You Might Want to Avoid These Wedding Accessory Mistakes

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As a bride, you deserve to feel like the most beautiful woman in the world as you walk down the aisle. Picking the right wedding accessories is an important part of creating a beautiful wedding look.


What are some of the mistakes you should try to avoid when choosing your bridal accessories?


Read on and find out more.


  • Mismatching metals. This is less of a rule currently, but if you are aiming for a classic bridal look, you might want to make sure that all of the metals you are wearing match. This should include not only the jewelry you are wearing, but all the accessories you have paired with your dress, including your shoes, your purse, and any other accessory you are wearing (including the bouquet wrap).

  • Over accessorizing. Given what a special and unique moment this is we understand that it is easy to get carried away. However, there is a point where “glamorous” becomes “over the top”. For instance, if you are wearing long statement earrings, consider skipping a bridal necklace. If your dress is intricate, keep your accessories more minimal. And if you are wearing any colored gemstones, make sure they match or compliment your other accessories.

  • Not properly highlighting your hair accessories. A pretty bridal hair accessory can be a game changer when creating the perfect bridal look.   However, with bridal hair accessories, there is also the risk incorporating them incorrectly. For example, if you want to wear an intricate hair comb and keep your hair down be sure you ask the advice of your hairstylist to make sure you create a balanced, elegant look! Opting for a headband?  Look at lovely updos that will compliment and let your hairpiece shine in the spotlight.

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