you 4 tips on accessorizing a wedding dress!
Touch of Color
If you’ve followed the tradition and have chosen the white/ivory dress (which is, apparently, not something you must have done!), it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try to add a splash of color to your wedding outfit. You could opt for colored pearls or gemstones for their accessories if you would like to add just a touch of color. If, however, you like bold accents, your shoes don’t have to be ivory/white, but any color you like (as long as it matches the rest of your outfit).
Less is More
Some brides-to-be get carried away with all the available accessories that could be matched with their wedding dress. It’s hard, I know it, but try not to look like a disco ball on your big day. I’m not suggesting minimalistic approach, it’s alright to look like a radiant bride, just don’t overdo it. For example, handmade crystal wedding shoes and matching earrings or bracelet would be enough, don’t add crystal necklace and tiara.
Top off Your Wedding Look
Neither tiara nor veil are not your cup of tea? Don’t worry! Nowadays there are many other accessories to put on your bridal head! Before choosing something that will top off your wedding look, think about the hairstyle that should fit you best. If you’re considering loose locks, a flower crown can look stunning with such a hairstyle. Whatever you choose, it has to feel secure while you’re dancing, walking and kissing your beloved hubby!
Even though it is a special occasion, it doesn’t mean a bride should stray to far from her normal style. A girl who rarely wears jewels, shouldn’t be drowning herself in diamonds on her big day. Always keep in mind that you should look like the best version of yourself, not like someone else.