When it comes to finding the perfect bridal accessories, we find that a lot of brides tend to stick to more traditional accessories like a classic veil. However, there are so many more options out there for you to choose from! Here at Belle Amour Bridal, we have all kinds of exciting bridal accessories to choose from that are so unique and special! Today, we’re going to share a few of our faves:
Detachable Train with Leafy Appliqués
You'll wow your guests with this detachable tulle train! Featuring leafy lace appliqués, it adds just the right amount of drama to a fitted wedding dress. For a two-in-one look, take it off when the dancing starts! This looks great with the Deidra dress:
Style #88245 - Deidra
Make a dramatic entrance in this figure-flattering fit and flare gown! With an off-the-shoulder plunging neckline, the illusion bodice accentuates your décolletage. Over a sequined tulle underlay, this gown features leafy lace appliqués.
All-new sparkling Chantilly lace and full hand beading adorn this mermaid beauty. Beautiful, modern - and detachable! - off-shoulder portrait neckline frames deep sweetheart bodice. It's got long sleeves and extended cuffs. The signature gown with double sculpted hem stands out with its voluminous, detachable A-line overskirt.
Chiffon Cape with Cowl Back
Brides-to-be, meet bridal capes, the latest bridal fashion trend. You'll definitely make a statement down the aisle when you wear a cape! It creates a wedding day look that’s unexpected and SO gorgeous. And this chiffon cape will make a dramatic entrance! The cowl back is complemented by sequined lace appliqués.
With its stunning cape attachment, Ryder will make an incredible entrance for your wedding day! The sparkling, hand beaded lace is absolutely breathtaking.
There's nothing better than a bridal headband for a wedding. This trending look is stylish, functional, and fun. Modern brides love headbands because they're contemporary and fashion-forward, keeping the tradition of a bridal headpiece.
Headbands and bridal veils are often paired together. You don't have to have both, but there's no harm in having the perfect pair. Wearing a veil with headbands during the ceremony and taking it off for the reception is not uncommon (and totally stylish).