On the wed­ding day, every bride wants to look per­fect, which is why she care­ful­ly thinks through her entire image to the small­est detail. Every detail should com­ple­ment the ensem­ble and make it har­mo­nious and com­plete. Even such an acces­so­ry as a wed­ding hair clip should fit into the style of the bride, empha­siz­ing her beau­ty and charm. How­ev­er, which mod­el should you choose?

Hairpins for wedding hair

Wed­ding acces­sories, like every­thing else in this world, are influ­enced by fash­ion. And, despite the fact that the choice of jew­el­ry is very large, recent­ly flo­ral motifs have been espe­cial­ly pop­u­lar. More­over, it can be both liv­ing veg­e­ta­tion and arti­fi­cial. Exquis­ite wed­ding hair­pins in the form of a flower will cre­ate a gen­tle and roman­tic look. For exam­ple, it can be a com­po­si­tion of feath­ers and ros­es or a sprig of white cher­ry blos­soms, a lush peony or a noble clema­tis. A volu­mi­nous solo flower will also look very impres­sive, with which you can dec­o­rate the curls col­lect­ed at the back of the head or fas­ten it to the side on short hair.

Lovers of ele­gant clas­sics will like more tra­di­tion­al acces­sories. Shiny hair­pins, dec­o­rat­ed with rhine­stones, pearls or beads, will bring ele­gance and orig­i­nal­i­ty to the image.

Comb hair­pins are also in high demand among wed­ding jew­el­ry. This prac­ti­cal and very refined detail will fit per­fect­ly into the fes­tive ensem­ble. For exam­ple, a comb adorned with small wild flow­ers can be worn as a dia­dem, while cas­cad­ing light curls will look even more charm­ing.

Among the lat­est trends are bridal hair­pins made using the kan­za­shi tech­nique. This amaz­ing Japan­ese tech­nique for mak­ing var­i­ous jew­el­ry allows each girl to put a piece of her­self into cre­at­ing a sophis­ti­cat­ed image. Vol­u­met­ric hair­pins with flower arrange­ments made of satin rib­bons look incred­i­bly beau­ti­ful. Such a dec­o­ra­tion will def­i­nite­ly not go unno­ticed, and the bride will receive many com­pli­ments in her address.

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wedding tousled bouquet of white and wine color