Accessories make or break a bride’s look. And that’s exactly why we’ve put together our favourite bridal hair accessories picks! A new fun hair piece for all your wedding functions.
1. Delicate chains
When your outfit itself is heavy, accessorize your look with classic, delicate accessories meant to make a bride look gorgeous. We love these sleek gold chains with pearl drops. So feminine and chic! Keep your hairstyle fuss-free like an easy top knot or loose curls and let this accessory do it’s magic.
Just what we think you need for your mehendi ki raat or wedding ceremony. It’s big and blingy and just the hair accessory a bride should be wearing on her big day! A beautiful maathapatti that is sure to catch more than just a few eyeballs.
Still looking for something to match your royal blue gown? The one you spent a bomb on for your cocktail night? Look no further! Channel your inner goddess in a Grecian-style leaf headband. Leave your hair open or tie it up in a messy bun. Put on a stylish hand cuff to complete your look.
If you’re wearing a saree for one of your functions, trust us, this gorgeous hair pin is just the bridal hair accessory you need. Ask your hairstylist to do up a pretty juda and set it with this textured fan hair pin. Not only does does it add a vibe of vintage, but also looks very elegant.
On your wedding day, when you drape that gorgeous dupatta over your head, these little pearl embellished flower earrings pinned to your juda are just what you’ll need. A pack of 12 pretty hairpins, this is on our must-have list of accessories for the bride!
Yes yes, it’s okay to go a little offbeat as a bride! This super colourful, chunky and fun hairband is a great bridal hair accessory for the many, many little ceremonies that you’ll sit through! Mehendi, sangeet, chura or sagan, pair this hairband with a light lehenga or your palazzos and kurtis.
Feeling bold? We definitely are! This golden chandelier headpiece is one big attention grabber accessory a bride can wear so make sure you keep the rest of your look subtle. Style it with a sheer saree, a crop choli and lehenga skirt or any other Indo-western outfit you might be planning to wear.