Not only should your wedding day hair style make you feel special, but it also needs to be robust enough to last through a long busy day and night of photos, celebrations and even dancing. We take a look back at our favourite celebrity wedding hair styles to give you a little inspiration for your big day!
The ballerina bun is still a firm bridal favourite. A-Lister Nicole Richie chose this traditional style for her fairy-tale winter wedding. Pull the hair into a high ponytail on the crown of the head, twist round and secure with pins or simply add in a fake hair bun. Not only does this princess-inspired style look great with a classic tiara and veil combination, but it can also be decorated with small hair crystals or flowers, for a contemporary twist.
Gorgeous Grecian style
For a stunning bridal look, why not copy the Grecian-influenced hairstyle Made In Chelsea star Millie Mackintosh wore for wedding to rapper Professor Green? Divide the hair with an off-centre parting. Pin a braided headband across the top of the head or create two plaits yourself if your hair is long enough. Backcomb the rest of the hair to add volume, leaving short hair loose or rolling long hair into a low chignon. This unusual style adds a bohemian edge and looks great with simple make-up.
Luscious low bun
Olympic cyclist Victoria Pendleton wore her dark locks in a thick, low bun embellished with a sparkling jewelled comb for her wedding. Part the hair just a little off-centre then tie in a low ponytail at the nape of the neck. Curl and twist the hair into a bun, securing with pins. A few loose tendrils framing the face looks very pretty, or move the bun to one side for a vintage feel. This timeless style works well with almost any dress and can be accessorised with flowers, crystals or even a small feather fascinator.
Whatever your style, the right bridal hair will ensure you feel fabulous on your special day.
Which is your favorite wedding day hair style?