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Spring Bridal Hair Trends for 2015

Spring Bridal Hairstyles for 2015

Deciding on a look for your wedding day is one of the most important decisions a bride will make in the lead up to her big day. Whether it’s classic elegance, vintage, seaside or bohemian style, your hair and accessories will be an integral part of bringing the whole look together.

Bridal hair trends for spring 2015 reflect a style that is more than the traditional with new, innovative accessories and wavy, cascading lengths leading the way. There is plenty to suit every bride and we've put together the top trends to give you a head start.

Up Styles

Up Style Bridal HairUp styles can create instant glamour and this spring we will be seeing French rolls and polished chignons accessorised with floral headpieces and bedazzled headbands.

If you are going for a sexier look then try a loose chignon low and to the side at the nape of your neck leaving a couple of strands framing your face. Accessorise with flowers to complete the look.


Cascading Styles

Cascading Bridal Hair StyleThis look has really returned for the spring 2015 season, worn full and bouncy cascading over the shoulders. No veil or accessories are needed, however tiny flower heads scattered through the wavy lengths will bring together your whole look.


Loose braids

Loose Braides Bridal HairstyleWhether formal or casual, loose braids are one of this season’s top trends. For a more casual look, wear the loose braid over one shoulder entwined with flowers for a whimsical outdoor wedding. For a more formal look create a loose braid around the crown in an up style, entwined with jewels and pearls.

Sleek ponytails

For classic simplicity a low, sleek ponytail with no veil or accessories can make your features pop. With the right makeup and some killer earrings this look will take you through the day with a minimum of fuss.

If you need some sparkle, a bejewelled headband sitting close to the head in a single or double band will do the trick.

Half Up Styles

Half Up Bridal HairstyleHalf up hairstyles are a great option when you want some structure whilst keeping some length around your face. Done with braids, softly pinned up curls or twisted across the back of your head and left to fall down one side, this style is suitable for a morning ceremony or sunset celebration.

Style hair into a ponytail or loose bun and pull out the front section of hair for a romantic feel. Incorporate accessories to complement your theme.


Hair Accessories

Brides this spring are looking for fresh accessories - new and inventive ways of creating a unique look.

The trend this spring is for smaller, delicate headbands and hair combs which sit close to the head. They are intricate and bedazzled and when teamed with a classic up do, ensure a look that is elegant and classy.

Headbands, side combs, fresh flower heads and vintage necklaces interwoven through the hair are replacing veils, tiaras and large floral halos.

Whether you have long tresses or a pixie cut, fresh flowers in season are always a winner. Make them small and subtle to enhance your natural look.

The right style and flawless hair on your big day can be achieved without the stress if you follow a couple of simple rules:

Choose an experienced wedding hair stylist who will assist you in your choice of style and accessories. They will also make sure your style stays firm throughout the day, not just for a couple of hours.
Have at least one trial so you know exactly what you will look like on the day and there are no surprises.

If you're planning a wedding and need some more inspiration for your hairstyle then check out our national directory of wedding vendors, and get the perfect look for your special day!

About The Author

Jodie Terzis

Jodie Terzis has worked in the Events and Wedding Industry for many years helping brides achieve their dream wedding and is based on the Gold Coast.

Jodie is also passionate about Everything Chocolate, making her own delicious chocolate creations and blogging about her journey. Chocoholics can find her at The Chocolate Mixing Bowl.