Top off your wedding day look with the perfect hair accessory. Hair accessories can be as simple as a modern headband or as elaborate as feathers. Here is a simple glossary of terms to help you decide on the perfect wedding hair accessory for your day.
Backpiece– a barrette or comb which is decorated and fastens to the back of the head. Usually the veil attaches to it.
Barrette– a one piece which clips onto your hair. Available in many styles from simple to ornate, one will suit almost any wedding style.
Bun Wrap– a circular band that wraps around a bun. Some are available decorated, others are “invisible”.
Comb– an accessory held in place with teeth. Can be attached to a veil, worn on top of the head or used to embellish a hairstyle.
Crown– a full circular jeweled piece which sits on top of the head – perfect for fairytale themed weddings. Usually much larger than a tiara.
Hairpin– short in length, open on one end, closed on the other. Used to pull back or accent the hair.
Hairstick– a long stick with one pointed end which secures hair in an updo.
Hair Vine– a long ornament which is held in place with a small comb or pin. Vines can run along the side of a style or wrap around a headband.
Half Crown– smaller than a crown, but sits taller than a tiara. A semi-circle of jewels which sits on top of the head.
Headband– a band of varying widths that follows around the shape of your head.
Juliet Cap– this small, round cap fits snugly on top of the head and is usually adorned with jewels or pearls.
Tiara– jeweled or beaded semicircle worn on top of the head. We carry a beautiful section ofwedding tiarasfor your big day!
Wreath– a full circle of flowers or ribbon which rests on the crown of the head