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It is time to prepare accessories for your wedding day after you have already decided your wedding dress.We also strongly suggest you could to do so once you decide what dress to wear.

Here are 9 accessories you may need to add them to your wedding list.

1.Wedding Headpiece

There maybe a lot of options for you to choose how to wear your hair.A sweet starfish hair comb or orchid flower is perfect for the barefoot beachy bride.A classic style is perfect for the minimalist or timeless bride.More of a romantic or boho bride...a beautiful handmade design would be just perfect!

2.Sashes

If you wedding a simple wedding gown without embellishment,you may need to add a sash to feel more bridal.Sash on the waist will emphasize your silhouetee.

3.Veils

Veils are an accessory to your wedding dress,not part of your dress.The veil design and length depends on your wedding dress.If your dress has elegant lace appliques scattered all over the dress,down to the train,a simple one layer veil would allow you to show off the details on your wedding dress.Shorter veils will frame the body of slender brides,while birdcage veils can add an edgy or vintage feel to the dress.

4.Wedding Shoes

Your bid days will come and go in a blink of an eye.You want to enjoy every second of it while you can.The last thing you want to be bothered by is the fact that your shoes are killing your feet.Keep it as comfy as you can so you can enjoy your day to the fullest.So you have envisioned your dress with heels,make them comfy heels.Pick a pair that has ankle and toes straps for more security.Keep in mind the height as well when picking out a pair of shoes.

5.Necklace

A necklace is a traditional choice for most bride-to-be’s, with many opting for a matching necklace and earring set.Keep in mind your dress neckline when choosing your wedding necklace and looking into these options as some will not work together. Strapless dresses look beautiful with necklaces, and simpler silky sheath dresses look incredible with dainty wedding necklaces with fine chains and minimal stones.

6.Earrings

Earrings are the fastest way to dress up an outfit. Whether it is a classy pair of pearl studs or hoops for that cool girl vibe, there’s a pair for every occasion.

7.Bracelets

If you’ve been spending months at the gym in preparation for the biggest day of your life and you want to show off your toned arms in a sleeveless dress, then why not accessorize with a dainty diamante for a little sparkle.

8.Garter

As far as wedding traditions go, the garter toss is as old as can be! There are many superstitions surrounding this tradition. One superstition was that owning a piece of the wedding dress would bring good luck and this led to guests attacking the bride in an attempt to rip off a piece of her gown. Brides started wearing a specific article of clothing that can be removed and given as the lucky piece: the garter. Many couples still do a garter toss and bouquet toss today, but the tradition is slowly losing momentum.

After the bride performs the bouquet toss, the groom does the garter toss for all the unmarried bachelors in the crowd. It is said that whoever who catches the garter will be the next to get married.

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9.Wedding Gloves

If you are not wearing long sleeve gown. For traditional bridal look, gloves in different length and variety of material such as cotton, tulle, satin and lace.

If you are obsessed with vintage bridal look. Lace gloves will do the trick.

It is time to prepare accessories for your wedding day after you have already decided your wedding dress.We also strongly suggest you could to do so once you decide what dress to wear.

Here are 9 accessories you may need to add them to your wedding list.

1.Wedding Headpiece

There maybe a lot of options for you to choose how to wear your hair.A sweet starfish hair comb or orchid flower is perfect for the barefoot beachy bride.A classic style is perfect for the minimalist or timeless bride.More of a romantic or boho bride...a beautiful handmade design would be just perfect!

2.Sashes

If you wedding a simple wedding gown without embellishment,you may need to add a sash to feel more bridal.Sash on the waist will emphasize your silhouetee.

3.Veils

Veils are an accessory to your wedding dress,not part of your dress.The veil design and length depends on your wedding dress.If your dress has elegant lace appliques scattered all over the dress,down to the train,a simple one layer veil would allow you to show off the details on your wedding dress.Shorter veils will frame the body of slender brides,while birdcage veils can add an edgy or vintage feel to the dress.

4.Wedding Shoes

Your bid days will come and go in a blink of an eye.You want to enjoy every second of it while you can.The last thing you want to be bothered by is the fact that your shoes are killing your feet.Keep it as comfy as you can so you can enjoy your day to the fullest.So you have envisioned your dress with heels,make them comfy heels.Pick a pair that has ankle and toes straps for more security.Keep in mind the height as well when picking out a pair of shoes.

5.Necklace

A necklace is a traditional choice for most bride-to-be’s, with many opting for a matching necklace and earring set.Keep in mind your dress neckline when choosing your wedding necklace and looking into these options as some will not work together. Strapless dresses look beautiful with necklaces, and simpler silky sheath dresses look incredible with dainty wedding necklaces with fine chains and minimal stones.

6.Earrings

Earrings are the fastest way to dress up an outfit. Whether it is a classy pair of pearl studs or hoops for that cool girl vibe, there’s a pair for every occasion.

7.Bracelets

If you’ve been spending months at the gym in preparation for the biggest day of your life and you want to show off your toned arms in a sleeveless dress, then why not accessorize with a dainty diamante for a little sparkle.

8.Garter

As far as wedding traditions go, the garter toss is as old as can be! There are many superstitions surrounding this tradition. One superstition was that owning a piece of the wedding dress would bring good luck and this led to guests attacking the bride in an attempt to rip off a piece of her gown. Brides started wearing a specific article of clothing that can be removed and given as the lucky piece: the garter. Many couples still do a garter toss and bouquet toss today, but the tradition is slowly losing momentum.

After the bride performs the bouquet toss, the groom does the garter toss for all the unmarried bachelors in the crowd. It is said that whoever who catches the garter will be the next to get married.

.

9.Wedding Gloves

If you are not wearing long sleeve gown. For traditional bridal look, gloves in different length and variety of material such as cotton, tulle, satin and lace.

If you are obsessed with vintage bridal look. Lace gloves will do the trick.

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