Hijab Styles for Brides and Wedding Guests. A wedding is the most important day in a woman’s life. Styling a hijab is very easy, and there are several videos online that show you how to do it.
If you’re someone who has decided to be a hijabi today or have been wearing one for a long time, you will find the blog helpful in your quest for finding the perfect color combinations and designs for your ultimate dress and Hijab pairing.
How To Wear Hijab For Wedding?
For any person, their wedding is one of the biggest and most important days of their lives. And for women, its the day they can go all out with their appearance and be as extra as they want without any judgment or feeling self-conscious. Some people might think that for a woman who wears a hijab, this might prove hard. But that is simply not true! Hijabi ladies can rock their wedding looks just as beautiful as other women, and we will show you how with this list of 2o bridal hijab styles!
Bridal Hijab Styling Tips
Here are some of the tips one can use to wear Hijab on the wedding day and in parties to look stunning.
- Don’t mix and match too many different colors; if your dress and the accessories are different in color, then match the color of hijab to at least one of them, so it does not look out of place.
- If you want to use the Dupatta that came with your dress, you can always use plain fabric and use the Dupatta over it to show it off.
- Use head jewelry if you want to add an extra kick to your look.
- Always keep an extra Hijab on hand in case any accident occurs, like a baby vomiting on it! or food spilling over.
Have a look at these Hijab Style Trends for Muslim Women These Days
↓ 20 – Embracing Royalty
Hijab can be worn with any bridal dress. These royal brides made their Hijabs more stylish and fancy by adding heavy embroidery and jewels. They used matching colored Hijabs with their dresses and adorned them with gems of the same color as well. This makes their look appear royal while at the same time does not overdo it as all the things being the same color make them blend.
↓ 19 – Head Jewelry on Hijab
This aqua color maxi dress with the combination of White is heavenly and stylish. To substitute for the sleeves on the sleeveless dress, you can pair it with a stylish white blazer. You can pair them with some sparkly silver heels and a white clutch. Just add a bright color lipstick in your makeup to compliment this look.
Quick & Easy Hijab Styles for Weddings
Going simple for your wedding can be tricky when everyone expects you to be extravagant. But if you’re planning on a simple look for your big day, then these following looks will give you great inspiration for a simple Hijab look for your wedding.
↓ 18 – Hijab Style With White Bridal Dress
You don’t have to leave your modesty aside for your wedding day. Yes, you can be modest on your wedding day and still look beautiful. Simplicity has its beauty. Everyone can look beautiful in white color, and if you want to look simple and elegant, use your Dupatta as a Hijab for a different look. This style is perfect for women who have a round face and who want to make their face appear slimmer. For this style, you can take your net dupatta and wrap it around your face, or you can simply pin it behind your ear to make sure that your head remains covered all the time. Also, have a look at 17 Cute Hijab Styles for Round Face With Simple Tutorials.
Here’s a simple bridal hijab tutorial video to help you achieve the look at home:
↓ 17 – Cute Bride Outfit
Women of every body type will look good in this princess style wedding dress. A silk Hijab with some light jewelry will look beautiful on women with a heavy body, while the big skirt will help you cover up those curves so you can look beautiful without being insecure.
↓ 16 – Modern Hijabi Bride
While everyone is following the same trends and styles, be bold, and try some different things on your wedding day. This electric blue colored gown, with a layered fishtail cut, will provide you with the best modern look possible. This modern style wedding dress will look great with a studded Hijab.
↓ 15 – Alluring Scarf Brooch
This looks very beautiful and different if you decor your Hijab. Use some head jewelry and add another scarf to add more colors by wearing your Hijab differently. This hijab style is perfect if you have heavy Dupatta on your wedding day, and you want the embroidery of that Dupatta to be visible. For this style, you can take a separate glittery hijab and wear it around your face. Make sure to keep the drapes of the Hijab smaller to make your dress prominent. You can also go for contrasting colors for example if your dress is in pink color with silver embroidery then you can wear a silver scarf instead of going for a pink scarf. Don’t miss out these amazing Pink Hijab Styles
Hijab Wedding styles for Pakistani/Indian Brides
Pakistani and Indian women can combine their traditional heavily embroidered dresses with simple or equally as embroidered Hijabs to look divine on their wedding day.
↓ 14 – How to Manage Tikka With Your Hijab On
Bright lipstick with a beige color embroidered or fancy dress and head jewelry will make you more adorable as a bride. This look can opt for the bride’s sisters as well. Some lace will look good too. If you are a wedding guest, palazzo pants can make great formal outfits so do check out Hijab with Palazzo Pants.
↓ 13 – Turban Hijab For Brides
In many areas of the world, Turban style Hijab is very much admired. A bride with a silk Turban Hijab with a net dupatta veil can give the most different and stylish look at your big day. The turban style of Hijab is also ideal for a summer wedding as it leaves your neck and collar bones uncovered, so you don’t feel too hot during your reception. Here are some Latest Turban Hijab Styles ideas which are easy to carry.
You can see that the turban hijab style looks even more fabulous when wrapped in pleats and accessorized with a band.
Here’s a tutorial on how you can wrap this style on your own:
↓ 12 – Perfect for a Nikkah Ceremony
On engagement or Nikkah ceremony bride should try to wear different colors. Blue can prove to be the ideal color for the Nikkha or engagement ceremony, as these are fresh and light colors. An embroidered dupatta with skin or beige scarf will make you look even more lovely and beautiful as it will allow the colors of your dress to shine through.
↓ 11 – Startling Beauty in Pearls
Turkish brides usually wear white gowns on their wedding day. So if you wear a Hijab, then add some stones and beads on your Hijab to make it stand out. Go for smokey eyes and bright lipstick to add some color to your look. You can also add colored beads to your Hijab or pair your look with some nice hijab jewelry to help you stand out.
↓ 10 – Carrying Matha Patti on Scraf
Light colors are very much nowadays. If you don’t like heavy looks, then with a light color dress, just adding some head jewelry on your Hijab is your perfect choice. Pair your look with some shimmery eye makeup and a bold, dark lip to complete your look and add some color to it.
↓ 9 – All White Wedding Dress for Muslim Brides
Many girls prefer going simple on weddings and parties. Just a printed scarf with your simple outfit, and a sequined blazer is your pick to shine. This outfit will be better suited for an after-party or reception that you might have planned as it will allow you to dance and mingle without worrying about a long tail behind your dress.
↓ 8 – Laced Elegance
Anyone can add more bling to their fancy dress just by having a fancy lace Hijab. It is effortlessly cute. These kinds of hijabs with net drapes look very royal and elegant when they’re are worn on your wedding day. For this kind of Hijab, you can either tell your tailor to make it or you can also make it all by yourself to make sure that you look pretty on your big day. For the colors, these net hijabs look the best when you get to wear them in the same colors as the color of your dress.
↓ 7 – Picturesque Silk Outfit for Islamic Brides
Evening maxi gown with a light color lace style and a silk scarf is your pick for a wedding function or party. This deep purple is made to be paired with the slightly beige lace. The soft silk will add an extra slow to your skirt that will give you the ultimate royal look.
↓ 6 – Say Yes to Nude Shades
The simple silk skirt and embroidered gold and pink top look fabulous together. Tea pink color always looks stylish. Using this color for your Nikkah ceremony or even your reception can prove ideal as it will make you look innocent and young. Some fancy embroidery with silk flared gown and a scarf can make you more gorgeous. Carry a box clutch to look elegant and sophisticated.
↓ 5 – How to Carry Hijab in Summers
A Pakistani style frock with light silver head jewelry can make even your simplest dress look stylish at a party. You have two choices when it comes to opting for a hijab on the wedding day. The Hijab taken with Dupatta will have more drapes and will look more cute and flowy.
↓ 4 – How to Contrast Hijab Color with the Dress
Bright color and simple frocks with a different color Hijab and some embroidery on neckline look very modest and cute. You can match the colour of your Hijab to the color of the lace at the hem of your dress or with the color of the embroidery on your clothes. The heavy embroidery on the neck proves as a great substitute for a necklace as it is almost impossible to wear a necklace with a hijab. You can also wear a dress that goes just past our knees and pair it with a skirt instead of wearing a floor-length gown.
↓ 3 – Hijab With Matching Bridal Dupatta
This looks very good when you want to carry a fancy dress and wear jewelry differently. You can always try wearing a piece of head jewelry to give your Hijab a cute and elegant look. You can also pair your shirt with a pair of Palazzos instead of opting for straight pants or a floor-length gown. This will make your look unique and your outfit will be easy to handle. You can even match with your sisters to be ready for the ultimate cute wedding photos. You can either choose to match your dupatta with your dress or go for a contrasting one, but the color of the hijab should perfectly match the dupatta for this look:
↓ 2 – Muslim Bride in Red
Red is the most desirable dress on one’s wedding day. Red is considered the color of weddings and marriage as well as love, along with the color white. So pairing these together produce the perfectly colored wedding dress. A light color Hijab under fully embroidered Dupatta adds decency in the dress while at the same time not overpowering the colors of the dress itself.
↓ 1 – Attach a Jhumar To Complete the Bridal Look
A dress can look just as beautiful for a bride, even if it isn’t completely covered in embroidery. Just the top part of the dress can be embroidered while the skirt can be plain, so the dress doesn’t become too heavy for the bride to handle. Just like this picture, one can wear a not so heavy embroidered dress with jewelry on their scarf to look more stylish and different.