The wedding dress is the star of the show, but your hair is your crowning glory. Be at your most beautiful by making sure that those two work hand-in-hand on your big day!
Here are some ideas to get your hairstyle brainstorming session started:
Chignon x Sweetheart Ball Gown
This style is princess-meets-couture in every way possible. Sophisticated, elegant, yet it is every bit as romantic as the wedding dress of our childhood dreams. Finish this look with a chignon. It’s the best way to accentuate the lovely details of the gown — from the sweetheart neckline to the swooping low back — as well as your collarbones and shoulders. You look like royalty! Check out this Eddy K Couture gown for inspiration.
Updo x Boat Neck
There’s something special about the boat neck’s simplicity. It’s very feminine, modest, yet when styled ideally, it radiates elegance. Wear your hair in an updo to match this neckline. This is a classic design, and anything that covers it would have the tendency to take away from its beauty. It’s definitely a sight, and people need to see it! This Amare Couture gown is a great example.
High Ponytail x High Neckline
Did I actually just write high ponytail? Indeed, I did, and I stand by my word. While most brides prefer the classic romantic route, edgy brides must have their way, too! And this combination feels like the way to go. Keep your hair away from your face and allow your dress to take centerstage. A sleek ponytail will do just the trick, but it won’t be silent on the sidelines. It’s every bit as adventurous and elegant as you are. Don’t believe me? Check out this Justin Alexander Signature piece.
Loose Waves x V-neck
The v-neck definitely creates a beautiful, feminine silhouette, and it’s perfectly finished with loose waves. Weddings are a wind-in-your-hair kind of occasion anyway, and you deserve to feel as carefree and beautiful as you look. Shake your locks, throw that bouquet, and feel extra confident in your skin. This Allure Bridals gown tells you exactly what I mean.
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Words by Ayn Bernos, Content Manager for Wedding Favy