Long hair not for you? Don’t you worry! I’ve got some inspiration for some short, sassy bridal hairdos that will have you wanting to run to the hairdresser yesterday! Who says you need to have long hair or a typical up-do for your wedding? If you have short hair, there are still so many options that will have you wowing your guests (and your hubby-to-be!). If you are wanting to wear a veil, opt for a smaller one or a bird cage veil. Flowers, headbands, and hair clips are also great options to add a little oomph to your wedding day hair style! Curly or straight, pixie or bob, look below for some inspiration for a short, sassy wedding ‘do!
Are you still trying to figure out the perfect ‘do for wedding day? You want the perfect style that’s timeless, effortless, and beautiful. 2013 hair trends are all about timeless and natural beauty. Girl, I don’t want you looking back 20 years from now saying, “What was I thinking with that hairdo!” So I have gathered my favorite trends of 2013 for some inspiration. Find a style that suits your personality and that you feel beautiful and comfortable in. Here are my favorites.. let me know what you think!
1. Low do, High Volume
2. Crown Braids
3. Floral Halos
Pink and Orange is one of my absolute favorite color combinations- plus it reminds me of a favorite event planner in Dallas, Todd Events! This citrus styled shoot plays up the rustic elements found in natural Arkansas. The Barn at Twin Oaks Ranch supplied the venue, and we have featured them before right here! I love the mix of greenery with blooms, it is one of my favorite trends! I hope it is here to stay! Melissa Mcrotty captured the shoot that was inspired by the chic barn & the love of hot colors against a rustic background. Bliss Salon helped to beautify the bride dressed in a gown from Formal Affairs.
Do you need a sparkly sash to compliment your dress? romantic silk flowers to adorn your gorgeous up-do? a precious headband for your darling flower girl? Amanda Judge is your girl! She has created absolutely stunning bridal accessories to help all brides look put together and radiant on their big day. Amanda Judge’s bridal accessories are unique, detailed, and absolutely breathtaking. I love the way she uses tulle, beading, rhinestones, and silk to create one-of-a-kind pieces that glam up any wedding dress.
You can find the perfect additions to your big day attire by visiting her website here. You won’t be disappointed!
All images via www.amandajudgeny.com
I met this beautiful bride through my sister, and I have so enjoyed watching where life takes her. Her latest adventure is definitely one for the ages. Jordan met Chad when she was a little girl, and he was the older brother of a close friend. She always had her eye on him, even telling his mom that “Chad had a cute face for a boyfriend!” After being reunited at a mutual friends wedding, Chad swept Jordan off her feet and proposed in Puerto Rico just a few months later. Jordan knew just who to enlist to help plan her wedding – fellow Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader & planner extraordinaire Misty Duncan!
The bride & groom are from New Mexico, so they incorporated hometown flair with funky and bright colors, great food, and especially turquoise! The week was dubbed “Hacienda de Hippie”, an all-encompassing theme of Anthropologie-Free People-Spanish flair. The ceremony was held the Lois Perkins Chapel in quaint Georgetown. Jordan loved the long center aisle and beautiful stain glass windows. Jordan choose a beautiful jade color for the bridesmaids dresses and styled each girl with different accessories, hair styles, and bouquets. The bridal bouquet incorporated all of the colors with unique touches in the moss-covered cross and chunk of turquoise tied to the stems…simply stunning!
Jordan wore a beautiful Romona Keveza aubusson lace, slight mermaid style gown. She had the back altered to make the “V” more dramatic (perfect choice) and also added a beaded belt to the front. See brides…you can have your very own dream dress! Jordan choose a cathedral veil with lace trim, and lengthened the blusher veil to fall just below her bouquet. Her favorite aspect of the dress was that it could be dressed up with Jimmy Choo’s for the ceremony, and dressed down with cowboy boots for a casual ceremony.
Don’t miss part two this afternoon!