When I got married I decided not to wear a veil. At the time, it was a surprising decision for some. Most people I knew wore a veil. But for whatever reason, I didn't feel it was for me. I did, however, want something special for my hair. I was having an updo and a special-something was needed to stand out. I ended up with a custom made, small tiara. It was modelled to look like leaves and grapes (we were married at a vineyard) and it was perfect. Since then (that was over 8 years ago!), I've noticed the trends for wedding hair bling are changing. I definitely see different options beyond a traditional veil or tiara. Everything looks so beautiful! However, selecting the right head piece or accessory still comes down to personal choice and style. Here are some options: The Fascinator Perhaps it was the Royal Wedding so many of us watched last year that prompted the fasinator as being a stylish option, but just last week when I was at the hair dresser a bride had one ready to go in her hair. This particular one had a mini veil attached. It was stunning. But not all fascinator options have to have the veil. Feathers, jewels and beads seem to be popular options.image source: TruLuCouture Etsy Shop The Comb This is such a versatile piece - it can be worn with an updo, a side sweep and many other hair styles, a comb is pretty and full of bling.