So many of our favorite featured brides have used little pops of color to accent their wedding fashion. A little peek of a perfect yellow shoe, a gorgeous hued cardigan, a hairpiece that screams style. It’s a fabulous way to add personality to your look without going overboard. And Carrie has pulled just about the cutest colored accessories a girl could ever want!

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If you have a fabulous color scheme working for every element of your wedding, don’t forget about your own wedding-day fashion. Adding little pops of color to your wedding-day attire is a great way to add a little spunk and keep your overall look completely cohesive. Today, we have put together a collection of items in a popular hue that are sure to make a statement whether you wear one or all of these sunny beauties.

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Row I: I love when brides throw on a deliciously bold shoe with their beyond gorgeous gown. For a playful daytime look, I love this banana hued heel by Guess. I love wedges that have a little peep toe and this pair by Me Too scores extra points for it’s rich color. For a more eclectic vibe, I LOVE this decoupage look in the D’Orsay pump by Carlos Santana.

Row II: Etsy has some great vintage finds, so it was no surprise to come across this regal cuff with citrine gems. I love statement rings with wedding gowns, especially in colorful pave which is still a big trend showing up on runways. Chandelier earrings are oh, so pretty with loose updos and natural waves. We like this pair from Anthropolgie which has just enough color to stand out and enough sparkles to keep it classy.

Row III: A cute handbag to tote around your beauty needs for the big day, is sometimes just the right place to add a touch of color. This handbag by Perlina is sublime in a sunshine shade. Cute cardigans are showing up on so many brides in steal worthy styles. I am absolutely crazy about this frilly little number by Lawan by Koi Suwannagate. I love a unique hairpin in a blushing bride’s do, and with so many options and designers out there, it can be hard to choose. I have to say, this comb I found at Anthropologie has all the special touches in a rich color to die for.