Snow might still be on the ground where we are, but that doesn’t mean that the invitations for this year’s wedding season haven’t already started pouring in! We’re already starting to think about what we’ll wear and how we’ll do our hair because we have so many weddings coming up this season, and it’s been a different experience than last year because our hair has grown so much in the last year and it finally counts as long. To help us decide on styles, we’ve been scouring the Internet for all kinds of long haired styles that would work for weddings, letting us feel very glamorous but still keeping things easy enough that we can style our hair ourselves.
Just in case you’ve been in the mood for a little bit of inspiration and guidance in the long haired wedding style department as well, here are 15 of our favourite ideas, styles, and tutorials that we came across in our search!
1. Boho chic half up-half down long wedding hair
Have you been very enamoured lately with the idea of loose, stylishly messy hair designs lately because you’re in love with the whole Bohemian chic personal aesthetic? Well, if you’re also a fan of half up-half down styles as well, then we’re pretty sure this tutorial from Once Wed is just the one for you! We love the way this style harnesses natural waves.
2. Long lasting DIY wedding curls
Whether you’re a guest, a member of the wedding party, or the bride, are you feeling intent on having the most luxurious curls you’ve ever worn in your hair that day, but you just really wish they’d stick around better than usual instead of falling out over the course of the night? Then we think you simply must check out this technique from The Bridelink for getting beautiful curls that are truly long lasting! Leave them as they are, just naturally framing your face, or use their volume to turn the, into another style.
3. Braided halo wedding hair
Did we pique your attention attention with the mention of half up-half down styles and you even liked the faux woven appearance of what we showed you before, but you’re actually such a fan of braiding that you’d rather in corporate a real braid somewhere in the piece? Then we have a sneaking suspicion that you’d much prefer this braided halo design featured on A Practical Wedding!
4. Rounded high bun with flowers
Do you have very long hair that’s very straight but thick, and you’re hoping to find a style that will really take advantage of those positive qualities and put them to good use? Then maybe a stunning rolled high bun like this surprisingly simple one outlined step by step on The Bridelink will be right up your alley! We love the way they adorned it with flowers for a little extra whimsy.