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6 Special Bridal Accessories Every Bride Need To Have | KOKO Brides
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    6 Special Bridal Accessories Every Bride Need To Have

    Bridal accessories are there to add uniqueness to your wedding gown. They also make you look more attractive and special on your big day.

    Everyone is always looking at the bride, that’s the more reason you need to look special on your day.

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    Here are some accessories you need to have to add to your natural beauty:

    1. Wedding Shoes

    Shoes are one of the most important wedding accessories for the bride. Whether you want sky-high heels or flats, you’ll need to choose your wedding shoes before your first dress fitting so that your gown can be hemmed perfectly. When selecting your wedding shoes, consider your comfort, of course, but also your wedding venue and style. For example, if you’ll be outdoors on grass or in the sand for most of your wedding day, stiletto heels likely won’t be comfortable or appropriate—stick with wedges, sandals, or flats instead.

    2. Hair Accessories

    You have a lot of options when it comes to how you should wear your hair —up, down, or in between. You’ll also need to decide if you’ll wear any hair accessories. There’s the traditional veil. From a super-long cathedral-length veil to a mid-length fingertip veil, or a short birdcage veil or blusher.

    Flowers make a natural hair accessory, whether you choose a single blossom or a boho-chic flower crown. You can wear fresh flowers in your hair (ask your florist for help with this!) or if you’re worried about the blooms wilting, opt for fake flower accessories. There are also more glam hair accessories, like crystal headbands, hairpins, tiaras, clips, combs, barrettes, or bun wraps. And for a vintage touch, opt for a fascinator.

    3. Jewelries

    The most obvious bridal accessories you’ll wear on your wedding day are your engagement ring and wedding band. But in terms of additional jewelry, it’s up to you to decide what looks best with your dress.

    4. Undergarments

    Undergarments are another essential wedding accessory for the bride. Once you’ve selected your wedding gown, talk to your bridal salon about the undergarments they think would look best with your gown—and if any support can be built in. You may need to purchase shapewear, a specific type of bra, or seamless underwear to ensure your gown looks picture-perfect and your undergarments stay invisible.

    5. Gloves

    Some brides choose to accessorize with gloves. Bridal gloves come in a variety of lengths and styles, from wrist-length to over-the-elbow, in fabrics such as lace, satin, and crochet. Just note that if you are wearing gloves for your ceremony, you’ll have to remove them during the ring exchange.

    6. Purse

    Last on our wedding-day accessories checklist is the purse. You probably won’t want to carry a purse during your wedding—you’ll likely be carrying your bouquet for much of the day and you may end up misplacing it. However, if there are certain items that you’d like with you during the reception—makeup for a touch up, breath mints, or tissues—you can certainly put them in a purse or clutch and choose a bridesmaid or close friend or family member to keep it safe for you.

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