Beautiful bridal hairstyles for a glorious summer wedding to suit any style of dress… we showcase our favourite five…
It’s an oft-remarked truism here at Love Our Wedding: if our hair is looking good, we look good. Resist the urge to dismiss your hair as an afterthought; it demands big-day attention too. For many brides, experimenting and trying out new bridal hairstyles is part of the fun; doing something ‘special’ with you hair will certainly lend your look the wow factor and make you feel suitably ‘bridal’ on the day itself. Take it from a ponytail-wearing-can’t-be-bothered-to-do-anything-different ex-bride… give your bridal hairstyle some love!
Soft, tousled waves that look this ‘natural’ require a lot of love and attention! Definitely on the free-spirited, bohemian spectrum – but with a lot more upkeep! – wear your hair down like this for a feminine and ethereal bridal look. We love the pretty cream hair vine too!
Summer weddings can (fingers crossed!) be warm and heady affairs. If you’re a bride who likes your hair off your face when it’s hot, consider a knotted bun with a simple pearl and diamanté head band to keep hair out of your eyes. We love the silk ribbon trailing down your back here too!
One of the most beautiful bridal hairstyles we’ve seen this year, incorporate fresh flowers and mini rose buds into a messy fishtail plait. Instantly transformative (like stepping into a whimsical flight of fancy), this Midsummer Night’s Dream effect looks dazzling with a quintessential British summer wedding in a marquee!
If you can tear yourself away for one moment from the sheer seductive drama of this incredible bridal gown from berta.com, take a minute to inspect the gorgeous bridal hairstyle. Elaborate yet soft, this style is certainly not your everyday hair-do and will ensure you keep cool with hair kept off your neck all day.
Well, we think we may just have struck gold for you here ladies. Wonderfully flamboyant and deeply romantic, it’s not just the lilac flowers we love here… we’ve fallen for this loose interpretation of the chignon and the tendrils framing the face. Perfection!