10 Stunning Wedding Hairstyles for Every Length and Texture

by Claudia Wittenberg

Pinterest-worthy hair is one thing, but Pinterest-worthy bridal hair is a whole different ball game. And while the days spent scouring the site for the one style you’ll walk down the aisle in are exciting, they can also be frustrating. Let us explain: It’s easy to scroll through pages of pins of girls with long, flowing hair, but the reality is that everyone’s mane doesn’t fit that mold. That’s why we’ve compiled different looks for a variety of hair textures and lengths. Trust us—these are the only hair inspiration pictures you’ll need to find the style you want to wear on your special day.

 

Perfect for shoulder-length hair, this twisted updo is complemented by a small bouquet of ranunculus and greenery. Wow your guests whether you’re coming or going.

 

Perfect for shoulder-length hair, this twisted updo is complemented by a small bouquet of ranunculus and greenery. Wow your guests whether you’re coming or going.

 

Embracing the natural texture of your hair sets the stage for amazing body. We love the way pinning up some sections can add slight variation and structure to your everyday style.

 

Can you say bridal hair goals? We certainly can. This romantic loosely weaved updo is adorned with delicate baby’s breath and soft cascading curls.

 

For a lower-maintenance bride, this waved ’do is met with a simple half-up twist—perfect to cradle your veil.

 

Ideal for short hair, this messy bun adds a sense of carefree spirit to the traditional wedding aesthetic. Loosely waving the hair before pulling it back creates a playful look when those frontal strands come loose as you dance the night away. 

 

We love the Old Hollywood glam vibes this look gives off. Plus, pinning some hair back is the best way avoid losing the frame of your face. (Not to mention you won’t have to continuously tuck it behind your ears the whole night.)

 

We’re in love with this delicately placed crystal headband. It falls perfectly among the swept-up strands for an understated dose of glitz. Consider it a more modern take on the bridal tiara.

 

If you’re concerned about having enough pizzazz with short strands, consider adding a slew of roses to dress up your overall look. Simple, stylish, and classic. 

 

Calling all boho brides: a wrapped Dutch braid is the perfect festival-meets-bridal look, especially when surrounded by loose cascading waves and a simple low knot.

 

For pixie cuts, consider using a small curling rod to create texture throughout your hair, then accessorize with a glam floral headband for a touch of elegance.

Now that you’ve got your hair squared away, check out the wedding nail art designs you could even wear all year long.

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