If you've decided to not wear a veil but still want to add something to your wedding day look, then the wonderful world of wedding hair accessories awaits. From opulent tiaras to flirty feathered clips and tiny hair pins, there are endless ideas for bridal accessories available, sometimes overwhelming so.

So where to begin? The first step is to figure out how you want to wear your hair on your wedding day. If you want an up-do, you may want to consider a hair comb or hair pins, whereas if you plan on wearing your hair down, wedding headbands, crowns or head chains will suit your look better. Whichever style and accessory you choose, be sure to bring them along to your bridal hair trial so your stylist can perfect your wedding hair look.

Check out our guide below for all the different wedding hair accessories to consider, and click through the gallery to see more.

Wedding hair comb and vines

A perfect option if you're planning on wearing your hair up, hair combs add a point of interest to a chignon, bun or briad. Hair vines are multiple hair combs (usually three), that link together via chains across your head, and can be work either at the back or above your face like a mini tiara.

Wedding headbands, crowns and tiaras

A perfect way to add height to your look, these wedding accessories can range from crystal embellished to flower covered or, the latest hair accessories trend, celestial motifs. Headbands and crowns can also be worn with veils, so you may want to consider adding one to your veil for an even bolder look.

Head chains

Similar to a wedding crown, this bohemian-style accessory is made from chains and so sits loosely on top of your head. Talk to your hair stylist about adding pins to secure the chains in place.

Wedding hair pins

For a subtle yet classic look, add a few statement pins to your up-do. Or, for more of a statement, add multiple pins throughout your hair for a more if more look.

Head piece

A combination between hair combs and crowns, head pieces are often one-of-a-kind shapes that can sit in a range of locations on your head.