Jennifer Behr ‘Dorothee’ Headpiece ($675 at Jennifer Behr)
I know I’ve abandoned my Bridal Love posts since getting married last September. I’m not sure how many of you are planning to tie the knot in the near future (if not just skip this post — super girlieness ahead), but I’ll sneak in a couple of bridal posts here and there. 
I found choosing the accessories to be the most difficult part. Especially headpieces, since that’s what everyone will be focusing on and what the camera will immortalise forever and ever. What’s on your head is almost more important than the dress: if your headpiece looks cheap, everything will look cheap.

Nicole & Co Silk Coil Hat ($120 at BHLDN)

There are so many beautiful options that there is no excuse of not having something spectacular. Whether it’s a small delicate pin or a comb, a headband (in lieu of a tiara) or a fascinator. If we learned one thing from the Royal Wedding, it’s that fascinators rock!

Jennifer Behr ‘Arielle’ Headband ($1250 at Jennifer Behr)

Jennifer Behr ‘Aloft’ Headband ($260 at BHLDN)

Another thing we learned? Tiaras rock. But one could get the same look just as easily with a headband (and it will be less cheesy). In fact, one could wear them any day of the year — I wear my Jennifer Behr ‘Crystal Twist’ all the time! 
Ban.Do ‘Paramount’ Jewelled Headband ($350 at Ban.Do)
Jennifer Behr ‘Crystal Wing’ Bobby Pin ($68 at Jennifer Behr, BHLDN and Sophie’s Closet)

I also love the idea of wearing your hair down, decorated with a pretty headband or a pin. Your hairstyle depends so much on the dress. In my case, my outfit was all about the shoulders. The top had giant ruffles (it was a Lanvin) that cleared half way up my neck so a chignon was my only option. 
Paris by Debra Moreland ‘Dogwood Flower’ Hairpins ($240 at BHLDN)
Jennifer Behr ‘Bella’ ($225 at Jennifer Behr)

So what did I wear? This gorgeous Jennifer Behr (my fave) flower comb and I will treasure it forever. Thankfully, it’s very wearable in a non-wedding situation (unlike a veil) so I’ve worn it a couple of times since. 
My intern Shakeira who is “obsessed” (her words, not mine) with weddings initially picked about ten pieces, and then I added another ten or so. To avoid bridal overload, I spent two hours (no kidding!) deliberating what to keep. It shows you that even after one has already been hitched, there is still a little bit of a Bridezilla left somewhere deep down.
So….Who’s getting married?