From gorgeous Gajras to gorgeous Matha Pattis, these 5 wedding hair accessories are made for the Indian bride

Wedding season is fast approaching and brides-to-be and bridesmaids must be very busy as they prepare for the festivities. When you already have to sort everything out, have you covered your hairstyle? People make the mistake of letting their bridal hairstyle be simple and often miss the accessories that can add a gorgeous touch to the overall look. Hair accessories are literally the best way to accentuate any style. This wedding season, kill your bridal style while keeping your hair game on top. A beautiful gajra for the classic Benarasi number, ornate headbands for contemporary cuts and more, there are several styles of hair accessories that can be a game changer for the Indian bride. To help you with the same, we have collected some of the best ones to bookmark.

Types of Hair Accessories to Try This Wedding Season

1. Elegant Maang Tilka

If you’re wearing the bridesmaid outfit, all you need is a chic and elegant maang tikka to start your game. Just like actress Kriti Sanon, keep your hair game on point with a modern maang tikka. It is perfect to go with any type of bridal hairstyle.


The most classic and timeless choice, a beautiful gajra is always a great choice for adding a class factor to your wedding look. When you opt for traditional sarees, you can simply adorn your bun with a beautiful gajra to finish the look. We love how Janhvi Kapoor accentuated her Benarasi style saree with a beautiful gajra.

3. Statement headbands

Gone are the days when headbands could only be paired with casual outfits. With beaded and embellished styles, now is the time to take up your hair game. Opt for stunning ethnics to complete your look. You can choose from a variety of ranges and choose the one that best suits your style.

4. Matha Patti

Matha patis has always been a great choice when it comes to bridal looks. They can just add drama and weight to the look. Matha pattis are available in different styles, so you can just pick one that matches your look and goes with your face cut.

5.Floral Maang Tikka

If you are someone who likes to add a different twist to everything, then this style might be ideal for you. Ditch the heavy kundan and opt for a style like this instead. This will not only keep it subtle but will definitely add an elegant touch to the overall look.

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