This glamorous style suits thick, textured hair. Ponytail your curls. Half-fishtail your ponytail. Smooth flyaways with moisturizing cream and elasticize the braid.
Beach weddings and laid-back brides suit this theme. Braid two pigtails and pin one over the head. Pull out loose hair to frame the face and secure the second braid on top.
The Old Hollywood-inspired French twist works on straight or wavy hair. Pull hair into a low ponytail, twist, and tuck to create a fold at the back of the head.
This blunt cut by Jourdan Dunn is timeless. For bone-straight hair on your wedding day, use a one-pass flat iron.
This style proves French braids aren't exclusively for long hair. Sienna Miller braids her ear-length hair in French braids on both sides.
Ryan Michelle Bathe's twisted updo is amazing.
Lily Aldridge and Michael Silva have shown that a sloppy bun works for any occasion on straight, medium-length hair. Your wedding doesn't require perfection.
This Vanessa Hudgens style is stunning for short-haired brides. For shine, part your hair and smooth it with a product. Her ear-framing hair item is stunning.
Madelaine Petsch's deep red hair looks great in this traditional pony with loose curls. Leave pieces out to frame the face to romanticize this appearance.
Isabela Moner shows that a few simple waves may look gorgeous. The side portion adds volume, making the coif suitable for medium-volume hair.