Beautiful Bridal Headpieces To Achieve The Ultimate Queen Look
Your Hairdresser is your best friend on the Big Day
This statement might seem odd to you but we can ensure you that it is completely true. Your hairdresser and you should sit down and have a detailed discussion about the kind of hairdo you want. Try different hairstyles before deciding on one. Let’s assume you would choose a 1950’s vintage hair bun, with a side sweep quite low, what types of headpieces then would suit your look the best? What about a ballerina high bun, which wedding headpiece would enhance the look at the wedding? After you have solved this initial problem and have made a final decision, move on to picking out a bridal head piece. For long, thick hair we recommend a daintier Bridal Headpiece, and the opposite for short thin hair.
Gown Shopping Times
When we go out shopping for our wedding gowns, saris, anarkalis and lehengas, we check every tiny detail before finally buying the items. Similarly a complete shopping situation should be brought on when picking bridal tiaras, no questions asked. The best way to decide which item to buy is to ask the salesgirl for help in wearing the wedding headpieces. Then start taking pictures with your Smartphone. These can be mirror shots or close-up selfies. You can judge each picture and buy the item you feel completely satisfied with. Bridal headbands and tiaras look different from all angles, and there aren’t standardized fashion sizes and styles etched-in-stone per se.
The color and cut of your bridal headpiece should match your overall wedding look. Bridal gowns with plenty of pearls and beads would look best with stark whitish silver head pieces, and others look haute in crystal touches €“ vintage ones especially.
Does the Bridal Headpiece Match the Other Accessories?
As we mentioned earlier, your bridal headpiece should match the overall look of your whole wedding ceremony. This can be in terms of colors, cuts, other accessories and even of the outfit of your husband-to-be. The main aim of wearing the bridal headpiece is to improve and emphasize your overall look, and not to make a distraction well-perceived by the attendees. The ghugnhat or the bridal veil too should mix well with the wedding headpiece, or else it would be an epic fail on your D-Day, which we really wouldn’t want any bride-to-be to face.