Bump up the volume at the crown for a pretty look befitting a Southern belle.
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Ask your hairstylist for gorgeous, fluffed-up texture in the back.
For a half-up style with pizzazz, divide and gather your hair into multiple sections.
A half-up hairstyle interwoven with red roses is perfect for a classic fairy tale wedding.
You’ll feel like a boho goddess with this half-up style featuring an anchored twist and loose waves.
Here, baby’s breath is used in place of a barrette and artfully arranged into a twist of hair.
A half up bun with lots of soft, natural texture is ideal for a rustic outdoor setting.
Tease the top half of your hair to create a fun rockabilly pompadour.
Rapunzel-length locks are all the more enchanting with side-swept detailing and a boho-chic accessory.
One of the most creative half-up hairstyles to date — check out that dazzling Art Deco crystal accessory.
Combine coils of hair to form a breathtakingly intricate updo.
For a more dramatic style, ask for draped twists that start closer to the crown of your head.
For a fresh and relaxed take on a bridal hairstyles for long hair , consider a pretty off-center style on the side of your hair that will be facing the audience during your ceremony.
A low bun is a sophisticated and versatile option for any type of wedding.
We’re swooning over the wispy texture of this bride’s updo — it’s romantic without trying too hard.
Architectural twists perfectly complement an illusion neckline.
A sleek French twist is striking yet simple to create. For a modern take, try adding subtle volume at the crown of the head.
Blessed with thick hair? Ask your hairstylist for not one, but two smaller buns that they can expertly weave together for a modern coif.
If you’re inspired by vintage wedding details, borrow your hairstyle from a different decade, too, with pin-up curls that’ll make you feel like a starlet on your big day.
Make the most of your stunning strands with an interwoven, voluminous updo.
A graceful take on a low side bun.
We love the way this bride arranged her headpiece on the back of her head instead of the front.
Make highlights or ombré hair pop with strategically placed twists of hair.
Ballerina buns are graceful and poised; the bigger the bun, the more dramatic the look. Wrap a braided strand around the base for a unique touch, or coordinate complementary updo styles with your bridesmaids to make a bold statement.
A wavy, side-swept chignon is a natural choice for a boho or rustic-themed wedding.
If you have a layered cut, leave out some curls to softly frame your face. Add sparkling chandelier earrings to complete the romantic look.
A multi-tiered updo complements (not competes with) this Indian bride’s vibrant attire and beautiful jewelry.
A subtle waterfall twist is a beautiful addition to long, loose waves.
Take a page out of Game of Thrones with long and loose tendrils framed with double braids.
Show off ultra-long locks with a milkmaid braid and floral headpiece.
Play up soft, flowing locks with a crossed Dutch braid in the back.
Integrate pretty plaits on the side of a tousled updo
Stunning from all angles, this halo braid leads to a coiled updo (baby’s breath optional).
For a more edgy look, go for a tight braid that starts at the very top of your head
The looser your braid, the more carefree the vibe — like this stunning fishtail style.
Get creative with a chunky, loose braid dotted with sprigs of greenery.