23 Memorable Bridal Accessories
Add a splash of personality to your wedding or pay homage to a beloved relative with these unique bridal accessories.
Personalized bridal accessories can be a great way to make your wedding special. These unique accessories will be the perfect finishing touch to your bridal style.
A bouquet of white peonies, seeded eucalyptus, and dusty miller is tied together with a cameo brooch belonging to the bride's grandmother.
This Southern bride wore her grandmother's pearls, which had been restrung as a bracelet.
Give your 'something blue' a stylish (and sassy) spin by sporting the bridal hue on a pair of embellished flats.
A silk flower dresses the bride's loose bun.
A traditional blusher veil brings an air of vintage romance to a bridal look.
Fine jewelry or costume pieces can add sparkle to any bouquet. This one has a pearl brooch from the bride's grandmother attached to the collar.
The bride's mother had a favorite verse of scripture sewn into the wedding dress.
After the ceremony, this bride traded her veil for a single gardenia blossom.
Short birdcage veils are a popular choice for fashionable brides seeking a vintage look.
This Victorian key brooch pinned to the bride's bouquet served as her "something old."
Follow an age-old Southern tradition and personalize a handkerchief or ribbon with your new initials and wedding date. Many Southern brides use vintage linens that have been passed down through their family to wrap at the base of the bouquet.
Bright parasols in the wedding's colors provide shade for the bridesmaids.
The bride added a Southern touch to her wedding by carrying the same Bible down the aisle as her mother and grandmother and wearing the earrings they wore on their wedding days.
Honor the memory of special family members by displaying their photos in a locket that's casually pinned onto the stems of the flowers.
A German Shorthaired Pointer poses for pictures with the bride and enjoys the festivities.