From veils and headbands, or combs and pins, to more specialist items like vines, swords, crowns and diadems, there’s something about that finishing touch adorning your head, that elevates a girl in a white dress, to full on ‘bride’ status!
But we know, with so much choice out there, it can be hard to find something that’s unique, beautiful, and the perfect fit for your wedding day style.
So to help you on your way, we’ve put together a list of 10 of our favourite hair accessory designers.
From long running Bridal Musings favourites, to brands we just discovered at Bridal Market, and timeless heirloom styles to edgy pieces for trend setter brides, we think there’s something in here for all of you.
Now all you have to do is pick a favourite…
1. Twigs & Honey
Twigs & Honey, think romantic, vintage inspired pieces with a stylish, design-minded twist, the lady behind this brand knows how to make brides feel truly special.
2. Keren Wolf
Keren Wolf creates a blend of beautiful and edgy accessories for dramatic looks that don’t skimp on elegance.
Mordekai by Ken Borochov, are gothic, baroque and regal hair accessories, that are beloved by the likes of Madonna, Miley Cyrus and Lady Gaga.
4. Bride La Boheme
Photo by Jemma Keech
Bride La Boheme hair accessories are endlessly romantic, with dreamy veils, sparking head pieces, and pretty hairbands.
5. Jennifer Behr
Jennifer Behr is a designer and celebrity favourite who creates both classic and statement pieces, with a leaning for the opulent and ornate, without being too fussy.
6. Feather & Coal
7. Enchanted Atelier by Liv Hart
Photos by Laura Gordon Photography
8. Paris by Debra Moreland
Photo by Rachel Moore
Paris by Debra Moreland has been adored by celebrities for a long time, and brides are falling head over heels too, think intricate, pretty, floral-inspired accessories.
9. Liron Cohen
Liron Cohen creates whimsical, beautiful hand-crafted pieces, with beading, painting, and sculpting in unusual, stand-out styles and colours.
10. Percy Handmade
Percy Handmade are another long-time style crush of ours, with timeless pieces that are gorgeous enough to hand down through generations.
So, that’s our round up, let us know if you’ve picked a favourite!
We’d love to hear if you’ve spotted any exciting accessory designers in your wedding research too – do share them in the comments below!