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Tips on picking your accessories for your special day

Posted by Nicole Grant on

Hello there chaps! So I know wedding planning can be daunting. There's just so much to think about. So here are some tips on planning your look. 

Don't stray too far from your normal vibe. If you're not big on adornments, flowers, or bling then don't suddenly pick absolutely every accessory known to man and throw them all together. The goal is to look and feel like your best self so don't go overboard. If you're wearing statement earrings or a hair piece, then maybe don't wear that necklace, bangle and sash too.

If you're looking for a simple way to spruce up your dress (and help give you curves) then consider adding a bridal sash. They can add a pop of colour and texture to your gown. There are also different styles going from boho chic to princess bling so find something that suits your style. The key is choosing a sash that will work with your body type. Thinner belts are better for shorter torsos whereas thicker belts look great on taller women.

If veils are not your thing then consider wearing a bridal hair comb or head piece. They can add some beautiful sparkle to your hairstyle. Sophisticated and elegant pieces can really make you look like a bride and it's not something you would normally wear day to day. They're also great gifts for your bridesmaids or mothers. 

Pick your colours correctly because some metals look better with certain dress colours. As a general rule, ivory looks great with gold as it highlights the creamy tint of the fabric. Whereas pure white dresses look better with silver or platinum. If your dress is off white you've picked well as gold, silver, platinum and rose gold all look amazing with this hue. If your dress is already embellished, don't stray too far from the colours already used. 

Hope this helps! Remember Saffanic Bridal Accessories makes custom made items so just shout if you have something you'd like designed! #supportlocal #handmade #bespokeaccessories



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