13 More Wedding Hairstyles for Your Wedding Day

13 Bridal Hairstyles for Brides To Be

Guy Kremer created this modern up-do. Sweep hair to the sides, splitting just off-center. Pin and gather hair into a bun, pulling some pieces/sections out and twist.

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Royston Blythe Salon created this sleek up-do by using large rollers on hair, then pinning them up on either side.

The Urban Retreat Artistic Team created a sleek, twisted up-do by knotting the back of the hair into twists, then securing with bobby pins. This style is recommended for long hair.

The Royston Blythe Artistic Team modeled this look after an elegant, vintage bride. They used L’Oreal Professional products to create the tousled curls that are loose at the bottom as well as additional curls piled on the top of the head.

For a messier bridal look, try loose, tousled curls pinned on top of the crown, with a few curls left to hang loosely by the sides of your face.

Stylist Vivienne Mackinder created this sophisticated up-do by setting hair in rollers, then pinning pieces in the front to create a “pouf”. The back of the hair was pinned up and teased for voulme.

Anne Veck was inspired by the “American Dream,” when created this look. Bangs are left loose and slightly swept to the side, while the back of the hair is softly curled with a medium-sized barrel curling iron. A tiara is added to the top of the head to help hold and add shape to the style.

Again, stylist Anne Veck used the “American Dream,” to set the tone for this look. Similarly styled to the previous hairstyle, this look is all about soft waves and romantic curls.

Go for a simple, but soft look like this one styled by Anne Veck. Pin bangs to the side, while leaving one piece to fall and frame the face. Twist the sides of the hair and then secure with pins. Curl and brush out to create loose curls to hang in the front and back.

Ishoka Salon created this youthful hairstyle by using a large braid as the centerpiece.

If you’re all about volume and big hair, consider tighter curls. Pin the majority up and tease to make it look playful, but allow a few to fall.

Sometimes simple is the best way to go. A mixture of curling and waves makes this bride look effortless and gorgeous at the same time.

Using mousse, style bangs to add slight volume, then use to sleek and sculpt bangs to frame the side of the face. Pin a large flower to the opposite side for bridal beauty.

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thanks for posting these…
i like all the styles, but funnily enough, my fave is the ‘simple’ one where the bride has her hair in long and loose curls!


It never ceases to amaze me how timely your articles are. It’s almost like you know what the readers (I) need. I swear I was just thinking about how I’m going to do my hair for my wedding and told myself I would research hairstyles when I got home. And lo and behold, TEMPTALIA does it again! You got the goods, Christine. Keep up the great work!

Very beautiful.
Thanks for sharing these images, as they really reinforced that growing my hair out is a nice change.
I’ve kept it in short, trendy styles for the past 10 years.

I love the elegance of number three and number 8 is also completely gorgeous!
I am coveting the jewelled pin in number 11 like mad!
And the dress in number 12 is so pretty!
I love the simpler hairstyles with the pins/big flower accents from this and the previous post of wedding hairstyles. It reminds me of the late Renaissance period when women had pins, silk and velvet ribbons, gilded hair nets trimmed with rows of pearls, feathers and so on and really went all out dressing their hair. I love to see modern interpretations of this period.

Thanks Christine!

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