Adding braids to your bridal hair is a great alternative to the traditional updo. They add definition and texture to long, wavy hair and are a casual boho style. You can add a floral crown or add braided bands to frame your face. Braided bands look especially chic with fringe! Braids look great even when they’re a bit messy. Loose braids for weddings are also suitable for glam or romantic ceremonies. You can leave out a few wispy pieces so that they don’t look too fussy. You can also add a full flower crown to your braids for a romantic look. If you’d like a more structured look, try creating a large fishtail braid down the center back of your head and creating smaller braids along the sides.
This hairstyle will work well for a romantic wedding ceremony. For the bride-to-be with wavy hair, a side part can enhance the romantic aspect of her wedding. A side part that reaches just past the shoulder can be highlighted for added glitz and flair.
Bob cuts with a side part are also popular bridal hairstyles. It creates a focal point and allows you to show off braids, undercuts, and other angles. A deep side part can also give you a younger look by creating the illusion of a fuller hairline.
Side swept wedding hairstyles are also a great option for short hair. You can side-part your hair and use a curling iron to add random textured curls to one side of the ponytail. Another option for wedding day hairstyles is a fluffy side bun.
Crystal hair clips for bridal hair are an elegant way to accent the style of any wedding gown. The sparkle they add is subtle and can be used to hold an updo or bun. These hairpins can come in a variety of lengths and colors. Whether you’re wearing long or short hair, crystal hair pins will add a touch of glam to any hairstyle. The Quinn Hair Pin is elegant and delicate, featuring a floral silhouette and cascading crystals. This style is perfect for the O&P girl who enjoys simplicity. She’s also available in a set with two Hudson Hair Pins. Photos show the Quinn and Hudson Set worn together.