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Apr 26, 2021

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Real Bride Stories

Our Favorite Bridal Hairstyle Tips

There’s plenty of ways to make a statement on your big day, and your hair is no exception! There’s a lot to consider when you’re picking the perfect do; from glitzy accessories to simple sophisticated looks, the possibilities are endless. Your lovely wedding locks will be easy to achieve, with just a few tips along the way!

Consider the Dress

Before you get too invested in one hairdo or another, it’s always a good idea to consider the design of your dress! A swept-up style is an amazing compliment to a high neckline, while an ultra-sleek and minimalistic gown calls for a bit of flair. Think voluminous beach waves or even a sparkly headpiece!   

Floral Details

Boho chic brides can definitely rock a flower crown! It’ll not only bring in some color to your wedding day look but accentuates the effortless style. Make it as soft and simplistic, or as ornate as you want! A flowy satin ribbon to billow in the wind is a perfect way to tie the crown together.

Messy Magic

The messy bun, the messy braid, who would’ve thought that relaxed could actually look so romantic! Two swept up braids on each side pinned just tightly enough to stay, is a whimsically sweet style. Loose and low, a natural bun is both exquisite and effortless. Imperfection has never looked so good!

Regal Accents

Brides going for a touch of extra princess sparkle will love the effect of a glittering pin or beaded crown. Whether you do all-down curls or a polished chignon, the majestic shimmer will reinforce your fairytale vision. If you like the idea of adding something special but don’t want it to take away from the dress, consider adding in a subtle hair ornament to the back of a half up-do.

Go Big and Beautiful

Luscious locks can definitely amp up your glam factor!  Give your hair some height with a chic voluminous pony. Adding in extensions can give thinner hair that extra boost if you’re hoping to turn your tresses into big waves. In this case, bigger is definitely better!