When it comes to your big day, your wedding dress is going to be the showstopper, but there’s no reason why your hair can’t be just as much a centre piece. If you’re looking for an alternative to a traditional veil, and think a simple up do just won’t ‘do’, check out these bridal headbands that are guaranteed to inspire you.
This headband is timelessly beautiful and shows the massive advantage to a sumptuously design piece: it’s often fuss-free! Jeanette Maree is well known for her jewellery, and this is just another example. It features pearls and crystals in an ornate swirled pattern, and draws the eye to the bride’s eyes.
Tulle and traditional
Having a headband doesn’t mean you have to forgo a veil, as illustrated in this beautifully casual tulle; simple lace brought together with four glittering flowers. The bride is sure to look more relax and ethereal in a headband such as this.
Alluring yet awe-inspiring
Swarovski makes its first appearance in this list, this time complimenting beautifully intricate white rose flowers. Coupled with the trim up-do, this headband features an elaborate yet simple double band and works to draw the eye upwards.
Gorgeous and Greek
Harking back to the unmistakeable beauty of Athena, this simplistic glass flower headband is made of crystal and interwoven brass wire to give a truly ethereal look. It’s finished off with a fine ivory ribbon at the base of the neck.
Bold and beautiful
Featuring Russian veiling tied together with a triplet of vintage brooches, this headband sits low on the head and adds a sparkle of rhinestone to any wedding attire.
Understated but unmissable
Subtle but beautiful, the Swarovski crystal infused design combines the beauty of vintage with the simplicity of pure bridal elegance. It works well with a well-made up do or even with a slightly looser hair style.
Simple yet unexpected
Bring nature to your wedding by weaving yourself an outdoor inspired vine-enthused headband, complete with intrinsically beautiful white flowers and hidden ribbon.
Should you ever with to make your headband into a statement piece, this is the perfect way to do so, with the 1920’s vintage feel, crystal glass flowers, feathers, and leaves all coming together to frame the brides forehead and cheekbones, as well as keeping her hair up and in shape.
Pretty and plain
The rise of tulle is truly astounding (see what we did there?), with this clearly vintage-inspired headband forming the soft material into a cute frill for the silk ribbon bow and tightly-knit flower heads in the centre.
A stylish statement
Another headband that should be worn low on the head is this white satin and rose-adorned masterpiece, which give the distinct impression that the bride is in control. It’s a powerful statement that’s also quite charming.
Natural and native
Where floral meets fantastical, this perfectly adaptable themes band is ideal for any bride looking to accessorise her outdoor wedding dress with a natural flair to give unity with her venue. This one has branches and simple white flowers as a basis, and features an enchanting orange butterfly on the left temple.
Don’t let the bouquet detract from your beautiful attire with this flower-inspired headband, ideal for an outdoor wedding in the autumn with its pine cone rose and bronze-enthused design.
Tiny beads and fascinating sequins adorn the leaf-centric Milla headband, complete with an ivory ribbon and lovingly hand-stitched silver thread. It even features a trail which falls to the brides back.
Don’t think headbands can’t be versatile either. This one can be worn as shown over the hair in a slip-on style, as shown, or it can be worn horizontally under a flowing hairstyle.
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