When I was younger I always thought I’ll be a tiara bride. I always thought that if there was one day in your life when it’s appropriate for you to wear a tiara, it is your wedding day. However, as I grew up I realized I might not be a tiara person, and might end up acting like Amy Farrah Fowler:
I’ll be wearing a veil on my wedding day. I fell in love with idea of a mantilla-like veil (with an embroidered lace edge) attached to the back of my head (instead of over it like the typical mantilla).
At my first dress appointment, my seamstress Marisol let me tried some veils she had on so I could get an idea of how mine will look.
When looking at me with a veil on, my mom asked if I’m going to wear any kind of head pin to complement my veil. She asked Marisol to show me some of the hair pins she makes, but I must admit that, although nice, they’re really not my style. They’re a bit over the top for me, and don’t go with the soft look I’m looking for that day.
Image via Marisol Naserau on Facebook
But this made me wonder if I need something else in my hair other than the veil. My mom started pushing the subject, and I started thinking about a small comb. I try to stay away from flowers because they’re not my thing. I’d love a simple and small comb, something that doesn’t look too over the top next to my beaded veil.
This one’s too big, but part of me likes it. / Image via Eli Tiaras on Facebook
I like this one, but it costs almost as much as my dress—big no-no. / Image via Eli Tiaras on Facebook
I’d love something like this, small and simple. / Image via Eli Tiaras on Facebook
Marisol assured me she can make me something like one of the pictures above; the thing is, do I really want to buy a comb or pin I’ll never wear again? Some are really, really nice, but I’m not sure I’m ready to make that purchase.
I’m still on the fence.
What do you think, hive? Comb or no comb? Any suggestions of where to get an affordable comb online? (Remember, I’m foreign.)