So, here is what we found and think will be a great statement piece in lieu of the traditional veil. These ideas that we found are for brides who do not wish to follow the typical tradition but want to personalize their wedding how they see fit, whether through fashion, color, taste or look; basically being unique is the way to go; if you feel you have to do a trend, just do small touches of it throughout your wedding, don't overdo it, though.
The bohemian, or boho style has become an exhilarating addition to the fashion world. The boho style brings one closer to nature and modern brides are increasingly searching for the amazing boho wedding hair that has become popular among brides all over the world.
These fabulous styles usually feature long curls and various accessories complemented with flowers.
Jeweled combs are a classic look for any style of wedding look. Combs with flowers or jewel accents tucked into a formal updo will look amazing, also great with braided bun - style hairstyles. Hair combs are versatile and can be incorporated into your style in any number of ways.
Macramé is back and it’s all the rage in the wedding scene. Many couples are opting for some form of macramé in their wedding plans. Why won’t they? The warm, homely feel is breathtaking. It transforms any wedding venue—beach, glade, field, or barn—into a sight from a fairy tale.
And a macramé wedding band is the best way to incorporate this wonderful feeling into your special day.
You style your hair every day. (Some days you even do it more than once!) That’s why you - yes, you - are highly qualified to DIY a bridal ’do’. “It’s not something to be scared of,” says NYC hairstylist Nunzio Saviano. “If you practice, you’ll get technical skills - and believe it, you can really master the look.” Of course, it helps when you aim for a casual yet romantic vibe, like the braid down shown here.