Between the ocean breezes and humid salt air, a beach wedding calls for a casual hairstyle that looks good a little bit rumpled. Make like Sandra Bullock and mist sea spray onto air dried texture, then pull back the top section to keep loose strands off your face (and out of your lip gloss).
Milkmaid braids are guaranteed to match the Pinterest-inspired vibe of DIY affair, whether the nuptials are taking place in a rustic barn or a clearing full of wildflowers. We love an updo made with fishtail braids like Beth Behrs.
The low-key atmosphere of a backyard wedding means you can skip the sleek blowout and pull your hair into an easy ponytail instead. To make the look party-ready, add a statement-making center part like Thandie Newtons and wrap a strand of hair around your ponys base to hide the elastic.
Sleek, sexy texture goes from neon chapel to nightclub without a hitch. Pair flat ironed locks with black liner like Brittany Snows. The actress faked her asymmetrical bob for a night by adding longer extensions on one side of her hair.
Add a little something special (but not over the top) to your look by creating sleek waves like Jessica Szohrs. Hold your curling iron horizontally to make an S-shaped pattern thats way more chic than ringlets.
If the bride wears Audrey Hepburn white gloves and the signature cocktail is an Old Fashioned, its only appropriate to show up in your Mad Men-esque best. Rose Byrnes bow-bedecked bouffant is the perfect option.