Top 5 Optional Bridal Accessories You May Want For Your Big Day

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Top 5 Optional Bridal Accessories
So you are preparing for the big day. You have all the normal bridal ensemble pieces in place, that being the wedding gown, wedding shoes, and more than likely you have your jewelry picked out. Those are the staples that every bride never forgets. However, there are optional accessories that you may want to think about as well. They can really add to your overall look and for the most part of affordable and easy to find. Check out the following list of the top five bridal accessories that you may want to incorporate into your wedding ensemble.

Veil
These days, a wedding veil is in fact optional. Lots of brides are choosing to go veil free, and that is fine. However, there are some stunning veils to choose from in an array of styles, lengths, color, and price. Birdcage veils are hugely popular and sort of double as a head piece. Traditional veils are widely available and come in just about any design you can think of. Trending now are cathedral veils for the dramatic look.

Brides Dresses
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Hairpiece
Hairpieces such as tiaras, headbands, bridal combs, bridal hair pins and more are just lovely and  really bring a simple dress to life by giving it a more interesting look. There are literally thousands of designs to choose from and you can find some really great deals whether you like rhinestones, pearls or crystals. Just make sure that it compliments your bridal jewelry and wedding dress beading.

Purse 
Some brides think that a bridal purse is not needed or that it may just be in the way. However don’t underestimate how many tiny things you need to help you look your best through the ceremony and reception. These bags range in price from very inexpensive cloth ones to high end beaded clutches. The choice is yours. A simple bridal purse is sure to go with any gown, Just remember to pack things like blotting cloths, lipstick, tissues and more.

Garter 
This is a long standing tradition that seems to have fallen to the waist side. Some brides love the thought of a bridal garter while others may just think it is silly. Either way, remember that of all the optional accessories, garters are by far the least expensive and the styles are abundant. They now come with beading and are available in a wide array of colors, with blue being the most popular.
Michelle
About the Author:

My name is Michelle and I enjoy writing about wedding and marriage topics, including bridal accessories, gowns, and online resources, such as Bride Power, which offers great deals for frugal shoppers.

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