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The Best Wedding Accessories Brands to Discover Now

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Where to go for finishing touches to your bridal outfit

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Planning your outfit for the big day? Whether you’re wearing a classic ballgown, a sleek suit or a flirty minidress on your wedding day, make sure you’re dressed to impress – and have all the accessories you need at your disposal. The finishing touches are just as important as the main attraction, and require just as much consideration. Looking for some inspiration? These are the best wedding accessories brands to discover now.

The Best Wedding Accessories Brands to Discover Now

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Hancocks Victorian Antique Diamond Leaf Tiara

Hancocks London

Best For: Antique jewellery and hidden gems

Famed jeweller Hancocks London has been dealing in jewellery, diamonds and coloured gemstones since 1849, and has long been a favourite of the royal family – including Queen Victoria and the Queen Mother. Hancocks has a huge portfolio spanning rings, bracelets, earrings, brooches and even tiaras (the latter of which you can hire for your big day if you so wish).

Browse: hancocks-london.com

Close up of bride holding up wedding veil

Sash + Veil

Best For: Delicate, handmade veils

A relatively new name on the bridal market, Sash + Veil opened its doors in 2013 and has since made over a thousand custome pieces for brides all over the world. This is the place to go if you’re after a beautifully made veil, especially if you’re a fan of intricate detailing and quality craftsmanship. You can grab a veil straight from the website or have one custom made by the brand’s founder, Heather, who also makes all of Sash + Veil’s products by hand.

Browse: sashandveil.co.uk byrotation.com etsy.com

Model in white wedding dress and tulle cape

Halfpenny London

Best For: Separates and finishing touches

Dreamy bridal designs are standard when it comes to Halfpenny London, which is quite easily one of the most coveted wedding gown labels in London right now. The brand, which launched in 2005, is led by Kate Halfpenny, who specialises in separates that can be mixed and swapped for your dream outfit combo. Think embroidered capes, detachable sleeves and extravagant veils fixed with bows and ribbons. Prospective brides can pop in to try on their dream combination at Halfpenny London’s boutique and atelier in Bloomsbury.

Browse: halfpennylondon.comhurrcollective.combyrotation.com

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Liberty in Love

Best For: Romantic hair accessories

Multi award-winning online retailer Liberty in Love creates quality bridal accessories at accessible prices, with a range of products spanning classic staples and trend-driven statement pieces. You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to picking out the finishing touches for your wedding wardrobe, but make sure you check out Liberty in Love’s hair accessories range, which is packed with gorgeously dainty hair pins, headbands, vines and crowns.

Browse: libertyinlove.co.uk

Model in white dress and red veil

Molly Goddard

Best For: Contemporary statement pieces

British designer Molly Goddard launched her first ready-to-wear bridal collection earlier this year, bringing her signature flare for layered ruffles and bright colours along with her. Alongside a selection of dresses, Goddard also created a range of vibrant veils and ruffled boleros. While not for the faint of heart, these accessories would be the perfect fit for the bride looking to make a memorable entrance and add a pop of colour to their wedding look.

Browse: mollygoddard.com 

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Lock & Co. Hatters

Best For: Classic British design

One of the oldest family-owned businesses to still exist (and boasting the oldest shop in London), Lock & Co. has been making hats for the city’s stylish elite since 1676. While popular with men throughout history – notable patrons include Sir Winston Churchill, Oscar Wilde and Beau Brummell – its bridal collection, launched in 2021, has made it a talking point for all genders. Designed by Awon Golding, the collection boasts a range of understated and sleek veils, statement bows and classically fashioned hats.

Browse: lockhatters.com

Model in white blusher on blue background

Awon Golding

Best For: Fashionable hats, blushers & headpieces

Award-winning London-based milliner Awon Golding is known for her gloriously fun hats and headpieces, and (as mentioned above) acts as the Head Milliner for Lock & Co. Hatters. Notable clients of Golding’s include the Duchess of Sussex, Kylie Minogue and Lady Gaga, as well as hundreds of brides all over the world. This is the place to beeline to if you’re after a standout headpiece, a sleek mesh veil or a floral hairband with a twist.

Browse: awongolding.com

Featured image: Halfpenny London