The season you choose to have your wedding in really can make all the difference: it determines the flowers you use, what kind of dress you wear, and even where you can have it (no outdoor receptions in freezing temps, thanks)! Along with all of this seasonal planning, it’s smart to consider how you’re going to wear your hair—after all, if you’re spending so much time on the rest of your look, you’ll want to make sure your ‘do matches too! So, without further a-do, here are a few style suggestions for every season!
Spring is easily one of the most romantic times of the year. The weather is warming up, the sun is coming out, the bees are buzzing and the birds are chirping! To go with this romance, we think styles like a romantic tuck or a low hanging bun are best—and curls are definitely a way to go—but the MOST important thing in the springtime is to take advantage of all of those newly blooming flowers any way you can!
There really is nothing like summer love! Fun and adventure are in the air no matter where you go—but in most places, so is the heat. The best thing in summer is to have your hair in an updo, like bun or a wraparound braid. Keeping it off your neck and shoulders will keep you cool and ready for all the excitement your big day will throw at you! If wearing your hair down is a must, pull it out of your face so your makeup will stay fresh!
There’s just something about autumn that screams messy braids and piece-y waves to us! If the leaves are falling off the trees, you should definitely have pieces falling out of place! If you want to add some interest, baby’s breath and gold accents—especially gold leaves—will go really well with the warm colors of the season.
The weather outside may be frightful, but your hair is going to look oh-so-delightful! Cascading curls and big romantic volume will keep your shoulders warm during this chilly time of year. (So if you decided to be brave and go for that strapless dress, you’re still good.) Try accenting your style with silver and pearls, to match the snowy landscape—Queen Elsa would be proud!