Your wedding day is filled with little details that make up the bigger picture of what you envisioned as your perfect day. As a bride, there are so many individual pieces that go into what you wear and how you look as you walk down the aisle to begin the rest of your life. While the market is flooded with trendy and modern bridal accessories, there are a host of more classic options that more traditional brides may want to wear on their big day.
1. Something Blue
We all know the traditional poem, “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue” referring to items brides should incorporate into their wedding day look. The something blue is where you can really get creative, from wearing blue shoes to blue stones in your jewelry to a blue ribbon on your bouquet. Put your own twist on this classic tradition and add the color blue into your look.
2. Blusher Veils
Blusher veils are perhaps one of the most classic bridal accessories you can have! This mid-length veil covers the bride’s face until she’s reached her future spouse at the end of the aisle. Once worn in ancient times by brides to protect against evil, today it serves as a symbol of modesty and purity. Brides can find the perfect blusher to match their style, as they’re available as either a classic and plain blusher or those that are more over the top and embellished, それも.
Another traditional bridal accessory is a locket. This can be worn as a necklace, on a charm bracelet, or even tied onto your bridal bouquet. Inside, put a picture of your new spouse as something sweet and sentimental. You’ll treasure this piece of jewelry for years to come!
This white jewel is another classic bridal accessory that never goes out of style. The best thing about pearls? They can be worn in so many more ways than the classic necklace. Incorporate pearls into your wedding day look in the form of a necklace, イヤリング, or bracelet. You can also use more creative methods, such as wearing a headband embellished with pearls, finding shoes that have pearls on them, or even getting a pearl embellished veil. Whichever way you choose to wear them, pearls add a layer of tradition to any bridal look.
Bridal headbands may come off as trendy, but they’re actually a classic accessory to complement your wedding day look. A white headband to match your dress is a great headpiece to go with if you’d rather not wear a veil. There’s no shortage of headbands on the market that are perfect for brides, either. From sequined options to those embellished with ribbons, 羽毛, or eyelets, you’re sure to find the exact headband that will match your bridal vision perfectly.
This is a more Southern tradition, but having something monogrammed with your married initials is a classic bridal accessory to consider. This is most frequently done in the form of a monogrammed ribbon that goes around the bride’s bouquet, giving a subtle yet artful detail for the big day. Another option would be a monogrammed handkerchief to have on hand.
7. Birdcage Veils
These short veils are a classic way to make a nice statement. Birdcage veils give off a vintage look and a definite sense of flair for any beautiful bride.
8. White Gloves
White gloves are a traditional accessory that some brides opt to wear. These come in many different styles these days, from sheer tulle gloves to lace trimmed pairs to gloves elegantly embellished with pearls.
9. Family Heirlooms
The ultimate classic bridal accessory to add to your wedding day look is something that’s been passed down to you by a family member or someone special. This could be anything – a piece of jewelry, a borrowed veil, or a brooch. The possibilities are endless! This can serve as your “something borrowed” and will always be special to you as a unique connection between yourself and the person you borrowed it from on such a monumental day of your life.
There’s no shortage of classic bridal accessories that do their part to elevate your look as you say “I do.” These all add a touch of tradition while simultaneously allowing you to maintain your personal sense of style.