Apart from the perfect bridal outfit, a bride also spends a lot of time looking for the perfect jewellery that will complement her ensemble. And one of the most important things that make the bride stand out from the others is her hair accessory. Brides can make a fashion statement with how they choose to dress up their hair. Take inspiration from these 11 real brides who wore the most gorgeous bridal hair accessories and rocked their wedding!
Oversized maang tikkas are in vogue these days. A lot of brides are wearing them for their different wedding functions. This golden oversized maang tikka completes the bridal look with a dose of glam and the best part is, you don’t need to go overboard with the earrings!
Taken from the traditional dance form Bharatnatyam, this matha patti is worn by south Indian brides. Unlike kundans and other stones, this one makes way for understated elegance. There's not so much gold, and the mix of tiny pearls add extra beauty to this piece of jewellery.
If you’re the one who wants to go traditional with a twist, then this one is for you. The side swooped chain is the perfect way to wear this unique accessory. Instead of wearing a full matha patti, opt for an elegant half matha patti and look every bit gorgeous!
If you want a simple and subtle look, then opt for an oversized jhoomar to go with your bridal outfit. You can wear one with loose or pulled back hair. Brides these days prefer to wear jhoomars for some function or the other and we assure you, you’ll look simply stunning with this royal piece of jewellery.
If you’ve decided on a braided style for one of your wedding functions, we suggest adding tiny but pretty flower pins in it for a super romantic charm. This minimal look will add colour to your ensemble.
To get your bridal swag on point, opt for a quirky multi-stranded matha patti like this. This matha patti is so simple but extremely eye-catching and stunning at the same time. A fun, offbeat one like this is perfect for the mehendi. We love!
This is the modern version of maang tikka that brides are in love with these days. For a more traditional look opt for something in gold or pearls and add little diamantes around it to look pretty as ever.