Short Bridal Hairstyles

Fall is approaching fast, and with that, all the beautiful Fall weddings.

Some of our Fall brides have touched base with us about ways of styling short hair for the ceremony. It’s not uncommon to hear a bride saying she’s growing her hair out for the wedding. Many believe there are not many options out there for short haired brides.

We think the opposite. As much as a very intricate hairstyle wows, short hair gives accessories a chance to shine. So we put together some images that are blowing us away for our Fall brides!

 

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For our brides going for a sweeter look, there’s nothing more beautiful than a half updo adorned with a soft flower and chiffon/tulle.

It pairs greatly with a softer, sweeter gown.

 

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Birdcage veils are perfect for shorter do’s. It frames the face beautifully and also lets your hairstyle be the center of attention. Just as the picture, a bold statement earring brings the right amount of drama to the look.

 

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There are few things more chic than big, bouncy curls. It’s very glamorous and adds a flair to your look. Paired with a smoky eye look (whether in soft brown hues or deep blacks), it oozes black tie event.

 

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If your hair is short, but with some length to it, this would be a perfect updo. The shorter pieces are perfect for framing your face, while the rest is pulled back in a messy bun. Add a small hairpiece to bring some attention to the intricacy of the do.

 

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For short asymmetrical bobs, headbands are your best friend. Specially for brides who don’t want to incorporate a veil to the look, you can add a big adorned headband and subtle earrings for a chic, soft and even vintage look.

 

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For the 20’s lover, there’s nothing more chic than a bejewel headband with curly locks. It’s the perfect pairing to a glitzy gown to complement the headband and hairdo.

 

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A twisted updo is perfect to wear with short hairstyles. It can create the illusion of longer and fuller hair. Just like the picture, we love pairing this updo with a softer headpiece and we cannot get over this feathery beauty.

 

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Very short pixie cuts are more challenging to add a headpiece to. Sometimes the hair isn’t longer enough to hold it in place, or to add a nice curl to. This is the best hairstyle to add a headband to. You can go as busy or as subtle as you’d like. We love that this one looks like it has a little bit of a birdcage feel to it.

 

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The image says it all. This over the top, almost fantasy like headpiece is just perfect for shorter do’s. It’s definitely a statement piece, so we advise you to keep your gown and jewelry to a minimum. We love how soft the headpiece looks and how it pairs perfectly with a more dramatic eye look.

 

 

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The last idea we have is for the brides who want to wear long veils. A simple, thin headband (whether only fabric or bejeweled) is the perfect complement to a long, soft veil. For this look, a dramatic makeup like the one the bride has works wonderfully but you can also wear it with softer tones for a daytime wedding. We think it would look ethereal.

 

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So this is it for our round up of gorgeous hairstyles for our ladies with shorter hair. Don’t think, for a minute, that you can’t look as glamorous on your day, or that you have to grow your hair to be able to walk down that isle. There are tons that we can do with your hair!

Do you ave any questions on any looks? Or in general about bridal hairdos? Just leave them on our comment or facebook page.

 

 

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