Modern Bridal Headpieces – and How to Wear Them!

Modern Bridal Headpieces – and How to Wear Them!

If wearing a veil isn’t for you, you’re not alone. Etsy’s 2019 Wedding Trend Guide reports that brides are forgoing classic veils in favour of striking contemporary headpieces. And what’s not to love? Easy to wear and edgier than a veil, bridal headpieces come in an abundance of styles, from full flower crowns to delicate hair wraps. Whatever your bridal style, you’ll find the perfect piece in our award-winning collection.

Hair Wraps – Whether you’re wearing a classic gown or modern two-piece, wedding hair wraps provide the perfect finishing touch to any bridal outfit. Made in a range of sumptuous materials, including organza, lace and ribbon, there are a variety of designs and finishes to suit.

For a show stopping headpiece that will take you easily from day to night, look at our crystal-encrusted Bree Collection hair wrap . For vintage loving brides, there’s our lace Odette hair wrap embellished with miniature crystals and pearls.

How to wear a Bridal Hair wrap – Hair wraps are extremely versatile. Worn as a hairband and tied with ribbon at the nape of the neck, they look gorgeous with long locks, bridal bobs and choppy pixie-cuts.

Style Tip: For impact, pair your hair wrap with matching accessories – take a look at these gorgeous co-ordinating bridal cuffs and bridal belts.

Bridal Headbands – Headbands are the ultimate fuss-free hair accessory as they need minimal pinning and can be changed swiftly between the ceremony/wedding breakfast/reception. They also come in array of profiles, from statement 3D flower headbands and double row headbands, to subtle single bands.

Depending on your personal style, you can choose from opulent princess-worthy headbands – see our crystal covered Estella headband , through to simple, elegant headbands, such as our Great Gatsby inspired Freya hairband.

How to wear a Bridal Headband – These look fab sitting across tousled hair and sleek curls. Headbands also look lovely with low wedding buns. For a country, woodland or festival wedding, sitting your headband just forward of the crown – like this delicate Juliet flower crown – gives a lovely boho bride appearance.

Hair Vines – Beautiful and bendable, hair vines are ideal if you want to add a glamourous twist to your hair do without going over the top. Less structured than a headband, hair vines comprise flexible wire which can be woven through and around hairstyles.

This silver and white Serenity hair vine featuring miniature white roses is a real hit with modern brides, as it can be sculpted in so many ways – circling an updo or bun, woven into braids, or worn as a classic headband.

How to wear a Bridal Hair Vine – Wedding vines are bendy, so give you plenty of options – this is particularly good if you want to see how your hair is behaving on the day! There are lots of ways to wear hair vines; drape around and through loose up-dos or unstructured braids for a relaxed look, or wear across the forehead for an ethereal, free spirt vibe. You can also tie vines with ribbon at the back of the head, which looks stunning on half-up, half-down dos.

The statement Wedding Comb – If you want something simple to dress your hair rather than a full headpiece, hair combs are a stylish alternative. They are particularly popular with brides wearing modern separates and jumpsuits who don’t want to detract from clean, flowing lines with anything too big or fussy.

Bring a touch of old Hollywood glamour with this vintage inspired hair comb.

For subtle sparkle, this rose gold hair comb with crystals and ivory pearls looks stunning tucked into bridal hair dos.

How to wear a Bridal Hair Comb – Combs are good for holding back sections of hair or tendrils away from the face – particularly on side swept hairstyles. They can also dress bridal buns and chignon.

Award-winning Bridal Headpieces

About Eve’s hair accessories, wedding belts and cuffs are all custom made to order and details, such as the ribbon ties, can be personalised to match your outfit. If you’d like more information about any of our pieces, please get in touch here: info@abouteve.co.uk

 

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