Whether you have gone for an illusion neck, swooping cowl or a deep low back, we have the perfect wedding hairstyles to inspire you.
Hair and Makeup by Rosie Hart
Photography by Tom and Lizzie Redman
Softly curled half up styles are an easy to wear choice for brides who want to show off their luscious locks. Keep the curls around your face for a perfect boho bridal look or sweep them back for an elegant Kate Middleton vibe. This wedding hairstyle can be worn with most wedding dresses but looks extra special with an illusion and lace neckline. If a deep low back wedding dress is your thing, you may find a halfup hairstyle with an intricate hair vine, or textured twists, will sit perfectly against your open back providing a beautiful focal point during your ceremony.
Hair by Cassandra Rizzuto
Makeup by Mariam Jensen
Photography by Kirsten Maverick
For a wedding dress with a 1920s influence, geometric patterns, angular necklines and vintage lace. Soften up these patterns and edges with a stunning relaxed updo, detailed with ethereal wisps of hair to frame the face. Try a center parting to keep your look striking and modern or a sweeping side parting to for a soft touch of vintage glam.
Makeup by Sylwia Kunysz
Hair by Agata Julia
Photography by Helen Warner Photography
A high neck wedding dress like this stunning Sally Lacock design will accent your shoulders, giving you an elegant and demure look. Compliment this neckline with a stunning soft low bun, keeping it super relaxed, laid back and feminine. Finish this look with a vintage golden leaf bridal hair accessory to add a touch of timeless regal elegance.
Hair and Makeup by Catherine Bailey
Photography by Alice Whitby
Does your wedding dress have a show-stopping back like this Sassi Holford open back design. If the back of your dress is worth showing off down the aisle than this is a great time to choose a bridal updo. Not only will a stunning hair up keep everyone's eyes on the details of your dress, it can elongate your neck and body too - double win! Keep some movement and volume at the roots to give your updo looking chic, effortless and modern.
Hair by Gustav Fouche
Makeup by Sarah Brock
Photography by Simon Powell
Have your heart set on wearing your wedding hair up in stylish bridal ponytail? Try wearing this laid back contemporary look with a square necked wedding dress to break up the angular shape and keep that effortlessly gorgeous vibe. Wedding ponytails come in many varieties, add a chunky plait and small flowers for a pretty bohemian flair, or try a silky sleek high pony for a dose of unfussy glam.
Hair and Makeup by Ella Megan
Photography by Radka Horvath
Found the wedding dress of your dreams and it looks like it came straight from a Disney classic? Cap sleeves and a sweetheart neck pair well with a with a feminine hairstyle, think soft waves worked through your locks, and make sure that they look healthy, shiny and volumous like a true princess.
Hair by Cassandra Rizzuto
Photography by Hannah Duffy
Taking the plunge? A stunning low v-neck wedding dress can be all things sexy, glam and sophisticated. Add even more elegance to this neckline by drawing the hair up into a soft volumous updo. Keep it super feminine with a sweeping fringe and try adding a spritz of shine spray on the finished look to make your curls look glossy and healthy.
Hair and Makeup by Story Hair and Makeup
Photography by Jacob and Pauline Photography
Embellished wedding dress necklines add enough texture and detail to the neck and shoulders and can be super pretty without the need for any additional glitzy jewellery, but you can try hair flowers. Whether you prefer a low side bun, chignon, or half up style you can match the textures in the dress with the textures in your hair.
Hair and Makeup by BEYOU Weddings
Photography by Sarah Hannam Photo
Combine large plaits with spaghetti straps, to keep a cool summer vibe, perfect for a destination beach or Tuscan vineyard wedding. Keep the plait large and volumous, leaving soft natural strands to frame the face for a more relaxed feel. Add flowers, a hair vine or keep things simple with some drop earrings.
Hair by Mae Hair Specialist
Makeup by Gurdeep Juttla
Photography by Ishootpeoplewedding