Create your bridal hairstyle to complement your wedding season

October 3, 2016

The season you choose for your wedding can have a huge impact on a wide range of choices connected to the Big Day. The availability of the venue and vendors, the dress you will wear and even the overall décor style should all be coordinated with the season outside.

 

How do you create a bridal hairstyle that complements your wedding season too? We have some wonderful ideas to inspire you – so read on and find out more.

 

 

  • Winter. This season is all about elegance and beauty – so we advise you to choose a hairstyle that’s classy and timeless. For instance, a simple, sleek chignon will be a fantastic choice – and if you accessorize it with a silver hairpiece, it will look even more beautiful.

  • Spring. Considering the positive vibes of this season, you might want to choose a more relaxed and nature-inspired hairstyle for your spring wedding. A braided hairdo can be absolutely amazing – especially when accessorized with small pieces inspired by this season (e.g. small floral accessories).

  • Summer. This is a season of carefreeness, beauty and optimism. To make sure your hair is extremely elegant and comfortable for the hot weather outside, we suggest a side-swept style inspired by the famous Hollywood curls. They will look so glamorous on you as a bride!

  • Fall. Incorporate autumn elements into your wedding hairstyle with a pretty piece of hair jewelry in the colors of the season. Paired with a volume-based side pony tail, this look will make you feel like a truly stunning Queen of your own wedding day!

 

 

Searching for the perfect hairstylist in Pittsburgh? Come visit eDry Bar and allow us to take care of your hair on the biggest day of your life! With our experience and care for detail, it is guaranteed that you’ll look fantastic!

 

 

Photo source: flickr.com/ Bellafaye Garden

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