In the final part of our Wedding Ideas Awards 2013 finalists series, we look at the top 6 companies in the Best Bridal Accessories category…

wedding-ideas-awards-2013-voting-logo-150x150The finishing touches to any bride’s outfit make her look and feel complete. We’re talking wedding accessories – sparkling jewels, sophisticated pearls, flashes of colour amid the sea of ivory…

Bridal jewellery specialists have enjoyed a brilliant year with a flurry of celebrity weddings. And with statement headpieces being the order of the day for many, never have accessories mattered so much.

Here are the top six finalists for the Best Wedding Accessories category…


Chez Bec

Can last year’s winner scoop the top prize again? They have one of the largest collections of pearl wedding jewellery available online offering a stunning range of vintage-inspired bridal jewellery, tiaras, headbands and wedding hair accessories.

Their collections feature an abundance of the most beautiful Freshwater pearls and Swarovski crystals and everything is hand-made to order in their South East studios.

All orders are gorgeously gift wrapped as standard in luxury gift boxes complete with lashings and lashings of the softest white tissue paper and a hand-written gift card. And all at no extra cost.


Glitzy Secrets

Glitzy Secrets describe themselves as a 24-hour jewellery boutique, full of glitzy costume jewellery and glamorous hair accessories – and we couldn’t agree more!

Regularly used on Wedding Ideas photoshoots, their stunning range of tiaras, headbands, earrings and more finish any bridal outfit to perfection. Their Vintage Heirloom collection has been a particular hit with brides planning a retro or vintage wedding theme this year, and it looks set to continue into 2013.


Tantrums & Tiaras

The lovely Kelly from Tantrums and Tiaras has built up her business thanks to gorgeous accessories and outstanding customer service. No wonder she’s a hit with our real brides.

Award-winning creators of tiaras, jewellery, fascinators and accessories, Tantrums and Tiaras are confident that they can find and just a few minutes from Bicester Village Designer Outlet centre in Oxfordshire, making it easily accessible.

Stocking a range of pieces suitable for the Mother of the Bride and bridesmaids too, this really is a brilliant one-stop accessory shop.


Olivier Laudus

Known for their exquisite accessories for modern brides, Olivier Laudus has enjoyed amazing success over the last 12 months.

From beautiful bridal jewellery and accessories to handcrafted personalised wedding ring cushions, Olivier Laudus is the perfect place to find all of your finishing touches.

Due to the popularity of the online store, they have now opened a wedding boutique near Bond Street in central London where you’ll also find wonderful wedding accessories including hairpins and combs, handbags, wedding cake jewellery and more.


Aye Do

Aye Do pride themselves on offering high-quality products matched with an equally high level of traditional, personal service. They have access to the very latest wedding accessory trends so finding finishing touches to suit your bridal look is no problem!

With over 3,000 pieces pieces to choose from, Aye Do make it easy to find dreamy details for you, your bridesmaids and your entire bridal party. A Wedding Ideas regular, real brides have loved Aye Do since 2003.


Flo & Percy

Named after the couple who held the record for the longest marriage in the world, Flo & Percy have taken the bridal accessories world by storm!

Their tiaras and hair accessories are inspired by vintage jewellery and components. All of their materials are sourced worldwide and handpicked from many different time periods to create beautiful pieces for brides to treasure.

You can choose from The Collections or have a bespoke piece made to suit your specific wedding theme. A favourite with celebrities, Flo & Percy has already created wedding accessories for Una Healy and Rochelle Wiseman – who will be their next celeb client in 2013?

Do you agree with these top 5 Wedding Ideas Awards 2013 finalists for Best Bridal Accessories? Who do you think should win?


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