Braided Bridal Hairstyles
Are you still searching for that perfect hairdo for your wedding day? If so, why not consider a braid? They’re trending right now and can be casual, classy and sophisticated – it just depends on the type of braid you choose. Some women are talented enough to be able to braid their own hair, so if you’re one of those lucky women, you’ll save money on a hairdresser.
Here are some of the best bridal braids:
Do you have an abundance of long hair? If so, consider this gorgeous braid that sweeps your wavy locks over one shoulder. I love that the curls fall loosely rather than being braided right to the ends, just for something different.
If you’ve got long hair this intricate braid could work well for you. It’s probably not something you’d want to attempt yourself, so ask an expert to recreate it for you. The flowers look sweet and add the final touch to this effective braid.
This stunning braid would suit any style wedding, from a casual garden wedding to a formal church wedding. I really love the flowers dotted through the hair to give the effect of the bride wearing a flower halo.
If you’re searching for a half-up, half-down hairdo for your wedding day, this simple braid could be just what you’re looking for. Add a few loose curls and some sweet flowers and you have yourself the perfect hairstyle for a garden wedding.
This stylish and intricate braid will need to be created by a professional and you’ll need long hair to be able to pull it off. If you think you’ll be spending the day pushing that fringe out of your eyes, simply ask for the hairdresser to include it in the braid. A long flowing veil would look stunning, pinned to the back of this braid.
This messy halo braid is playful and fun perfect for a more casual wedding. Team it with a long flowing veil or consider incorporating some flowers into the hair for a totally different look.
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