Jaw Dropping Wedding Updos & Bridal Hairstyles – Part 1




Because your wedding hair will be highly photographed over a long period of time, you want to select a wedding hairstyle that is durable and long-lasting as well as stylish and chic.




Here are some jaw dropping wedding updos and bridal hairstyles, from Confetti Daydreams:

Ladies, it’s time to love your locks! Prepare to ooh and aah over these stunning wedding updos and bridal hairstyles scouted from some of our favorite weddings and shoots of the season.




Whether you prefer long, messy and lovely, perfectly coiffed, or a bit of both,  we’ve got a little bit of something for everyone in today’s bridal beauty feature.

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1. (Above) Christelle’s multi-tone golden locks have been twisted into an elegant bridal updo and finished off with an ornate, vintage-style silver hairpin which has been affixed to one side. {Styled by Odette Will and photographed by Laura Jane Photography.}




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2. (Above) For Marli’s bridal updo her tresses were delicately wrapped into an elegant low slung bun which created a beautifully romantic, yet simple and understated look. {Styled by Lauren Smit and photographed by Louise Vorster Photography.}

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3. (Above) Caroline’s sultry wedding upstyle is adorned with sparkly pins holding messy curls into place, featuring a few loose strands at the back for added romance. {Captured by Moira West}

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4. (Above) Adri’s jet black and fabulously curled tresses were expertly gathered into a delectable updo with loose, long tendrils softly dipping down the nape of her neck. {Photographed by Louise Vorster Photography.}

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5. (Above) Lucia’s lovely curled wedding locks were parted at the side, twisted, and then gathered up loosely at the back forming an intricate bridal chignon. {Styled by by Liezel Oberholzer and photographed by Louise Vorster Photography.}