A wedding is one of the most important events of a woman's life, which is why a bride wants every detail to be perfect from the ceremony to her gown. This attention to detail should also include the hairstyle she will wear.
She should start thinking about it as early as possible to allow her hair to grow out: hair grows at a rate of approximately a half-inch a month or six inches a year. Having longer hair will allow for more leeway in selecting wedding hairstyles.
It is not a bad idea to have an up-do if your dress covers all the way to the neck. Don't be afraid of a short hairstyle especially if you are petite.
Short hair can be one of the most used wedding hairstyles. On your wedding day, hundreds of eyes will be on you, and your chosen bridal hairstyle can either complete the picture or detract from it.
That is why it is so important to choose the perfect formal hairstyle well in advance of the big day so that you and your stylist can get it right and make custom additions to your hair. Nothing is worse than a hastily crafted coif decided upon only minutes before the ceremony.
You show up to your stylist on the day of your wedding wearing a T-shirt and sweatpants. Nothing wrong with the sweatpants, but the T-shirt represents disaster waiting to happen.