I’m experiencing a bit of hair indecision. (Confession time! I haven’t had a hair trial yet. I booked my hairstylist without meeting her!) Don’t worry—I will have a hair trial, eventually. But because I haven’t tried any of the hairstyles below, I’m not sure which is best for my gown, hair flower, and personal style. So, I’m looking to you ladies for recommendations and advice! You can weigh in at the end of the post.
Detailed, interwoven updos
Pros: Texture (!); lots of visual interest; matches rosette details on my gown
Cons: Seemingly time intensive; would lose some structure as the night goes on; where to put hair flower?
Pros: Softer, romantic look; beauty is in the imperfection; will look good as the night wears on and the bun loosens
Cons: No set spot for hair flower
Image via Brides Magazine / Original source: Anna Maier Ulla-Maija Fall runway show / Photo by Kyle Ericksen
Tighter, knotted buns
Pros: obvious spots for hair flower; simpler style
Cons: If the bun falls apart, the whole style goes with it; bun size may compete with similarly sized hair flower
Image via The Knot / Photo by Grey Zisser
Both images via Martha Stewart Weddings
(Mr. PaC: Skedaddle! Gown pic ahead!)
Here’s another look at my gown:
Hive, which way would you go with my gown and hair flower?
Option 1: Detailed, interwoven updos
Option 2: Loose updos
Option 3: Tighter, knotted buns