Some brides are starting to prefer less traditional updos for their big day and instead are opting for sleak but elegant hairstyles with floral hair pieces such as pictured below.
However the traditional up-do has not completely vanished as some brides are choosing a more loose up-do with less intricate detailing such as the picture below which also includes floral hair pieces.
Vintage hairstyles that rose to popularity in the early 80's appear to be making a comeback in the wedding industry as more brides are opting for larger hairstyles that have fluctuated in popularity.
Below is an example of the more vintage hairstyles that more brides are choosing.
The above veil is popular with the more traditional up do as it shows the elegance of the up-do and also adds elegance to the brides overall look.
Many brides spend months worrying over their hairstyle for the big day and have many trials before deciding on the final look. The way your hair looks on the day all depends on the type of veil that you have.
A shoulder length veil is more popular for the more vintage hairstyles as it often compliments the facial shape of the bride and provides a more complimentary look for the big day.