Top 5 Bridal Hairstyles for Destination Weddings

Destination wedding brides, take note. We went through photography from our real weddings to find out the most trendy (and well-kept) bridal hairstyles that held up the best in the infamous heat and humidity throughout Mexico and the Caribbean. According to Brides Live Wedding sponsor Neutrogena’s hairstylist Sam Leonardi, “It’s important to choose products that are high quality and transfer them into travel-size friendly containers.” Here are our top 5 favorite bridal hairstyles for destination weddings that will be all the fun, and none of the hassle.

A Curly Ballerina Bun

Think you will end up throwing your hair up by the end of your wedding day? The curly ballerina bun is the best bridal hairstyle for the low-maintenance bride, not wanting to worry about fixing bobby pins or curls throughout the day and night.

{ Photo captured by Defining 78 }

A Side Ponytail with a Tropical Flower

The side ponytail with a tropical flower screams destination wedding in all the right ways. Choose a tropical flower that’s special to the destination you are getting married for a special cultural flair.

{ Photo captured by Ocean Photo Studio }

A Classic French Twist

We love the simplicity of a classic french twist for our brides, primarily because you won’t have to spend a majority of the morning getting ready. It’s a quick up-do that won’t take up too much time, which would give you and your ‘maids time for something more fun and relaxing. Private yoga session at the fitness center, perhaps?

{ Photo captured by Bridal Photography by Paparazzi Photostudio }

Lightly Pulled Back

A pretty, pretty princess look that’s soft and feminine always gets us right in the heart strings. This bridal hairstyle can easily be transitioned throughout the night if you decide to put it up later on.

{ Photo captured by Cecilia Dumas Photography }

Easy But Chic Half Up, Half Down

Half up, half down bridal hairstyles are the most popular on the scene this year. Get the best of both worlds with most of your hair out of your way, but still enough to blow in the tropical breeze.

{ Photo captured by Savannah Loftus }

This post was written by Weddings by Funjet

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