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wedding hairstyles for 2012 and updo or down do. What looks best on you?

A bride wants to look her loveliest on her wedding day, and there are countless possibilities when it comes to what to wear and how to style hair. For a bride who wants a trendy wedding, these things are doubly important to achieve a stunning look. Trends in weddings are easy to spot— watching runway shows about the hottest styles are a good start as well as taking note of celebrity hairstyles at award shows.

 Sensational and enchanting hairstyles are in vogue this wedding season— ballerina style updos and high buns are all the rage. There has been a strong emphasis on elegance recently, as Chignons and dramatic braids are also this season’s fad. To spice up your hairstyle, jewelry and various chic hair accessories can enhance your classy and sophisticated look, along with flowers.

 Adding a tiara or a veil to your wedding ensemble not only compliments your hairstyle, but adds an air of romance and grace to your appearance. Try not to overdo it, as an overly-lively hairstyle may take away from your beautiful dress and lovely smile. Vintage weddings are also stylish these days; finger waves from the 1920’s and 30’s have become fashionable once again, and retro styles are enjoying a lot of popularity.

 

wedding hairstyles

What looks best on you?

One of the most tedious things a bride has to choose is her dress and her hairstyle— and with so many choices this can be a tough decision to make. Nevertheless, with these tips, trends, and a little inspiration, you’ll soon have your hairstylist perfecting a lovely style for you.

By Len Walker

outdoor weddings are taking off In 2011 outdoor weddings are extremely popular. Let nature be your decorator at a venue where you can enjoy the…more

bridesmaids are taking off
outdoor weddings are taking off

In 2011 outdoor weddings are extremely popular. Let nature be your decorator at a venue where you can enjoy the great outdoors.

Forests, botanical gardens, backyards, beaches, neighborhood gardens, parks, or wineries.
Choose a location that will reflect you own style and imagination and immerse yourself in the “green” all around you.
“The earth is a garden and each of us only need care for our own part for life to be breathed back into the planet, into the soil, into ourselves.”  
 John Jeavons, Environmental Agriculturalist

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