Selecting Hair Jewelry & Accessories For the Big Day

September 12th, 2008

This was an article we did for a make up blog and decided that it could be helpful for our readers too!  So Enjoy!

Whether you are searching for the perfect hair accessory for yourself to wear on your wedding day or are looking for the perfect final touch for your maids, there are many different styles and options this wedding season to add that trendy touch.

For the bride there are so many options.  Wearing a few crystal or pearl tiny hairpins placed throughout the hair style with a veil look sweet and simple.  There are quality options that offer a wide variety of selections.  A simple round or bicone (diamond) shape single crystal or pearl looks stunning for brides that want a simple but elegant look that coordinates with their dresses and other jewelry.

Crystal Hairpin:

Crystal Hairpins

Brides may also want to opt for a dramatic and larger size hair accessory like a hair comb or tiara.  A hair comb offers a multitude of options because it can be worn with almost every hairstyle.  Whether you choose to wear your hair as a half up do and place the comb on the side of the head or you have a bun or chignon and place the comb directly on top or on the bottom of the bun – it looks great, adding a splash of color and sparkle.  Tiaras are perfect for a very dramatic look that can be unique to each bride as there are thousands of tiara selections online and in boutiques.

Shaelynn Haircomb:

Shaelynn Haircomb

Teanna Haircomb:

Teanna Haircomb

Natalya Briolette Pearl & Crystal Haircomb:

Natalya Haircomb

Carlie Tiara:

Carlie Tiara

A good tip in trying to figure out if pearls or crystals are right to finish off your bridal look is to look at your dress and other jewelry accessories.  If your bridal gown has crystal or pearl or both embellishments – use those styles of beading in your jewelry and hair accessories.  This will both help to coordinate your look together and complete the over all bridal look for your special day.

Bridesmaids often wear hair accessories too.  Whether you gift them these little beauties or they purchase them for themselves, it’s a nice way to add a little glam to their looks too.  Many bridesmaids opt to wear tiny beaded hairpins through out their hair style, which doesn’t over do the look or outshine the bride on her day.  Another way to bring together all of your maids looks, while allowing them to be unique is letting them all wear their hair different, but choosing one hair accessory for all to wear.  Hair combs work well for this because they can be placed in so many different positions to look fabulous.  Smaller hairpins also are a great selection because usually they are very affordable, and offer diversity because they can be placed grouped together or spread out in the hair style.

Whatever hair style you choose for yourself and your bridesmaids, adding that special touch of sparkle and elegance to the hair is the perfect way to add that final touch.  Having a quality product that offers multiple color options is the way to go.  Swarovski brand pearls and crystals are beautiful, don’t peel or crack and have the truest colors.  Swarovski offers over 25 different pearl color options and over 125 crystal color options, so finding the perfect match for your wedding day is a lot easier. offers a wide variety of bridal, bridesmaid and flower girl hair accessories including hair pins, hair combs and tiaras.  We are constantly adding new products to our website for fresh and new ideas. uses Swarovski brand pearls, crystals, pendants and briolettes for all of our hair accessories and bridal and bridesmaid jewelry.  Each of our designs is handmade as each order is placed so that color and size customizations are completely personal to the customers preference.  We strive to bring beautiful products to our brides and bridesmaids to finish off their wedding look, feeling more beautiful and stunning than ever.

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