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Love Is In the Hair: Three Bridal Styles for Wedding Season

Wedding season is nearly upon us, and whether you’re the bride, a bridesmaid, or a supportive guest, it’s never too early to begin planning your hairstyles for wedding season. If you’re attending several weddings this spring and summer, chances are some of them will contain the same guests within your circle of friends or family. If this is the case, choose a few different hairstyles to wear to keep your look fresh and beautiful. From simple to more complicated, there are plenty of lovely, romantic styles out there to choose from. Here are a few of our favorites.

Braided Romance

braided updo

Braids are ultra hot again this year, and there are so many lovely, innovative styles to choose from that are both unique and beautiful. Use a weave or clip-in extensions to add length and body. Create lots of and lots of loose waves, and use a braid to adorn the style either by weaving in a few small braids around the crown of the head, or choosing a waterfall braid at the back of the head. These braids will keep hair away from the face but still allow you to have a long, loose, and lovely style perfect for spring. A large flower may just be the perfect accessory.

Sophisticated Up-do


If you’d like to keep your hair out of your face on the big day, a beautiful up-do is a great option. This sleek style also contains quite a lot of romance with lovely curls gathered to the back of the head, and a jeweled hairpiece. Use extensions or a hairpiece to give shape and volume to the curls at the back of the head. Pay attention to the size of your forehead when choosing this style. If you have a high forehead, you may want to consider a middle part or side-swept bangs.

Natural Waves


Don’t let the simplicity of Rihanna’s wavy style fool you – for the natural bride, this style evokes romance at its finest. Extensions can add volume and length to achieve the perfect look on your wedding day. Sweet curls give the ends a bit of bounce, but make sure that your stylist doesn’t twist them too tight. Use curling irons with different thicknesses to give the hair some dimension, and a sophisticated side-swept bang completes this look. Dramatic earrings complete this style.

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