To do hair up or hair down?

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Different Hair Styles

I’ve been debating for some time now how to wear my hair for the wedding.  It’s a garden wedding, which is a bit more romantic— some have suggested wearing it down with waves or curls.  At the same time I am a bit more traditional and considering for a up hair-do.  Unfortunately, the stylist that is doing my hair does not do trial runs.  I will have to know exactly what I want, how I want it that day.  My game plan is to bring as many photographs as possible.

What I know for sure is that I will need some sort of accessory.  I feel like a little girl because I want everything— headband, flower, veil, crystals.  It doesn’t end.  But I know I can NOT wear ALL those things in my hair for the wedding.

As for headbands,  I had my eyes on Jennifer Behr. Here is one I really love:

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petite crystal and satin headwrap

What I found to be a very popular trend lately is to wear a flower (whether handmade flower or real flower).  The single flower is definitely what I’m leaning towards.  However, the more difficult decision now is feather flower, silk flower or real flower.  I just love Renee Pawele‘s and Sara Gabriel’s collections.

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Palisades Feather Flower From Renee Pawele

There are so many different choices for brides these days.  From tiaras to birdcage veils.  Although, I’m not considering a tiara, I can still look.  Here is one I love from Toni Federici.

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Tiara by Toni Federici

For now the decision is still not made.  I guess everyone will have to wait for the big day to find out!

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One Response to To do hair up or hair down?

  1. greenellephant says:

    I can’t wait!! You’re going to be a stunning bride!!

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