Guest Blog by Ayn Bernos, Content Manager for Wedding Favy
Nearing the big day? Whether you’re scheduling that appointment with your hairstylist or still in the early stages of planning, it’s best to know which hairdos look amazing with which dress styles. Plan ahead and visualize your dream wedding look while going through this treat we’ve prepared for you:
Chignon and Sweetheart Neckline
The chignon is one of the most popular bridal hairstyles, and for good reason. Pair this romantic look with an equally romantic silhouette, just like a sweetheart ball gown, and you’re bound to sweep everybody off their feet -- your groom, most especially! A chignon and this Sophia Tolli gown are a perfect match for when you walk down the aisle.
Updo and Boat Neck
The boat neck is simple yet elegant, modest yet sophisticated. Pull your hair away from your face in a sleek updo, so you can avoid having too much on your decolletage area. A beautiful barrette or floral hairclip would be a perfect update for this ‘do. Check out this Willowby by Watters gown for inspiration.
Loose Waves and V-neck
The v-neck creates a beautiful, feminine silhouette, and it’s perfectly finished with loose waves. Weddings are a wind-in-your-hair kind of occasion after all, and you deserve to feel as carefree and beautiful as you look. Shake your locks, throw that bouquet, and feel extra confident in your skin. That is what this Chic Nostalgia gown is all about.
Curls and Lace Details
Complement intricate lace details with long curls and a simple hair accessory, such as this headband. Keep your hair tucked behind your ear on one side, and let it flow freely on the other. Overall, this is a sweet, versatile look that can accompany you from the chapel to the dance floor. We think this Essence of Australia explains why.
Beach Waves and A Low Back Dress
Who says that beach waves are only for the beach? As it turns out, we think beach waves look great for bridal affairs, too! This backless serpentina gown from Morilee looks ethereal and elegant when long locks cascade right above it.
Tight Updo and a Dramatic Train
Total opposites, brilliant match. When you have a dramatic train, such as the one on this tiered tulle gown from the Pronovias Collection, it’s best to keep the rest of your bridal look simple. A tight updo will provide a refined silhouette that is as striking as the bride that dons it.
Laidback Waves and Laidback Lace
There is something special about this Wtoo by Watters look. It’s a simple enough silhouette that uses intricate lace fabric, that can both work as a boho chic wedding dress or a cathedral gown. The tiebreaker? Your choice of hairstyle. Laidback waves are perfect for bohemian-themed ceremonies, where you’re free to shrug, “I woke up like this.”