You’ve chosen the perfect dress and the most gorgeous pair of heels for your big day. But out of the hundreds of hairstyles that women choose to wear down the aisle, which hairstyle is right for you? We’ve gathered five unique and elegant hairstyles that will keep you looking and feeling fabulous all day long.
The Elegant Half-Up, Half Down
This elegant hairstyle looks great with shoulder-length or longer hair. The voluminous curls add more formality and sophistication to an otherwise simple, everyday hairstyle. Or channel a true bridechilla with soft beachy waves.
Via Mon Cheri & El Stile
The Formal Updo
Updos were designed to look absolutely perfect from any angle. In fact, updos are so versatile – you won’t have to worry about your curls falling out throughout the day when the cameras start clicking. Feel free to flaunt a pair of tiny classic earrings or a pair of statement earrings. To finish off this formal look, add a bridal hair comb or flowers for a carefree twist.
Via Hair and Makeup by Steph
The Braided Beauty
Braids aren’t for little girls anymore! Whether you braid the front, side, or back of your hair, braids add that extra playfulness in a formal hairstyle. There are many types of braids that can be worn on your wedding day, but common braids include the french, ladder, lace, and fishtail braids.
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The Side-Swept Romantic
Wearing your hair to one side not only looks gorgeous, but is also convenient on the big day. Your hair isn’t in your face and you avoid the need for touch ups. Also, the side-swept hairdo radiates romance and a feminine style that looks good with any wedding dress style.
Via Hair and Makeup by Steph & El Style
The Queen of Curls
Curls are by far the most popular hairstyle to wear among brides. There’s a lot of curls to choose from: tight curls, loose waves, or beachy waves. Don’t forget to add accessories like a hair band or flowers to highlight your curls!
Via El Style and Hi Miss Puff
Which hairstyle are you going to rock on your wedding? Share with us in the comments below! 🙂