Dreamy Down ‘dos – Wedding Hairstyles 2014
Those who fear the idea of having to curl their hair for their wedding 'do - don't worry, it's perfectly okay to leave your hair straight! For a carefree, romantic, boho style look, try something like this straight, wispy look topped off with a crown of fresh flowers.
A similar look to the previous style, this hairstyle with its luxuriously loose, big curls is super pretty and full. We love the loop detail at the back, which serves as the perfect boost for a beautiful veil.
The braid (or plait) is the ultimate boho look for chic and unconventional brides. Some loose waves add magnificent movement to this look, as does the colourful highlights that will catch the sun and create a relaxed and folksy style look.
One of the more romantic ways to wear your wedding hair is with half loosely scraped back leaving some beautiful soft curls down to frame the face. If you're not sure about wearing your hair fully down, but don't like the idea of a formal up do, this look may just be for you.
Credits: via Rosa Clara Blog
Simple & Chic
This simple and chic look is ideal for a no-fuss bride who wants to look her best self on her big day. Because the hair isn't poker straight, there is some romance and movement here, with the grown-out side fringe adding softness and shape.
Credits: Amanda Julca Photography
You can still pull your hair off your face even if you're wearing it down on your big day, and this is a beautiful way to achieve that style without looking over formal. Long layered curls add depth and romance to this wonderfully feminine style.
Credits: via It's a Colourful Life
Flowers in her Hair
One of our upcoming weddings (stay tuned!) features this gorgeous girl who decided to wear her hair loose and down for her celebrations. We love the fresh floral wreath and very slight waves which create a carefree, chic and cheerful look.
Credits: Insight Photography
This hairstyle comprises of a loose braid to add shape and very soft waves for movement. A boho look with an informal feel, it is finished beautifully with a hint of fresh flowers lining the simple, chic plait.
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