Hi, lovelies! Have you thought about your wedding day hairstyle yet, or your hair accessories? If you’re not sure where to begin, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve been obsessing over the latest collection at Florentès lately because 1) they’re jaw-droppingly beautiful, and 2) the hairstyles which accompany the accessories are truly inspiring! In this article, you’ll find ten handpicked wedding hair accessories along with beautiful hairstyles to wear with each piece. Read on to be inspired…
Bride-to-be Liz wrote to us with a new Ask Emmaline question about hairstyles for her wedding. She asks…
[su_quote cite=”Liz”]Dear Emmaline, I am getting married in a few months and don’t know what to wear in my hair. I’m not crazy about veils but I know I want to wear my hair down and curled (it’s pretty long). I’m worried without a veil it won’t look elegant enough for my wedding day. Do you have any advice on what I can do to make it look more formal?[/su_quote]
It’s time for an exciting announcement! If you’ve been an avid Emmaline Bride reader for some time, you know we work with the most amazing handmade wedding artists on the planet. And with so much pretty overflowing in The Marketplace, we wanted a central place to promote a new handpicked find each day so you don’t miss it. That’s why we’re excited to announce a brand new series called #HANDMADEADAY. Each morning, grab a cup of coffee and join us bright & early as we unveil one new find from one of our fantastic Featured Artists. I promise it’ll be worth your while.
You can follow along with this fun new series by clicking #HANDMADEADAY at the top navigation bar. You can also see them on the homepage each day. Alternatively, you can subscribe and we’ll send the inspiration straight to your inbox so you never miss a post.
Now that our new series launch is underway, let’s kick it off with a chic boho wedding headpiece that’s ultra glam and sure to turn heads. Enjoy!
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Boho Wedding Headpiece
This boho wedding hairpiece is ideal for the bride who has a bohemian, free-spirited style and dreams of a laid-back, hair-down hairstyle. This hairpiece is shown as being worn halo-style, but it can also be styled as a regular headband for a more classic look. This piece features blush freshwater pearls and gold crystal leaves, handwired to a sturdy wireframe. The ends are finished with a ribbon as a secure tieback. This piece is completely handmade with two hands and a whole lot of love in Denmark by Gadegaard Design.
If you’re trying to complete your bridal look, but you’re not sure about the veil yet, you should consider a bridal hair chain as one option. We spotted these unique hair chains over at Lottie Da Designs and we are in LOVE with how gorgeous they are! I even dare to say that hair chains might replace the veil for many brides this season. And we were happy to have found them, especially because bride-to-be, Leah, wrote to us about this very topic a few weeks ago. Leah spotted a hair chain in a wedding magazine, but forgot where it was from and wasn’t even that crazy about the particular design of that chain; instead, she wanted some recommendations for other hair chains because she loved the idea of wearing one. So, we did our best digging and found a bridal hair chain collection we knew she’d love as much as we did! Here’s what she wrote to us in our Ask Emmaline inbox:
“Hi Team Emmaline! I saw a hair chain worn by a bride in a magazine but I was wondering if you’ve seen other styles you could recommend? Also, is a bridal hair chain fancy enough to be worn instead of a veil?
Fantastic question! Anything you choose to wear in your hair is fine, as long as YOU love the look. (It’s always your day, your way… that’s our motto here at EB.) You don’t have to wear a veil — or anything else in your hair — if you really don’t want to. In fact, we love when brides opt for something that aligns more closely with their personal style, like a hair chain for a free-spirited bohemian bride or a bridal headpiece for a vintage bride. We’ve shared veil alternatives in the past, but these bridal hair chains are a new favorite of ours. Heck, I want one just to wear to a fancy dinner or soiree. Take a look at this unique new find and tell us: would YOU wear a hair chain instead of a veil?
Bridal Hair Chains
Take a look at these beautiful bridal hair chains (from Lottie Da Designs we spotted for inspiration. Which one is your favorite?
You can see these + more right here.
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Happy Easter + Happy Passover + Happy Weekend to you all. We love you all and look forward to kicking off a brand new week on Monday. In the meantime, get your wedding inspiration fix by browsing our categories at the top of this page, or shopping The Marketplace.
As this hairstyle series comes to a close at Day 31, we wanted to share this last style — a chic hair bun — with you. It’s such a beautiful, piece-y, curly updo that looks exceptionally elegant for a wedding. Take a look…
Chic Hair Bun
This was an awesome series and we look forward to another one! Want to see them all? Click here for the full 31 days of wedding hairstyles series.
Let’s face it: boho bride or not, braids are in and they’re here to stay! We spotted this romantic side braid updo over at Love Maegan and we adore it. There’s even a video tutorial to go along with it! Take a look…
Side Braid Updo
Are you a bride with a short haircut? You’ll love this style we found! This short pinned updo has just the right amount of volume and elegance for the bride. Take a look…
Short Pinned Updo
See? You don’t have to have long-length hair to have a beautiful wedding updo. This proves it! I am having a really hard time being patient for this hair to grow… :)
One of my favorite looks that can be dressed up or down is an elegant side ponytail. Worn beautifully by this brunette bride, the side ponytail sweeps hair away from your face and can be accessorized with a beautiful brooch or hair pin. I love the side part on this style, too.
Pssst. What’s your favorite wedding hairstyle so far?
For Day 27’s wedding hairstyles pick, we went with this braided ponytail updo. It is a fantastic way to frame the face and adds texture to an otherwise simple, but elegant, ponytail. Take a peek…
We’ve been seeing a lot of wedding hairstyles without a veil (and an alternative or nothing instead), so it’s fun to show a more traditional look today. This curly updo with veil is pinned back with some bangs left on the sides and front to frame the face. Styled by Hair and Makeup by Steph and photographed by Terra Cooper.
Curly Updo with Veil
Lovely, isn’t it? We think so, too. If you liked this curly updo with veil, you’ll love our other hairstyle selections. Click here for all of ’em (so far)!
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Have a fantastic weekend! Don’t forget to pop in on Saturday and Sunday to see our wedding hairstyle picks for day 26 and 27. Plus, be sure to visit us on your mobile device + take EB to go… we have a shiny new mobile version! Yay!