With weddings happening at every corner of the world, dressing up a bride’s hair in a unique and fantastic way has become a more daunting task.
For a bride, the question of how to wear your hair is one of the toughest decisions to make. You should want to face your expectant groom and all those prying eyes from the crowd with an immaculate style.
It’s definitely not enough to just have neat and well-coiffed hair… you need the neatest and the best-coiffed hair on your special day.
How, you ask? With a little hair inspiration, of course! Here are our five best picks from movie weddings that showcase the best bridal hairstyles in Hollywood.
Sweet Home Alabama
Released in 2002, Reese Witherspoon wears a chignon in a rather short, yet chic hairpiece that serves as the perfect substitute for any veil. This is a timeless inspiration for any bride of any season if you ask me!
The wedding scenes of this movie may have been messy, thanks to Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson’s portrayal of two sisters trying to outdo one another, but the two gorgeous brides’ hair is immaculate!
Take a look at Anne’s hairdo and you’ll notice rhinestone pins that make her classic hair more appealing.
This film’s fashion icon, Audrey Hepburn and her hair in this 1957 flick displays her inch-by-inch femininity.
With a hair bun that’s gelled back, it was complemented by a low Alice band and a veil that worked perfectly well with her ballet-length wedding dress.
4. What Happens in Vegas
Beach or garden weddings call for a toned-down hairstyle. In this movie, Cameron Diaz sports a simple, yet stylish worn down hair fastened by an Alice band.
5. Runaway Bride
Julia Roberts wore many different hairstyles for different weddings in this film as she ran away from many weddings. Her last style was a rather wind-blown, curly style that took everyone’s breath away.
Spoiler Alert: This time, she didn’t run away.
Take it from the stars! The next time you are looking for hair inspiration, you know what movies to watch!
Your Turn: What do you think about these hairstyles? Are there any other great movies that can provide inspiration? Please let me know in the comments section below.