Trending Wedding Hairstyles For Spring 2018 From Bridal Fashion Week

We are absolutely in love with the ultra-feminine, low-fuss hairstyles that were trending at Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2018 this month. The entire feel of the season’s designs reflect romance, tradition, and femininity, and the hairstyles on the runway went beautifully hand-in-hand with this concept. While the obvious trend for 2018 is keeping it long and flowing, there are a few standout updos.

These wedding hairstyles are gorgeous, and they each have the ability to never look dated—so if you decide on one of them for your own ceremony, you certainly won’t need to be concerned about having regrettable hair in your wedding album several years from now.

Here are the most stunning wedding hairstyles and hair accessories from Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2018.

Bridal Week Spring 2018 - Side Swept HairSide Swept

If you’re looking for a wedding hairstyle that allows you to keep your hair down while still looking elegant, try these Hollywood-inspired side swept waves. Timeless and flattering, this look pairs particularly well with a gauzy veil, as we saw on the runway Reem Acra.

Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2018 - PonytailLow & Wavy Pony

Romantic and youthfully chic, this ponytail gives the impression of demure purity. For an extra lovely touch, tie up your pony with a sweet ribbon, as we saw from Marchesa and Oscar de la Renta. One that is old, new, borrowed, or blue, perhaps?

Bridal Fashion Week 2018 - TiarasUnique Tiaras

Tiaras are jewelry for your hair, and Bridal Fashion Week did not disappoint in this area. Rime Arodaky, Naeem Khan, and Alon Livné all showcased stunning, otherworldly tiaras this year. If you want to look like a princess for your ceremony, consider a hair accessory like this to highlight your bridal look.

Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2018 - Half Up BraidA New Take On Half Up

Besides beautiful low ponytails, Marchesa also gave us this pretty style. Delicate and easy, this look frames the face with soft parallel Dutch braids which crown a classic half up. Very fairytale, very sweet: the ideal wedding hair to go with a romantic gown.

Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2018 - Sleek HairstyleSexy Sleek

Release your inner Kardashian with this long, silky style that never fails to emote the height of fashion. Not only sophisticated, this style also requires little maintenance and creates easy, no-fuss bridal hair. Presented beautifully by Sachin & Babi, this style also shows off statement earrings that were also spotted all over the runways this year.

Bridal Fashion Week - Vintage VeilsVintage-Inspired Veils

We’re completely smitten with this year’s entire collection from Lela Rose, but her vintage-inspired wedding veils stole the show. Echoing the unforgettable glamour of the 1940s and 1950s, these birdcage veils capture the grace and style that every bride should radiate.

Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2018 - Jenny PackhamMermaid Hair

Jenny Packham’s sensational collection was enhanced by her models keeping their hair loose-flowing and natural. While many brides may want impeccable hair on their wedding day, those with a more laid-back style might prefer free-spirited mermaid hair. It’s just as romantic, and has the advantage of being extremely low-key to manage.

Kelly Faetanini Bridal Fashion Week 2017Soft Up-Dos

Of course, the classic wedding style of hair swept away from the face will always be a bridal favorite. This year, instead of the same old dull styles that tend to bring the prom to mind, or the too-wet look of the past, we saw effortless-looking updos on the runway from Kelly Faetanini. Each style was bohemian-soft, yet extremely chic.


To check out these bridal looks in action and to see other Bridal Fashion Week trends for Spring 2018, check out the video below:

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