A traditional veil used to have a whole different role than just the looks. There i a lot of legends and stories to why did the brides wore it. Some of the veil origin stories include that the brides wore them to stop the evil spirits from jinxing them, there are also stories about bridesmaids wearing them to confuse the evil spirits from knowing which one is the bride, and there was also a story about brides wearing a red cloth over their head to chase away the evil spirits. Not very glamorous and romantic, right? Today, we associate the veil with purity, elegance and delicacy, and the choice of veils is really wide, from the long ones, laced ones, beaded ones…It’s all a matter of personal preference and taste.
Before, brides had to wear veils, and today they decide whether will they wear it or not. And because of that, today we will write about not traditional veils, but more different and unusual ones, that also have elegant and nice ornaments. But frankly, you don’t have to have a veil to look gorgeous.
Crowns give you that real royal sense of elegance and class. So why not be a real queen at your own wedding? Crowns are timeless, they’ve never get out of style, so that someday you’ll be able to pass it on not only to your daughter, but your granddaughter as well. If you think that crowns are expensive, and they will not fit your budget, you would be wrong because we found a beautiful crown at an affordable price.
2. Flower Crown
If you’re having a bohemian, or simply a laidback type of wedding, we would reccomend a flower crown for you. They are romantic, cute, and you will feel magical, like a fairy from a fairytale. Who wouldn’t want that, right? As for the shapes, your choice is easy, you could go for a richer crown, or for a one with smaller, simpler flowers. In case you don’t want crowns made from real flowers, you could always go for these. They go great with light wedding dresses, or the short ones.
Hats used to be very popular, but for some time now they are rarely seen on brides. It’s time to change that! If you’re not up for traditional hats, this beautiful hat-like hair ornament comes on a band. Elegancy is guaranteed. combine it with simple dress with delicate lines, and don’t go overboard with the jewlery, let this ornament run the show.
If simplicity andminimalism is what you like, then we got you covered. Some brides don’t want absolutely nothing on their hair, either because they don’t want to feel restrained or because they simply don’t like it. A tiny and minimalistic detail could be a easiest way to decorate your hair, and these hairpins will definitely make your short or long hair shine!
Hairbands sound like they shouldn’t be on a wedding, right? But if you choose the right one, not only will you look great, but modern as well. Trendsetter Olivia Palermo wore a ponytail on her wedding.