Whether you have short, medium, or long hair you have probably spent a lot of time thinking about how you would like to wear your hair on your wedding day. If you plan on having a professional hairstylist or a friend do your hair, you should try to narrow it down to a couple different styles.
Set up a trial with this person so that you can test out the different styles, and so that the stylist can get used to working with your hair. If you have curly or extremely fine hair, the stylist will need to prepare by having the right products and pins etc to make sure everything goes smoothly on your big day.
Plan on bringing a veil even if it isn’t the veil you will be wearing on your wedding day. This gives you the opportunity to see the different options you have with your veil and see what feels the most comfortable and secure.
If you are considering using hair extensions, the trial would be a good chance for the stylist to determine the length and how many extensions they will need to complete your look. Sally’s Beauty Supply has an affordable selection of hair extensions of many different colors.
When considering if you should wear your hair up or down, make sure to think about the time of year if you are going to be outside. If its the middle of August and its hot outside, you might not to have your hair down because you may get overheated. If its fall weather and there is a possibilty of wind you may want to have your hair secured in an up-do to avoid your hair being in your face for your wedding photos.
You can add accessories like hair pins, clips, feathers or rhinestones to add a little drama to your ensemble, it’s your day afterall!
When you picture a bride, do you think of a woman in a white dress with a veil and a bouquet of flowers?
Although there are many different variations of wedding traditions among different cultures, It is fair to say that most people still associate a bride with a flowing white veil.
Traditional, but not a mandatory accessory these days because times have changed; but where did this tradition come from anyway?
We have consistently found evidence of veils being worn as early on in Europe as the time of the Crusades. At a time of arranged marriages, the groom would often be seeing his bride for the first time when he lifted her veil.
Veils were used as a symbol of virginity and purity for brides given to their mates. Through the years the veil styles have changed somewhat dramatically.
Veils come in many different lengths, from single up to three tiers (layers) and can be anywhere from short blusher veils to floor length or cathedral length which is up to 120 inches long.
In addition to a veil many brides also wear a headpiece such as a tiara, headband or clips. Depending on the hairstyle you choose for your wedding day, you have a lot of options for how you want to wear your veil if you decide to wear one.