Indian weddings are no cake walk – a million things to be taken care of for just a day. The bride has her share of worries – after all it’s her big day and she can’t afford to look anything short of spectacular. Bridal styling has to be perfect from head to toe. Hair accessories are a big part of bridal hairstyling. Gone are the days when only a strand of flowers and a MaangTikka adorned the bride’s hair.
Bridal hair accessories vary according to the traditions, customs and rituals as well as hair styling. A south Indian bride would have her long hair plaited, while a north Indian bride is most likely to pull her hair back and tie it into a bun, while keeping it covered with a dupatta. Flowers woven into the plaited hair of a south Indian Hindu bride is a common sight, but you can also push the glamour up a notch with some traditional gold wedding hair accessories or contemporary styles like beads or studded pins.
Similarly, in the north,embellished hair accessories are available to adorn the bride’s hairstyle. Hair clips, hair combs, head bands and studded hair pins are used for bridal hair-styling. You could always go for vintage bridal hair accessories – most Indian families pass them down as heirlooms.
The classic bun is a favourite hairstyle among the north Indian brides. Once the dupatta is off, this hairstyle can be adorned with embellished hair pins or combs like this delicate stone studded bridal hair accessories. Simple designs like these work well for a white wedding too.
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