3.19.2019

Bridal Hairstyles in Bloom

Florals are a staple for any wedding, especially with spring around the corner. There are many ways to incorporate flowers into your bridal hairstyle, no flower crown necessary! 

Here are a few ways to make florals a part of your hairstyle:

Boho Chic:
Flower crowns aren't going out of style anytime soon, but they’re certainly not the only way to style your hair for a boho wedding. Try single statement pieces or flower buds to create a stylish yet beautiful look. The best part is that it goes with any bridal look, whether you opt for an updo or a jaw-dropping blowout, a statement floral will not disappoint!

Elegant Updos:
Updos are a bridal go to! They can make you look sophisticated, modern, and effortlessly polished. Adding jewel-toned florals can make for an exquisite contrast with the muted colors of your wedding theme. For a darker wedding color palette, we suggest using soft pastel wedding flowers to create a contrast.

Bridal Braids:
Braids are a bride-to-be’s best friend! Whether you decide to keep it in a classy braided chignon or a ruffled fishtail, braids are extremely versatile. Pair it off with some peonies or some baby’s breath woven throughout your tendrils and it can help give you that easy going, beautiful look on your big day!

Romantic and Half Up:
No bridal style blog is complete without a half up option. Half-ups can soften the contours of the face and give a dreamy look.  Adding loose curls and sweeping them in with freshly bloomed clusters makes for an ethereal look. 

Dramatic Waves:
Who doesn’t love dramatic curls? We certainly do. Not only do they soften up features but they also give you a chance to literally let your hair down. So easy! Pair loose curls with a halo of bright flowers for a willowy, fashionable look. Go big by upping the scale of your flowers. Bigger blooms or clusters of flowers will really make you stand out.

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