Deciding what to do with your hair on your wedding day can feel almost as important as deciding whether or not to say yes to the proposal. Whether you're styling your locks yourself or hiring some much-needed help, don't stress — we've got lots of inspo for you right here.
Beautiful bride Ayana Lage opted for a side-swept, wavy look that highlights her lace veil and natural makeup. Lock in a style that still needs to move with Frederic Fekkai One to Hold Hairspray ($28, ) .
If your hair is Rapunzel-length, you can try a fairytale-worthy braid that's gorgeous for both daytime and nighttime weddings. Make sure to pull a few pieces out of the braid for a relaxed, textured look.
Cutting long hair into a bob right before your wedding would be a pretty drastic move. If you love the look of chin-length hair but want to keep yours long, try this romantic, Gatsby-inspired faux bob.
If your wedding calls for a formal updo, consider a simple bun accessorized by a jeweled hairpiece, like this gorgeous BHLDN Luna Comb ($140, ).
Boho waves are totally of-the-moment for weddings. Opt for a more polished version of the undone look — alá Poppy Delevingne at her 2014 wedding — by smoothing a product like Honest Beauty Honestly Polished Dry Condition + Shine Serum ($20, ) through styled strands.
Nicky Hilton's style for her 2015 wedding is a twist on the traditional ballerina bun, worn lower on the crown of the head to easily accommodate a flowing veil. Stock up on pins like the eBoot 100 Pack of U-Shaped Pins ($9, ) to keep your hair in place on the big day.
Go natural for your wedding like Solange Knowles did when she married Alan Ferguson in 2014. To make sure your hair is well-moisturized and light on frizz, use a hair mask like Ouidad Curl Immersion Triple Threat Deep Conditioner ($38, ) beforehand.
The Duchess of Cambridge opted for an extra-polished version of her typical hairstyle — plus a glittering crown and veil combo — on her wedding day in 2011. Want big, voluminous hair that's perfectly curled at the ends? Try using the GHD Curve Soft Curl Iron ($199, ) for elegant waves.
Pippa Middleton wore a lovely twist on the average updo for her 2017 wedding to James Matthews. This style gets all the hair off your shoulders, allowing you to show off a unique neckline. Keep it in place through the ceremony and the reception with Morrocanoil Luminous Hairspray Strong Finish ($24, ).
We can't all marry rockstars, but we can all take a page from Bianca Jagger's wedding style book, if we wish. She simply wore her hair long and straight with wavy ends and accessorized with an incredible wide-brimmed hat for her 1971 courthouse wedding to Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger.
A pretty spin on the classic half-up half-down bridal hairstyle, this look is versatile and easy to create on your own.
Great Gatsby finger waves will never go out of style. Wear these on their own for a vintage feel, or insert a simple jeweled pin for added flair.
A pixie cut can easily be dressed up for a wedding — it's all about the accessories! Audrey Hepburn's flower crown looks just as modern today as it did in 1954. Getting one of your own is as easy as searching on .
This Bardot-inspired bouffant is perfect for the bride who likes glamour with a hint of sexiness. Don't have long hair? It's easy to achieve this look with temporary extensions.
This elegant braid looks complex, but it only takes 10 minutes. While it's a perfect bridal style, the time commitment makes it an excellent choice for regular wear too.
If you're the type of bride who would rather walk down the aisle feeling her toes in the sand versus high heels, go for a simple style like this pretty wavy look.