• Images
  • Text
  • Find a Couple + Registry
GO

15 Fresh Hairstyles

Add to Favorites
Add to Favorites
15 Fresh Wedding Hairstyles
Add to Favorites
Add to Favorites
the goddessA divine alternative to a basic updo, this carefree-looking Grecian style is curled, twisted, and pinned at random so it's practically effortless to re-create. "This style will work best on naturally curly hair or long, thick hair that's typically difficult to manage," says Brian Magallones, celebrity stylist for Garnier Fructis. If you  ...
Add to Favorites
Add to Favorites
the soft side ponyIf you never leave the house without your "bracelet" (aka your hair tie) update your everyday style with a romantic side ponytail. The trick to make this sporty-chic style soft and wedding-worthy? Sweep the front of your hair over your ear and loosely tie your voluminous waves. "This style is the perfect complement to a backless o ...
Add to Favorites
Add to Favorites
the screen sirenAdd some major drama to your updo by using unexpected elements. The ostrich feathers on this '40s-inspired veil comb take simple netting to simply stunning. Veil comb with feathers, $60, HeatherHuey.com; Diamond Rose earrings, $1,980, RobertoCoin.com; gown by Romona Keveza at Mark Ingram
Add to Favorites
Add to Favorites
the new twistThe classic bun -- with tresses lying smooth against your head -- will never go out of style, but we're enamored with this chic (and twisty) way of doing it. The smooth style adds the perfect modern touch to update a traditional look. "This would be great for shoulder-length and longer hair, but extensions could be used to add length a ...
Add to Favorites
Add to Favorites
the straight storyThese days you don't need to wear the crown to look like a princess. Simply secure a side part with some bobby pins and stud your sleek, down 'do with a few stunning crystal hair vines to create an alternative tiara effect. "When using accessories to adorn the hair, especially for a big occasion like a wedding, the key is less is  ...
Add to Favorites
Add to Favorites
the perfect partWhile a center-parted style may look severe, a side part can flatter most faces. Add a chic chignon and play up the jewels for a style that is timeless and sophisticated. Whether you wear your tresses up or down, the key is to create a little lift first. "Apply mousse to towel-dried hair and blow-dry upside down to lift your locks a ...
Add to Favorites
Add to Favorites
Locks that vary in color will really illuminate the contours of a unique, loosely braided style -- you might even consider asking your stylist to add in a few extra highlights on the underside of your tresses to play up the 'do. Madeleine hairpins with French lace, Swarovski crystals, and ostrich feathers, $175 for set of 5, LauraJayne.com; gown by ...
Add to Favorites
Add to Favorites
retro glamour
Though this half-up headband style is up-to-the-minute trendy, it's virtually guaranteed to become a classic. "Your hair texture could be anything from fine to thick, but length is really the only thing necessary for this style," says celebrity stylist Jamal Hammadi. "The key is to know how much and where to pull the hair back away f ...
Add to Favorites
Add to Favorites
the teaseDon't be afraid to pump up the volume. Some strategically placed barrettes and a few spritzes of hair spray will keep your curly coif out of your eyes for an entire evening of hair-down dancing. Bridal.Evening sterling silver and white topaz hair clip, $245, Tacori.com; Flower Cluster pendant with Cento diamonds, $4,100, CentoCollection.co ...
Add to Favorites
Add to Favorites
the undone updoAs stylists are now even more creative with updos, styles are definitely less rigid -- a curl out of place? No problem! This loose but elegant look can work for the beach or the ballroom. "This style's not supposed to be perfect," says Dana Gjelaj, stylist at NYC's Butterfly Studio Salon. "You could never recreate this exact style. I ...
Add to Favorites
Add to Favorites
the swept-awayDown 'dos are hotter than ever -- especially ones with just-loose-enough curls swept to the side with a one-of-a-kind comb or barrette. Rhinestone hair comb, $50, HeatherHuey.com; gown by Stewart Parvin for Mark Ingram
Add to Favorites
Add to Favorites
couture curls 
Maximize your hair volume in a half-up do with some loose curls. Clipping a few choice strands into a decadent barrette will finish off this sultry style.
Add to Favorites
Add to Favorites
true romance
A wispier version of the undone updo, this style can be dressed up or down with a few strategically placed hairpins. Pearl and diamond earrings by Chopard, $4,495, Chopard.com
Add to Favorites
Add to Favorites
the braided bun
Sweet and sophisticated rolled into one. This tucked and twisted up do is fit for a seaside celebration or a more glamorous ballroom affair. Pearl earrings, $115, LRS-Design.com; Gown by Mika Inatome

15 Fresh Wedding Hairstyles

the modern birdcage If the shoes make the outfit, then the headpiece can certainly make the hairstyle. A fresh take on the cage veil, this vintage-inspired bandeau adds an edge of modern romance. Twenties Style Bandeau, $350, LeahC.com; gown by Mika Inatome see more wedding hair slideshows:
- by Kate Wood<br>photography by Keith Lathrop<br>hair by Federico Calce for Federico Salon<br>makeup by Renee Majour for RJ Bennett<br>styling by Raphael Mendoca for Halley Resources

tell us what you think!

Post

please note there is a 2000 character limit.

to share your thoughts

Log in ▸

knotties who love this

Thanks for sharing your feedback!
It may take a few minutes to publish, so please be patient if it doesn’t show up right away.