Deciding on which hair piece to wear on your big day? There’s so many options on the market its hard to come to a solid verdict. We’ve collected some trendy- unconventional bridal hair accessories that have been spotted on the 2015 Bridal runways to aid in your selection process.
1. Origami Hair Accessories
This trend is made for the fashion forward bride- it is bold yet attainable. Since it is such a daring accessory, these are great when paired with simple structured dresses. The attention will be drawn more towards your beauty than your dress.
Seen on the runways of Carolina Herrera, Galia Lahay, and YolanCris.
2. Light Up Floral Crowns
These game of throne inspired light up floral head pieces were seen on the runway of Reem Acra’s Fall 2015 Collection. These would be chic for both a destination wedding or the conventional chruch wedding. It’ll definitely add some umph to any plain simple wedding gown.
3. Baby’s Breathe Accents
These little wildflowers are cute dainty adornments that are stylish when doted through out any braided pieces in your hair. This is a trend that any bride can pull off because it is so small and simple while adding a chic twist to your hairstyle.
Seen on runways of Marchesa and Elizabeth Stuart.
4. Hair Chains
These give a very bohemian feel to your bridal look. They are great edgy decorative pieces to add into your hair or under your veil.
Seen on Spring 2015 Galia Lahav Bridal show.
5. Glorious Crowns
Tiaras are a very traditional head piece for bridal hairstyles, but lately savvy bold crowns have been taking over the bridal runways. It might not make it as a wedding staple, but these would be beautiful for your photo session. Its a fun flare to add to your look. You can op for floral crowns for something less bold.
Seen on the runways of Ivy & Aster, Reem Acra, Maggie Sottero, and Stone Fox Bride.
These hair accessories are far from the traditional bridal staple pieces that we are used to. These trendy hair accessories will add some spunk and originality to your bridal look and even if these are too bold for your actual wedding they’d look great in your wedding photos!