2013 Spring Summer Wedding Hairstyles

25
February
2013

This is the most romantic season of the year, with warming golden sunshine, flowers blooming, and butterflies and birds filling the parks and gardens.   We know it is the beginning of wedding season.   Now is the time to choose the hair style that perfectly complements your dress and wedding theme.  Whether you want to be dainty, beachy or formal,always sophisticated and elegant, this season’s hair styles are certain to help you make a statement on your special day.  At Ebony Styles Salon, we love love weddings, especially as a few of our clients are preparing for their big day this summer and fall.  We get to see it all come together, including the dress, hair and cake!

Piled high curls.  Hair swept to the side and curls piled high in this ultra elegant up-do with sparkling accessories, we can see why this timeless style is still a favorite for many brides.

The beehive Up-do.  For an elegant day or evening wedding, this beehive reaches the height of wedding sophistication.

Low twisted knot.  Soft and pretty twisted low bun is easy to create for a dreamy daytime wedding.

Minimalist.  Perfect for a destination wedding on the beaches in the Caribbean.   A dramatic hair accessory, maybe a flower that matches your bouquet, completes this look.

Voluminous Attitude.  What better way to show off a perfectly luxurious head of long bouncy curls.

Braided Up-do.  Soft braids and curls pinned up give this up-do the high fashion look.  Make it your own with a sparkling hair accessory.

Dainty and Sweet.  Soft waves and sparkling accessory make this a very pretty and dainty style.

Romantic braids and bun.  Loose braids and low side bun, with these pretty vintage flower pins, captures youthful romance,

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