Accessorizing Your Wedding Dress

Our South Florida Bridal Boutique offers a wide variety of gorgeous wedding gowns from top dress designers. Choosing the dress that fits you in all the right places and makes you feel beautiful on your big day is one of the biggest decisions during wedding planning. However, once you choose the perfect gown, you will need to add a few accessories to make it your own and complete your wedding day look. Our bridal store in West Palm Beach offers a great selection of accessories but today, we like to focus on your headpiece and veil. Should you have a bridal veil, tiara, or both?

Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches knows that there are a wide variety of headpieces to choose from: tiaras, headbands, combs, barrettes, clips, and so many more. In addition to those, the array of stunning veils that you can find for your wedding dress may make your head spin. How in the world do you narrow down the choices?

Complement Your Dress Design

The type of wedding dress that you fell in love with is the best place to start when looking for inspiration. You will want to wear something that works well with the embellishments and style of your gown. For a simpler style, you may want to be a little more decorative when it comes to your headpiece. On the other hand, if your dress is covered in embellishments, toning down the accessories is probably wise. You want your bridal headpiece to complement the overall look, not overpower it.

Work With Your Hairstyle

Your bridal headpiece or veil will need to make sense with the hairstyle that you have chosen for the day. If you have your heart set on a particular hairstyle, let your Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches consultant know this and they can guide you toward something that will work the best with it. When you find a headpiece or veil that you simply must have first, in this case you may want to go to your hairstylist with the accessory and get their advice on the best way to wear your hair with it.

Consider the Wedding Location

A wedding that is outdoors at a time of year when you can expect a lot of wind may not be the best occasion for a floor-length veil. In that case, a shorter veil, or no veil at all is the best way to go. If you are having a formal church ceremony, but the reception is going to be a great big dance party, you can always choose to wear an elegant veil for the vows that can be detached for the reception. Where you will be and what you will be doing is a big deciding factor in the type of veil you may or may not want.

Edward Berger Headpieces & Veils

At our West Palm Beach bridal boutique, we love the wedding accessories created by the talented Edward Berger design team. 

Edward Berger has been helping brides look their most beautiful since 1922. The design staff is constantly coming up with new and innovative veils and headpieces perfect for every type of bride. Each one is unique, and the one-of-a-kind style is positively stunning.


Accessories by Mon Cheri


Bridal Couture of the Palm Beaches is your one-stop shop for finding everything to complete your wedding day look. We can help you choose your dress style and match your accessories to accomplish a stunning look for your wedding day. Make your appointment with us today, we can't wait to help make you feel beautiful! 

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Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411
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