Veils for Every Gown Silhouette


You might be wondering how to choose a wedding veil, now that you’ve selected the perfect gown. We’re here to help! Check out our expert stylists’ advice about which veils best complement your dress!ba-veil-lengths-2017


Love the hip-hugging, flared skirt of a mermaid or trumpet? A fingertip veil drifts to 38” and a waltz veil to 60”. These mid-length styles end right about where your skirt flares out, perfectly balancing your silhouette. Consider just one tier, so the back of your gown will remain visible through the tulle!


Ever imagine yourself in a gorgeous ball gown? Bring your fairy tale to life! A short elbow veil hits around your waist and beautifully offsets the voluminous skirt. A formal cathedral veil provides a frame for your outfit and transforms your look with elaborate beading, lace, embroidery, or rhinestones.


The A-line gown is on our A-list: it looks amazing on most body types! Veils may be paired with the length of your train: our floor length is 72”, chapel is 90”, and cathedral is 108” long. You can select lace to add romance, rhinestones for a splash of sparkle, or a plain trim for classic elegance.


The cool, 90’s inspired sheath dresses are coming back. These slim-fitting gowns don’t need a lot of veil—try pairing a shoulder length veil or a French net to get that whimsical bridal look. Another great option is a plain cut edge cathedral veil that blows behind you like a wisp on the breeze.


Your short bridal dress will be a mini version of the ball gown, A-line, or sheath silhouette. Aside from choosing stunning shoes, you’ll want to select a veil that falls no lower than your waist line: elbow, shoulder, and French net veils are ideal.

Want more inspiration? Follow us on Instagram for styling ideas and all things beautifully bridal!

7 Nature-Inspired Accessories for the Adventurous Bride


Have you noticed the explosion of elopements and destination weddings on Pinterest?

It’s everywhere: adventurous young couples saying “I do” atop the slopes of misty mountains, on cliffs overlooking gorgeous ocean vistas, or at historic chapels in exotic locales.

We can’t help but think that this new trend of rugged, outdoorsy romance has something to do with a rekindled spirit of exploration—a yearning for far-flung destinations and once-in-a-lifetime moments.

So we selected a few accessories just for you jet-setting, camping-obsessed, trail-blazing brides! Inspired by nature and crafted with care, these special accents are designed to make you look and feel amazing as you embark on the greatest adventure of all.


Pearl Inspiration Headband


Style a free-spirited, of-the-moment bridal outfit with a glittering headband. Pretty faux pearls packed in a shimmering design add the perfect accent to your breeze-blown locks. Wear a cut edge veil for a whimsical, ethereal touch of romance.

You might like My Bridal Style: Trendy


Siren’s Song Halo


Top off your destination wedding outfit with a boho-luxe halo. This narrow rhinestone-studded band slips over your hair in a continuous design that may be worn alone or with a veil. Available in silver or rose gold, this gorgeous accent crowns your locks with exotic sparkle.

You might like My Bridal Style: Destination


Walk in the Woods Clip


Channel your inner goddess flaunting a leafy clip adorned with gilded leaves. This woodsy, nature-inspired design is available in silver or gold to match your other accessories. Style it in the back or on the side to show off an utterly enchanting hairstyle.

You might like My Bridal Style: Bohemian


Graceful Weaving Headband


Exuding sweet charm, this weaving tie garland features tiny metallic flowers, pearls, and rhinestones in a flexible design. Pairing perfectly with beachy gowns and ethereal skirts, this light headpiece tops off a romantic ensemble with delicate beauty. This style is available in silver or gold.

You might like My Bridal Style: Romantic


Wanderlust Headband


Feed your wanderlust and travel back to simpler times. Lavish your bridal locks with a gorgeous headband composed of gilded metallic leaves in a shimmering display. Available in silver or gold, this everlasting headpiece channels all the elegance of nature’s bounty.

You might like My Bridal Style: Vintage


Beach Beauty Comb


Getting married on an exotic beach? This lovely little comb slips into tousled tresses with perfect ease. Featuring glittering metallic flowers and freshwater pearls, this floral accent adds stunning sparkle. Pair it with pearl earrings or a bracelet for an ensemble you can rock again and again.

You might like My Bridal Style: Classic


Unburied Treasure Halo


Revel in rustic beauty with a shimmering metallic filigree and pearl halo. This radiant design sparkles in the sunlight, giving you a gorgeous glow. Add a cascading veil for that final once-in-a-lifetime accent, and pair it with jewelry to complete a stunning look.

You might like My Bridal Style: Glamorous  

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5 Must-Have Items for Every Spring Bride


It’s finally spring! The sun is peeking through, tiny birds are chirping, and trees are starting to bud. Today, we’re spotlighting lovely spring weddings and sharing our tips for how to stay warm, look stylish, and absolutely glow on your big day!



There’s nothing like a whimsical veil to add glorious beauty to your bridal look. Even if you’re not a head-over-heels romantic bride, this lovely accessory is a must-have when it comes to your ceremony and bridal portraits. This is also a great opportunity to express your personal style.

Choose a soft floral lace for a touch of romance; lace appliqués or more structured Alen­çon lace for a traditional look; rhinestones or beads for fairy-tale sparkle; and a clear cut edge or light rolled edge veil for sheer elegance. Short or long, you can find a design that is totally you.



Spring weather can be pretty unpredictable. Sure, your groom will give up his suit jacket so you don’t freeze, but do you really want to cover up your gorgeous gown—and leave him shivering?

Plan ahead by choosing a light shawl, bridal jacket or bolero, or a cute wrap. Even if it doesn’t rain, you can use it for your getaway or even honeymoon! More bridal salons are offering these accessories in a range of styles—from 3D flowers on organza to intricately beaded cover ups to silky scarves, so pick one that will keep you looking beautifully bridal.



Whether you’re getting married inside or outdoors, you’ll want at least two pairs: one for your walk down the aisle and one for the reception. Typically, it’s best to choose a wide heel for outdoor ceremonies and formal heels for weddings inside. Reception shoes can be anything that you are comfortable dancing in for at least a couple hours—choose something attractive yet cushiony (like a flat) that you can rely on.

If it rains, it’s not a bad idea to bring an extra pair of sneakers—some brides even wear boots! Lots of great photo opps revolve around shoes, so play around and have fun. Florals, bling, and bold colors offer you a range of options.



Every bride should have an emergency kit for touch-ups. After all, people will be taking photos of you literally the entire day—and probably into the night, depending on how long your reception lasts.

A concealer, powder, blush, mascara, lip gloss, and lip stick are pretty standard. Make sure to include oil blotting pads or wipes, makeup remover, a comb, and spare pins. Between the ceremony and reception is a good time to sneak away to touch up.



Spring is the perfect season to grace your hair with gorgeous flowers! You can incorporate the beauty of nature with any number of headpiece options.

If you’re wearing lace, try a soft fabric flower comb or headband with delicate floral details. To jazz up a simple dress, enhance your ensemble with a sparkly hair vine or vintage-inspired comb. If you’re featuring gold in your look, choose painted gold leaves or metallic flowers. Going boho-chic? Try on a dazzling rhinestone halo. Keep looking until you find that perfect treasure for your big day.


Are you getting married in the spring? Check out our Instagram feed for seasonal bridal inspiration!

Ravishing Rose Gold: Our Most Popular Styles in a Gorgeous New Color


Romance is in the air. It’s the height of wedding season, and we couldn’t be more excited to release a gorgeous new selection of beautiful bridal headpieces in rose gold!

Bohemian, luxurious, trendy, vintage-inspired, and glamorous—we’ve carefully chosen a design for every bride. This lovely shade of gold blends the warmth of traditional yellow gold with the charming allure of blush pink. The results are literally stunning.

Scroll down to see some of our most popular headpieces in a whole new light.


Pearl Cluster Comb


Sparkling, rhinestone-encrusted flowers with pearl clusters create a classic, beautiful bridal accent. This lovely comb easily tucks into a chignon or updo, adding instant elegance to any outfit. Style this comb in the back or on the side; pair it with a glittering rose gold belt or earrings to complete your look.

Other color options: silver.


Shimmering Filigree Halo


One of our most romantic halos just got trendier! Create a beautiful, boho-luxe look with a gorgeous linked metallic halo shimmering with round rhinestones. Floral filigree and stunning sparkle make this design a must-have for a wedding in any season. Style this with a veil for a truly incredible ensemble.

Other color options: gold, silver.


Royal Swirls Sash


Slip into something gorgeous. Rhinestone-encrusted floral swirls create a luxurious pattern of eye-catching sparkle. This regal design transforms any gown with legendary beauty. Wear it as a sash for a trendy accent, or style it as a tie headband for serious wow factor.

Other color options: silver/ivory, silver/white.


In Full Bloom Pins


Kiss your bridal hair style with a touch of sparkle. A pair of whimsical, rhinestone-encrusted floral pins glitters with subtle beauty. Style this in a vintage-inspired updo with trailing curls, or gift these little favors to your bridesmaids to complement their gowns!

Other color options: gold, silver.


Pretty Pearls Garland


Beautifully bohemian, this lovely design incorporates pearls and fairy-tale sparkle in a modern design. A flexible metallic hair vine with lustrous glass pearls and delicately wired rhinestones ties on sheer organza. Weave it through a braid or wear it as a headband to personalize your look.

Other color options: gold/ivory, silver/ivory, silver/white.


Vintage Glamour Headband


Sparkling marquise and oval stones dominate a gorgeous, vintage-inspired headband. Glittering in a magnificent design of shimmering filigree, this metal-link headband exudes dramatic beauty. Tie it on as an opulent headband or belt to express your own style.

Other color options: silver.


Midsummer Tiara


Show off an eye-catching bridal tiara in trendy rose gold! Reign over your fairy-tale wedding with this gorgeous design of sparkling swirls and rhinestones. Best paired with a dramatic gown and veil, you’ll add just a hint of magic with this elegant, romantic finishing touch.

Other color options: silver.


Simple Sparkle Halo


Sometimes, it’s the simple things you appreciate the most. A sparkling halo of narrow rhinestones and floral motifs encircles your bridal hairstyle with feminine allure. Style this lovely, boho-luxe design with a veil for maximum romance, or wear it alone as a light accent piece.

Other color options: silver.


Floral Swirl Comb


Vintage-inspired yet oh-so-chic, this ornate design combines rhinestone swirls with small, sparkling flowers in an artistic pattern. Classically elegant, this shimmering comb beautifully complements any romantic ensemble. Style this with luxurious rose gold earrings to complete your look.

Other color options: silver.


Celestial Sparkle Tiara


Enrich your wedding day ensemble with a gorgeous tiara packed with glittering rhinestones. Sparkling with starry splendor, this lovely design tops off any princess-inspired gown with ravishing beauty. Wear it with a veil and opulent rhinestone jewelry to complete a dreamy look.

Other color options: silver.


Fairy-Tale Headband


Step into a fairy tale wearing a delicate, twinkling headband. Sparkling center stones and a narrow line of shimmering rhinestones create a fantastic accent for your wedding wardrobe. Complement this romantic design with a graceful veil and elegant drop earrings.

Other color options: silver.

Want to see more? Match your chosen headpiece with our bracelets and earrings that are now available in rose gold!

5 Tips for Planning a Religious Wedding


Marriage is steeped with religious meaning. Though social views have changed over time, many people still view it as a sacred union.

Often, brides and grooms choose civil ceremonies for more flexibility; however, religious traditions may still be incorporated to honor one or both parties. In fact, this can be a helpful option if one partner is more spiritual than the other, or each person comes from a different faith.

If you prefer to get married in your place of worship, it’s a good idea to talk to your officiant, first. Most faiths have rules about what a marriage ceremony includes, how long it takes, and when it can be scheduled. Here are a few tips to get you started!

Get a Marriage License

Bottom line: if you’re getting married, you need a legal license. This is not provided by your church; you have to get one from your county or city office. You must verify your identity, eligibility to get married (age and single status), and pay the fees. There may be waiting period and/or window in which you may use the license, so schedule your visit accordingly.

Schedule Ahead of Time

If you’re Roman Catholic, for example, you may not be allowed to marry during Lent or Easter weekend. While some parishes may not prohibit marriages on Sundays, most churches will not cancel regular worship sessions to schedule a wedding. You’ll want to check with your church and find out what days are available ahead of time.


Consider Your Partner

Interfaith religions and same-sex marriages have been a point of contention over the years. Some religions frown upon marrying someone from another faith and/or require conversion; others are neutral and allow spouses to keep their religions. Some churches/temples only approve weddings after interviewing both people—even couples of the same faith. Some churches recognize civil unions and others do not; the spiritual aspect of marriage also varies between faiths. Be aware of the rules about marriage, children, and divorce before you walk down the aisle!

Include Ceremony Traditions

Religious traditions can add beauty and significance to your wedding. There’s usually a reading from scripture along with words about marriage and/or the couple from the officiant. A ring exchange is typical. Depending on your faith, your ceremony may include a mass, communion, and/or audience participation (sitting, standing, readings, or prayer). Folk traditions such as jumping the broom or handfasting may or may not be allowed, so ask your officiant. Some faiths encourage special practices before or after the ceremony, such as periods of seclusion or traditional dances.

Follow Venue Rules

If you’re getting married in a church, the reception will be in a separate space. There may also be rules about who is allowed to attend the ceremony (for example, if you’re Mormon getting married in a temple). Some venues allow lighting a unity candle and others do not. Jewish weddings are often held outside under a chuppah. Churches may limit your choice of music; a specific dress code may also be required. Don’t assume, however, that you must cover your shoulders or hair. Different parishes espouse different traditions, so check with your local house of worship for specifics.


Weddings comprise a meaningful part of our culture. Talk to your partner and discuss how your families feel about a wedding that does (or doesn’t) include traditions belonging to a specific faith.

Decide which practices are important to you, and which ones you’d rather leave out. Ask your religious officiant for more guidance, so you can plan a wedding that honors your beliefs and feels right for you. Happy planning!


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Style Spotlight: 10 Stunning Veils in Waltz Length


Why walk down the aisle when you can waltz?

Veils come in a variety of lengths, and one of our favorites is waltz. Hitting at mid-calf, waltz (aka ballet) designs give you the figure-flattering look of a long veil without hitting the floor. Aptly named, this graceful length is short enough that you can dance in it all night long!

We’ve rounded up ten of our most beautiful waltz veils. Discover your perfect match!


Graceful Lace Appliqués


Alençon lace lends a polished air to any bridal ensemble. If you’re a romantic, this rolled edge veil with rhinestone-accented lace appliqués might be for you!

You might like My Bridal Style: Romantic


Breezy Cascading Horsehair


A two-tier veil with a narrow horsehair edge, this minimalist design cascades down your silhouette with sheer grace. This lovely look is perfect for the breezy, easygoing bride.

You might like My Bridal Style: Bohemian


Embroidered Floral Mantilla


Unbeaded floral lace drifts like trailing blossoms in a beautiful scalloped pattern. This gorgeous mantilla is made for memorable romance.

You might like My Bridal Style: Vintage


Ethereal Chantilly Lace


Love Chantilly lace? This airy lace is featured on this gorgeous, two-tier design that cascades in a waterfall down your silhouette. This ethereal lace complements many designer gowns.

You might like My Bridal Style: Trendy


Dazzling Double Rhinestones


Get ready to sparkle! If you’re a glamorous bride, this one’s for you. Scattered rhinestones add radiant shimmer with this two-tier beauty.

You might like My Bridal Style: Glamorous


Romantic Flower Lace


Combining the formal beauty of a mantilla with the gathered look of a veil, this pretty style incorporates floral Venise lace in a stunning design. We’re swooning already!

You might like My Bridal Style: Romantic


Dreamy Scattered Lace


We love florals, don’t you? This design features a cut edge with square corners and scattered flower lace appliqués. This veil beautifully enhances gowns with graceful lace details.

You might like My Bridal Style: Destination


Simple Ribbon Silhouette


Minimalist. Elegant. Worry-free. This ribbon edge veil features pointed corners in a cascading shape that accentuates your best features.

You might like My Bridal Style: Classic


Regal Alençon Mantilla


If you want princess-worthy beauty, this traditional mantilla rises to the occasion! Gorgeous Alençon lace frames your face with floral scallops.

You might like My Bridal Style: Romantic


Luxurious Gilded Lace


Add unique beauty to your ensemble! This cascading two-tier veil features a metallic rolled edge and either gold or silver threaded lace appliqués for a look that is simply stunning.

You might like My Bridal Style: Trendy


Our veils come in different colors of tulle to match your dress, and ALL of these designs are available in cathedral length, too! Ask your bridal stylist about your options, and follow our Instagram feed for styling ideas!

The Pros and Cons of Elopement


Thinking about running away to get married?

Elopements are a growing trend in 2017, and it’s easy to see why—without all the hustle and bustle of planning a wedding, you can really focus on what you want. If you dream of getting married on a mountaintop, you can! Want to say I do in city hall? Go for it!

On the flip side, weddings evolved for good reason, and skipping the traditions can mean you miss out on some important rites of passage. Let’s dive in!

PRO: Focus on Your Love

When you elope, it’s just you and your partner. This moment is private, romantic, and memorable—without extra frills. You can truly let go of the superfluous details and focus on your love. You don’t have to spend a lot of time saying hello to friends and relatives in a whirlwind of a day.

CON: No Family Present

Back in the day, people would elope precisely to cut out disapproving parents and relatives. But if you’re on good terms with your family, you may want them present for this special moment. It’s possible to plan a small and/or casual wedding so your closest loved ones can bear witness.


PRO: Exotic Location, Small Budget

It’s cheaper to avoid renting a space and feeding guests—hence the attraction of elopements. You literally just have to show up and sign the papers, if that’s all you want. In the social media age, more couples are opting to hire a photographer and exchange vows in a beautiful location.

CON: Missing a Life Event

Your wedding is a rite of passage: it helps to prepare you, socially and emotionally, for marriage. We make a big deal of it because, like graduating school or having a child, it is supposed to stand out. You might later wish you’d worn a white dress, or gone ring shopping, or done ____ differently.


PRO: Getting What You Want

Tired of your mother-in-law’s unwanted advice? Don’t care what the bridesmaids’ shoes look like? When you elope, you have control over what elements of style—if any—you care to incorporate. You can go to a chapel and have it over in an hour, or say your vows in a hot air balloon. It’s all up to you!

CON: Ignoring Stakeholders

Imagine you’re a parent. A significant moment in your life includes when your daughter or son gets married—you’re probably a wonderful mess of pride, sorrow, and joy. Siblings or close friends may also feel hurt if they’re left out. Bottom line: unless you live under a rock, people care about you and want to participate in your biggest life events.


PRO: No Planning Needed

Don’t want to stress over planning a wedding? You don’t have to! Eloping means you can skip hiring a wedding planner, following a timeline, obsessing over a gown, picking florals, and choosing invitations. All you need is a license and someone legally certified to marry you (check your state’s requirements).

CON: No Social Skills Gained

Ever hear that communication is vital to a marriage? When you plan a wedding, you also gain skills such as: event planning, interpersonal relations, time management, negotiation, cooperation, compromise, emotional intelligence, budgeting, scheduling, organization, problem-solving, and multi-tasking.


PRO: Short Waiting Period

Does waiting for years to get married while you plan an extensive wedding sound exhausting? It’s common for couples to spend at least one year (sometimes two or three) saving and planning so they can throw the wedding of their dreams. Eloping can be done in a few days.

CON: Truncated Engagement

When you cut down your engagement time, you also miss getting to know your partner better. Even if you’re a thousand percent sure, an engagement period is like a test drive. It gives you both time to prepare for marriage—and see new/different aspects of each other in the process.



Whether you’re eloping or planning a large wedding, we’re here for you! Check out our accessories to make your big day even more special, and follow us on Instagram for styling ideas. Congratulations!

10 Top-Selling Carryovers from Bridal Market

It’s that time of year again!


We’ve just returned from Chicago Bridal Market and we’re so excited to share that our Fall 2017 Collection was a huge hit! Check back with us in a few weeks to see what made the cut—we’ll post our newest items on our website for all to see.

In the meantime, our most popular carryovers (favorites from past seasons) included stunning veils, pretty rose gold headpieces, and glittering clips and combs. Check out our Top 10 List and see what this year’s bridal shop owners loved the most!


Rose Gold Comb 6202

This delightfully elegant bridal comb slips easily into an updo and is a quintessential accent for any bride. Combining pearls and rhinestones in a floral design, this match-everything design is super trendy in rose gold. Style it with pearl or rhinestone jewelry for the ultimate romantic look.

Rose Gold Halo 6505

Last year’s bohemian trend has evolved into a gorgeous, boho-luxe style in which brides adorn themselves with utterly elegant, unstructured designs. This lovely rose gold halo dovetails beautifully with a rustic style. Made for the modern bride, it looks great with or without a veil.

Rose Gold Belt 6518

Another hit in rose gold, our glittering metal filigree belt 6518 has been selling fast! This lovely rhinestone encrusted belt twirls in an elegant, vintage-inspired design that beautifully enhances any gown with panache. This style may also be worn as a headpiece.

Gold Tie Headband 6558

Our headpieces in luxurious yellow gold were hugely popular at market! This warm hue looks especially pretty with blush, champagne, and ivory gowns. This gorgeous tie headband is composed of tiny faux pearls and a metallic nature-inspired design of open leaves. Pair it with pearl or gold jewelry.


Gold Flower Pins 1718

Romantic brides are still having a say in 2017. Right alongside bohemian fashions, feminine flower patterns are everywhere this season. These delightful pins feature everlasting, metallic blooms and add the perfect touch of elegance to any ensemble. They’re also available in silver.

Horsehair Edge Veil V7388

One of our most popular veils from last season, this lovely fingertip length design gracefully cascades with sheer elegance. The foldover top tier may be worn forward as a blusher or back for extra shape and style. Beautifully complementing a variety of gown silhouettes, this one’s a must-have.

Cushion Cut Bracelet BC134

Did you know we sell beautiful bridal jewelry? Our earrings and bracelets are more popular than ever this year! This design features cushion cut rhinestones with glittering pavé halos secured with a lobster clasp. Available in rose gold, gold, or silver, this bracelet beautifully finishes off any ensemble.


Beaded Veil V7056

Shimmering with bugle beads, rhinestones, and crystals, this lovely design adds subtle glamour to any bridal ensemble. Available in ivory, white, diamond white, blush, champagne, and latte, this versatile veil style is popular year after year. It is even available in cathedral length!

Luxe Tulle Cathedral V7333C

Working with a Pinterest bride? There’s nothing more graceful than a light-as-air cathedral veil blowing in the breeze. Our luxe tulle cathedral veil features faux silk tulle in a beautiful cut edge design. This style complements just about any gown silhouette and is only available in ivory.


Alençon Lace Cathedral V7034CX

You can’t beat classic, beautiful lace—our V7034 is number one time after time. This gorgeous cathedral design features a simple rolled edge at the top and floral Alençon lace along the curve. Bursting with romance, this bridal essential complements a variety of lace gowns with perfect elegance.


Want to see more? If you’re a bridal retailer, be sure to come see us at New York Bridal Fashion Week. Follow us on Instagram for sneak peeks at our new collection, and check back on our website for updates soon!


7 Essential Elements of Your Groom’s Style


Men have their own code of style.

Sure, they often gravitate to the same fashion categories as brides (such as bohemian or vintage-inspired), but the way men create a snazzy look is different.

Different does not mean better or worse; in fact, guys are getting bolder and more creative with their wedding day outfits, and we’re head over heels for this trend! So while we love to celebrate beautiful bridal fashions, we feel that groom’s styles can be just as exciting.

For all your fashion-forward brides (or grooms), we’ve put together seven tips about how to create a masculine style that is wedding-appropriate and on theme. Check it out!



Perhaps the most striking part of a man’s wedding day look is his level of formality. If a guy is waiting for his bride in a black tuxedo, you can bet her attire will be equally polished. Choose whether your theme will be formal or informal; find out if he prefers a tux or a suit, a jacket with pants, or no jacket at all. Some guys go with a vest or wear suspenders, instead.



You can actually tell a lot about someone by checking out their shoes. Colorful sneakers indicate a wedding that is meant to be edgy or whimsical. Shiny dress shoes? A formal affair. Cowboy boots? Definitely rustic. Sandals? Obviously you’re at the beach. Plenty of men add quirky socks to otherwise formal outfits to shake things up, too!



In most photos of a groom, you’ll see his tie. Choose this accessory wisely—apart from a man’s suit or shirt, a tie is probably the most expressive element of his wedding style. Is it a bow tie? A skinny tie? A vintage-inspired pattern? Made from cotton, silk, polyester? Does it have a tie bar? Does it match the ties of his groomsmen, or coordinate with the wedding colors? Does it match a pocket square?



Did you know they make superhero cufflinks? They also make ones that look like sheet music, or are shaped like airplanes, or mimic the points of a compass. This quintessentially male accessory is typically a classy, formal touch—and these days, he can choose from literally hundreds of design options. You can even get monograms or engrave your wedding date—the whole point is personalization!



This classic element of a man’s wedding attire is usually worn by the groom, male family members, and groomsmen. The groom’s boutonniere should mirror his bride’s bouquet, but be smaller and unique to him. Modern couples creatively incorporate not just flowers, but elements such as fabric, greenery, pinecones, berries, or knick-knacks to accentuate a style or theme.



This accessory is more important than cufflinks, because a man wears it far more often. Some brides will gift their grooms sentimental watches for the wedding, but the style of this functional piece matters. He might prefer to wear one he already owns (as a bride might don her favorite necklace). Watches can look sleek, heavy, formal, complicated, vintage, or trendy.



Every groom brings his own indefinable charm to his wedding day outfit. Some men might wear suspenders; others may roll up their shirt sleeves. Vintage-inspired guys often wear hats for photos. Sunglasses are both practical and cool-looking. The way he shaves for the big day is telling, too—is he sporting a beard like a mountain man, or going for a sleek, clean-shaven look?

Your groom may choose to rent a tux or put together a custom outfit—but his look is anything but simple. Find a style that’s right for your wedding day, and go from there!



Want more inspiration?

Follow us on Instagram and check out our Style My Groom Pinterest board!


Shop Us at BHLDN


Did you know that you can buy select Bel Aire Bridal accessories online? Check out our lovely Anneli floral comb, currently available through BHLDN, here!


Designed exclusively for BHLDN, this lovely floral comb features soft blush flowers and delicate beaded sprays for a delightful bridal accent that is oh-so-romantic. This whimsical, feminine piece slips easily into any updo and may be worn in the back or on the side; shimmering rhinestones and faux pearls lend an air of elegant charm to this nature-inspired design. A beautiful bridal keepsake, these wilt-free blooms may be worn with or without a veil.


Love this design? Visit our website to see more beautiful flowers, combs, headbands, and vines. Then use our Store Locator to find our bridal accessories at a retailer near you!