For the bride-to-be, here are some tips that you need to follow for your wedding hairstyle:

1. Plan ahead – If you have your hair colored, permed, or treated, have it done at least one month before your wedding date. The extra time will soften your style a bit, so it looks more natural. Also, should disaster strike, you’ll have time to fix it. Source: The Knot

2. Enhance your unique beauty – When you’re finding pictures to show your stylist, try to find ones that don’t stray too far from your own look and style. If you are the kind of girl who loves having her hair down and flowing, maybe you don’t want to go for a sleek up-do—and vice versa. I think it’s best to go with the look you normally go for when you dress up for an occasion, and then glam it up a notch for your wedding day. Source: Once Upon A Bride

3. Make it suit with your dress – Of course, the style of the dress you’ve chosen is going to play a big part in the type of hairstyle you choose. Think about your neckline, whether you’re wearing sleeves and the length of the dress. If you’re wearing something with a high neckline your hair will look better in an updo. For a boho style wedding day you might want to wear your locks long and flowing free. Something vintage might be better with a ‘messy’ updo or a period hairstyle, or how about a Great Gatsby-style bob?

A lot of brides decide to grow their hair long for their wedding day so that they can have an updo, but if you really suit short hair best then it’s not necessary. Anne Hathaway had to cut off her long hair for her role in Les Miserables and she’s brought the pixie crop right back on trend. You can dress your hair up with a flower crown or a birdcage veil can look fabulous with a shorter style.

If you’re wearing a very traditional and formal wedding dress, maybe something with sleeves, then a classic chignon or French pleat will suit your look to perfection. If you want to add a detail use a sparkly haircomb or accessory. Source: Wedding Ideas Mag