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A New Twist on Bridal Hair

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A New Twist on Bridal Hair

You’ve reserved the location. You’ve got the dress. The RSVP’s are coming in. With so many details to manage when planning your wedding, there’s a small detail that you don’t want to leave off your list – the perfect hairstyle!

“Selecting the right hairstyle is sometimes one of the last things a bride puts into place for her wedding day,” said Erin – Destin Bay House General Manager.

With this in mind, we wanted to share a few tips for selecting the right do.

  1. Match your hair with the style of your dress. This sounds like common sense, but how you arrange your hair can either dress up or dress down your look. If you’re going for a more casual look, your hair could appear more relaxed either with waves or a looser up-do whereas a tighter form embodies sophistication.
  2. Select any ornaments to compliment your style. Depending on the feeling you want to create as a bride consider flowers, broaches, pearls and other accessories to enhance your look.
  3. Consider a vintage style. Did your grandmother or mother style their hair in a way that you would like to replicate? Maybe the exact look doesn’t work for you, but could you add a few elements to update the look for your wedding?
  4. Don’t forget the veil! When planning your style be sure to take the veil into consideration. If you don’t intend to wear a veil, one trendy idea is to use an accessory instead – either a flower crown or a patterned hair clip. Either way – take into account how you want your hair to look with and without the veil and make sure the style works for both situations.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed with all of the options and details of planning a wedding, we can help! Our beautiful waterfront ceremony location with on-site reception space is sure to help check a few things off your growing list! Schedule a time to speak with us about hosting your wedding at the Destin Bay House.

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