Let's talk about Headbands! Headbands have shown the biggest increase in sales within the accessories category. They're the perfect way to combine classic and glamour on your wedding day. These new wedding hair accessory trends are just the place to start when it comes to choosing your wedding hairstyle for the big day.
Whether you're into something subtle or one with bells and whistles, there is a headband to suit every bride. For brides looking to get this look, Etsy is an amazing place to find these beauties from smaller boutiques, who will almost always be able to create the perfect customised piece just for you.
Between them, these brands have got something to suit pretty much every budget and style, so let's go shopping!
1. Ann Marie Fulkner
AM Faulkner is a contemporary bridal accessories studio. Who specialise in headpieces and veils for the modern bride, the unconventional bride, the tom boys, the romantics, the girls who know their style.
Each one of her pieces is crafted by hand in her East London studio using artisan techniques and ethically sourced materials. Ann Marie is proud to be able to trace the origins of every single fabric and element used in her work.
2. Kala Waya Collections
Kala Waya Collections exists out of a passion for bespoke hair adornments, promoting hair positivity and creative jewellery making. Each headpiece is handcrafted with design in mind that is authentic to you, your hairstyle and vibe. From intricate combs, regal loc adornments to luxe headbands and crowns.
All of KW'S designs are presented in signature rose gold, gold and coppery tones. Using mainly traditional wirework, beading, couture embroidery and silk flower making techniques to create unique interpretations in modern sophisticated pieces. Drawing subtle inspiration from a fusion of African, Egyptian, Asian and European influences.
3. Paper to Lace
Paper to Lace are a bridal wear brand co-owned by Cristina Ruggeri and Becky Gunstone, specialising in creating beautiful bridal wear and accessories in their East London studio.
Cristina and Becky's careers in costume have informed much of their work at Paper to Lace. They find inspiration from many sources, from 1930's Hollywood glamour, to Stevie Nicks and Karen O.
Luxe Hairpieces & Hair Jewels, handcrafted in London. KontesLondon create a range of headbands from, beautiful and classic white velvet padded headband embellished with pearls to silver headpiece featuring individually wired white pearls and crystals.
5. Lizzie McQuade
A bespoke milliner and accessory designer, based in London and LA, making modern artisan hats, headpieces and accessories for contemporary women and directional brides.
Every one of Lizzie's pieces is made by her or her hand selected team of expert milliners. Using the very best materials and the most exquisite craftsmanship is so important to Lizzie. She wants your bespoke headpiece to be a timeless heirloom you can wear again and again, or treasure to pass forward to the next generation.