From a crown of roses to gilded shimmering brooches, these 4 showstopping bridal hair accessory trends are perfect for mantilla veils!
In the new year, you can expect to have many options to “zhush” up your mantilla without interfering with its traditional nature. First, decide on your wedding style. Brides seeking a vintage feel should opt for a shorter mantilla while boho and formal brides should consider chapel and cathedral length mantillas. Once you’ve defined your wedding day look, it’s time to accent your mantilla with a brooch, hair comb, crown or headband.
- For mantillas with blushers, a brooch can be pinned where the tulle attaches to the comb. The brooch can later be removed and attached to your dress or worn by the mother of the bride or maid of honor during the reception.
- A headband offers a little shimmer for every boho bride. It can be worn over or under the mantilla, both looks are equally stunning!
- Like headbands, a crown can be worn in similar ways. For an outdoor wedding, a crown made of fresh greenery and blooms will add stylish whimsy to your bridal look.
- Lastly, hair combs are a fabulous way to show off your personal style at the reception. Channel your inner Carrie Bradshaw and go big with feathers or add a little color to your bridal look with a rhinestone jewel-toned comb.
These hair accessory trends are the perfect compliment to the classic and timeless character of a mantilla veil. Scroll below to find inspiration for your mantilla wedding veil. xo, gloria
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