Sparkling Wedding Hair Accessories
Give some thought to how you will style your hair at your wedding and the veil you have chosen, if any, before making your decision. Knowing whether you want a piece that will become an heirloom or one that will just survive the day can help you determine what to look for and how much to spend.
Crystal-Studded Hair Sticks
Even the bride who initially resolves to wear nothing in her hair may enjoy the subdued look of crystal-studded hair sticks by Roberta Chiarella; they look striking in a loosely gathered bun.
Crystal Hair Vine
crystal and rhodium-plate hair vine can be worn a number of ways: across the head as a headband, circling a tight bun, or wrapped around a ponytail. It comes with rhodium plated bobby pins to hold it in place.
The slender crystal and jonquil-colored rhinestone headband (on top) by Lynn Litwin is delicate and pretty. The crystal and pearl design of Mirabella Bridal's headband (underneath) resembles a piece of antique jewelry; each crystal and pearl was placed in the rhodium-plate framework by hand.
Crystal Bobby Pins
Austrian-crystal bobby pins provide just the barest hint of sparkle; whether you wear one or several, they work well in many hairstyles.
handmade barrette of crystals in an antique-finish, rhodium-plated setting was inspired by the wedding fashions of the 1920s.
Crystal Hair Combs
Crystal and freshwater pearls in the rhodium-plate setting of Homa Creations' hair comb recall the Victorian era's ornate style; a single comb can be worn to pull hair back to one side; or a pair can twinkle on either side of your face.
Crystal and Pearl Hairpin
hairpin is a starburst of pearls and crystals. The intricate styling of the crystal and rhodium-plate hair comb by Stephanie's Bridal Millinery was inspired by vintage jewelry.
Crystal and Opal Headpiece
This headpiece of crystals and opals, hand set in sterling silver by Thomas Knoell, gives the decorative effect of a tiara without the height.
Crystals and freshwater pearls form Fenaroli's intricate headpiece; a comb holds this tiara, with white and silver beads and pearl accents, by Headpieces by Toni, in place.
Hand-placed crystals in a filigree setting suggest leafy vines in this tiara by Deborah Moreland.