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2017's Best Wedding Accessories Round-Up: Wedding Wednesday

Your wedding day is the perfect opportunity to showcase some dazzling accessories. Pieces that wouldn’t necessarily ‘work’ with your everyday outfits, but look and feel amazing on your special day.

Here are some of the hottest wedding accessories trends for 2017.

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Shoe Detailing

Whatever the length of your wedding gown, don’t forget about your shoes. You don’t have to fork-out for a pair of Jimmy Choos, adding embellishments to the backs of your heels can make for an eye-catching and beautiful wedding outfit feature. Whether sparkling gems or colorful flowers, shoe accessories are a great way to add an inexpensive and unique touch.

Rose Gold

The pinky hues of this precious metal work with all skin colorings and adds a modern twist on traditional wedding jewelry. Rose gold accessories, when paired with a white or ivory-toned dress, create a delicate and pretty contrast.

Pink Tourmaline

This romantic-hued precious stone, much like rose gold, is a hot wedding jewelry trend for 2017. Again, this soft pink hue will warm-up any skin tone and look fabulous when worn with white or pale colors.

Cocktail Rings

This year’s wedding catwalks have been packed with bridal bling, namely cocktail rings. A cocktail ring doesn’t have to include expensive jewels to create the desired effect. Consider this trend as an item of costume jewelry, it just has to stand out and look great with your bridal gown.

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Wedding Flats

If you’re planning on hitting the dance floor on the evening of your wedding, don’t forget to bring some wedding flats. Your feet will thank you after hours of standing and socializing with your guests. If you’re looking to get away from white shoes, opt for some soft metallic toned shoes instead. That way you can wear them after your wedding day and take them on your honeymoon.

Peal Headbands

This soft, precious stone looks divine on all skin tones, but can work just as well when worn as a headband. A switch-up on the conventional sparkling wedding tiara, pearl wedding crowns offer a pared-down alternative. For brides who want to look and feel like a princess on their wedding day.

Forehead Bands

These bands sit close to the top of the forehead and are an elegant alternative to a veil or tiara. If you love old-fashioned vintage glamour, a jeweled forehead band can tie into this look nicely. Forehead bands look best with bright or red lipstick, bringing the focus onto your face.

Succulent Boutonnieres

When it comes to wedding accessories, don’t forget the guys! Boutonnieres are a delightful addition to the groom’s and groomsmen's outfits and they don’t have to look flowery or overly feminine. This year, boutonniere trends include succulent plants, for chic and modern lapel arrangements that look a bit more manly. Check out this post on how to attach them properly.

Image Credit: Jasmine Norris Photography