ADVICE | How to Accessorize Your Wedding Dress


The accessories are almost as important as the dress! We realize that once you start looking around at accessory options it can be a little overwhelming. Flower crown or veil? Simple and classic or bold and boho? Gold, silver, or rose gold? Today we’re bringing you our top four tips for choosing your bridal accessories. From veils to earrings, garters to belts we’re here to help and have you covered for all your accessory needs!

ONE. Take advantage of your pre-check appointment. Our pre-check appointments are a time for you to finalize your wedding day look. Our stylists have an amazing eye for accessorizing and love walking around the store with you looking at headpieces, belts, jewelry and veils. They’ll help you narrow down your favorites and choose the accessories that accent with you and your dress!

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TWO. Think about the details. Is there a special heirloom piece you are trying to incorporate? How detailed is your wedding dress? What's the vibe of your venue? What are your bridesmaids wearing? Pick accessories that compliment the details surrounding you on your wedding day.

THREE. Stick with what you love. Your wedding should reflect your style and personality; accessories are no exception. When you opt for what's trendy or what's expected you can end up straying from what fits you! Find pieces that you love and could see yourself wearing again and again. 

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FOUR. Not quite sure how you want to accessorize? Visit Emma & Grace from your couch, in your yoga pants, by shopping our online store! We have a wide variety of jewelry, veils, headpieces, belts and lingerie online. Once you find the perfect pair of earrings or that hint of gold you’ve been searching for don’t wait!

Ready to start shopping? Book an accessories appointment, start shopping online, or stop in to the studio anytime! 

wedding belt and wedding headpiece

Photography: Sara Corona Photography, Rachel Havel Photography, Leah Michelle PhotograhyWinsome + Wright , b Schwartz photography 



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