That’s right, award-winning headpiece designer, Rosie Willett is giving Belle Bridal readers 20% off her full range including her gorgeous new Blossoms Collection. To celebrate, Rosie shares with us her top three wedding hair trends for 2017 that’ll ensure you look camera-ready on your big day.
“Who doesn’t love a boho-inspired wedding? The opportunity to wear a crown (albeit one made out of flowers) is irresistible — and of course mega-stylish! This year, choose a floral hair vine decorated with pearls and crystals that you can shape into a hair garland. A boho bride needs soft waves, but this year it’s all about a more polished look. Keep your waves sleek and don’t be afraid to up the volume to make your hair bounce.”
Braid It Up
“If you’ve decided on an up-do for your big day, it should definitely include a braid or two. Braid detailing is a great choice for a number of reasons. Not only are braids effortlessly stylish, they can add a healthy dose of drama to your look and keep your hair in place, maintaining bridal perfection from day to night. Worrying that braids may be too simple for your big day? Add an extra dash of glamour with a tiara or headband. A hair vine could even be entwined into the braids, adding subtle sparkle to your up-do.”
“As seen in 2017 bridal runway collections, simple hairstyles are set to be popular choices this year. From simple twists to loose buns and flowing styles decorated with simple hair accessories such as wedding hair combs, your hairstyle is taking a backseat this season — great news for brides with heavily embroidered or embellished wedding dresses. Keep it simple and let your gown do the talking.”
Rosie might have picked just three of 2017’s trends, but there are thousands of hairstyle possibilities within each one. She’s whittled down the trends for you; now it’s over to you to choose your dream bridal hairstyle.
Use discount code (BELLE20) – to receive 20% off, To be used online, across all ranges including her new Blossoms Collection – valid until 30th April 2017.
Images by Georgia Claire