Paula’s (above) low bouffant with waves by Marie Hickey, topped off with a birdcage veil by Sandra Campbell, was fab. And we mean fab. It was a really creative way to wear her hair to match her really creative wedding day. See the rest of Paula and Philip’s wedding by Give us a Goo Photography.
Pamela’s beautiful finger curls and low, messy bun, together with her eye-catching Jenny Packham beaded headpiece pulled her whole vintage bridal look together. See the rest of Pamela and John’s wedding by Penry Photography.
Jo’s stylist created a low, left-side swept chignon, perfect for her wedding look The embellished headpiece by Emmy Mickelson gave this simple and elegant hairstyle the burst of glamour brides love for their big day. See the rest of Jo and Jon’s wedding captured by Moat Hill Photography.
With all of her experience working on weddings Ashley O’Connor, make-up artist, knew exactly how she wanted to look on her big day. Of course, she did her own make-up and asked Brown Sugar to create her mid-low, swept back bun. Simply stunning. See the rest of Ashley and Aidan’s wedding captured by Eric Savo.
The Powder Room Girls created this Grecian goddess inspired, wavy low-tied updo, a style that looks particularly perfect with blonde locks, a one-shouldered dress and a Stacey Hannan hand-made headpiece! We love!
Up-style Junkie aka Audrey Cashman created this modern style that can be seen on every bridal runway and red carpet event. Perfect for a modern, city-chic bride! Image by Memento Photography.
Sandra from The Powder Room Girls created this princess-esque low woven, vintage romantic upstyle! We particularly love how the sweeping side-fringe helps to shape the face!
Another style that would give Kate Middleton a run for her money is this low, simple, swept back look by Up-style Junkie. Ideal if you’re wearing a tiara or a veil! Image by SOSAC Photography.
We love how the “three pony upstyle” (left) is soft, but yet has a slighly undone look perfect for a boho bride. If that’s just not your style, try the classic chignon (right) by Sian Sharkey. If you want to try and create these styles yourself, follow Sian Sharkey’s step-by-step tutorial!
Don’t forget your bridesmaids! We love how all of the hairstyles below compliment each other, but yet are created to suit the individual bridesmaid, a very good idea and one that will keep everyone happy! Image by John McGarry.
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By Amy Croffey
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