Must-See Modern Headpieces For Your Bridesmaids – Part II

This is Part II of “Must-See Modern Headpieces For Your Bridesmaids”.

Say goodbye to the tacky bridal hairclips, fascinators and headbands you once knew. We’re welcoming in a new modern way to deck out your ‘do. Headpieces are no longer reserved for just the bride and with so many different options available, you’re sure to find a style that suits your wedding theme and pleases even the pickiest bridesmaid.

Going for a bohemian feel? Choose a floral (or fabric floral) headpiece that will complement loose hairdos. If your ‘maid wants to wear her hair down, opt for a floral crown. If she’s resistant to a fuller piece, a silk and lace flower hairclip will give a similar effect without all the fuss.  If you’re not going for a uniform look for everyone, choose colours or flowers that are similar to each other so that the idea remains consistent throughout.

If your wedding is classic and vintage, pearl and crystal pieces can make gorgeous accessories. Like the vintage effect, but less impressed by the bling? A loose side bun looks great with a small pearl hair clip. For simpler tastes, opt for a single-strand pearl headband that can be worn with both undone hair and updos.

For whimsical weddings, fascinators reign supreme. Choose colourful creations accented with ribbon loops and feathers.

At the top, we have a photo of an elegant silver headpiece adorned with pearls that would be a superb complement to a chic blush-toned bridesmaid dress.

Here are some more modern headpieces for your bridesmaids.


This rhinestone bow headband is cute and simple. It’s also ideal for bridesmaids with shorter ‘dos.

Buy it now from WishPiece.


This lovely tulle fascinator featuring vintage feathers and straw accents would look gorgeous at a rustic celebration.

Buy it now from Lo Boheme.


This gold plated headband shaped as a leafy crown is subtle enough to be worn for any occasion. Buy them for your bridesmaids as a gift they can wear for the big day and beyond.

Buy it now from Anthropologie.

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