Think designer shoes, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, hair accessories, headpieces, gloves, tiaras, and veils. And, it is very on-trend to include a bespoke floral headpiece, a crown, or tiara.
From vibrant colours and laser cut leather to romantic laces and bold florals, bridal shoe trends for 2015 are fun and versatile, offering plenty of styling options for creative brides.
Once you have chosen your wedding dress it is time to decide how to accessorise it with beautiful shoes.
Leather or satin? Strappy or enclosed? Stilettoor court? Beaded or not? We’re talking about shoes, and this particular pair is going to carry you through one of the most important days of your life.
Purdy in Bloom specialises in gorgeous one-of-a-kind headpieces, bouquets and accessories using bespoke silk and leather flowers.
Indigo Rose Design specialise in gorgeous bespoke bridal hair accessories, jewellery, millinery pieces and floral arrangements made from real touch blooms.
At Mademazzel Couturiers you can purchase beautiful, hand-made and exquisitely embellished bridal accessories to complement your wedding gown!
Samantha Wills launches the highly anticipated Of The Night collection, the newest addition to the ever gowing bridal category.
Looking for some designer accessories for your wedding day? Here is just some of our favourite Jimmy Choo bridal accessories.
Her pieces are a beautiful marriage of modern and vintage elements, constructed from semi-precious stones and Swarovski elements.
From simple, demure styles, to huge statement pieces, we love how a headpiece instantly shouts "bride" without being a traditional veil.
Now that it’s time to choose the little extras that can turn fabulous into sensational, just remember the golden rule of wedding accessories: do not overdo it!
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