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11 Chic Wedding Hair Updos for Elegant Brides 2020

Wedding updos have been the top hairstyle picks among brides of all ages worldwide. This phenomenon is easy to explain: updos are not only practical, but they do complete a delicate bridal look better than any other hairstyle type. An updo and a floor-length bridal gown are a traditional duo that brings out the grace and delicacy of the bride’s silhouette and image in whole.

Wedding Updos for Long and Medium Hair

Having looked through our review of the most elegant bridal updos, you will easily make up your mind about the hairstyle you want to wear on your wedding day. We’ll show you the examples of the best updos 2020 for long and medium hair. Dear brides-to-be, please, enjoy our gallery and get inspired!

Wonderful Wild Waves
When thinking about your wedding look, you must take into account how everything will look together. Strapless dresses or detailed necklines pair best with loose curly updos and drop earrings. If you want something a little more glamorous, try a smoky eye makeup.

Pretty in Pearls
Pearls are a pretty addition to bridal hairstyles because they add shine and texture without overwhelming the look. Plus, the color will match well with your white gown. Whether you want loose and flowy hair or a sleek and chic updo, the milky gem will work with all looks and all hair colors, too.

Gorgeous Blonde
For short hair, it can be hard to achieve polished updos for wedding without adding extensions. But, it really comes down to expectations. You may not have a huge bun or long ponytail, but you can have a sweet and chic style that will suit you perfectly. Just don’t overwhelm it with extra accessories.

Dressed-Down Drama
Bridal hair doesn’t have to be overdone and super polished. If your fashion sense tends to lean more towards bohemian and free-spirited styles, it’s best to stick to your tried and true preferences on your special day.

Sweet Beehive
In contrast to the previous hairdo, this slick updo is more appropriate for elegant brides who are hosting a lavish black tie ceremony and reception. Balance out such a sleek and voluminous look with a few wispy face-framing pieces.

Woven Updo with Tendrils
Check out how thick her hair looks in this style. The different pieces weaving gracefully in and out of the mass of hair give it a striking look. If you have finer tresses, your stylist will amend this by gently teasing them before finishing the updo.

Wavy Low Bun with Hair Accessory
Wedding updos are often thought of as very sleek and tight hairstyles. However, bridal hair is even lovelier when it has a loose finish. The pearl barrette looks like the only thing that stops these waves from tumbling down. It’s a very romantic touch.

Wedding Low Bun
The large looped bun looks sophisticated and effortless at the same time. The imperfect side twists pair well with the messy loops of the bun. They promise an extra voluminous updo even if your hair is of medium density.

Embellished Caramel Blonde Chignon
Don’t limit yourself to having your wedding veil as your only hair accessory, especially when there are so many striking options to choose from. If you find a clip you love and it can complement the style you’ve chosen, don’t hesitate to test it.

Soft Wedding Updo with Headband
Elegant updos are often simple and lovely, but with a suitable embellishment they may turn into something unexpectedly gorgeous! The cute headband works s beautifully with her chic wedding hair. And it seems like it could be a DIY piece.

White Blonde Twisted Hairdo
Large or small, twists add the right amount of fanciness to an updo. You can blend twists with a low bun and add a decorative string or a chain for visual interest and diversity in texture of your hairstyle. It can be contrasting or of the same color as your hair for a delicate, tender look.


The 15 Most Popular Wedding Flowers In 2020

What would a wedding be without fresh flowers? Wedding flowers are one of the most stand out elements to your special day, providing elegance, fragrance or even a fun pop of color. Luckily, there are many variations and types of flowers to choose from.

Even if you have a favorite flower in mind–your budget, color palette and style come into play when choosing the right flowers for your big day. Reduce the stress on your wedding day by choosing a common wedding flower that pairs with your wedding season and wedding theme. You will have a cheaper and easier time picking a flower that’s in season.

Narrow down your decision with our list of the 15 most popular wedding flowers. Ranging from the timeless rose to the modern calla lily, these classics never go out of style. Carry your flower choice throughout the wedding by adding flowery details to your save the dates and thank you cards.

Ranunculus
Ideal for the spring, summer or fall wedding, the budget-friendly and cheerful ranunculus varies in color and size. Whether you go for a pop of pink, a sunset orange or deep red the ranunculus has closely formed petals and make a striking display. Ranunculus look stunning paired with anything, from roses to succulents, so you have a range of options from rustic to elegant.


Peony
Perfect for a spring or summer wedding, the lush and fragrant peony provides a romantic look. With big delicate blossoming petals, peonies work great paired in a bouquet with other cream colored flowers and eucalyptus. Peonies are traditionally pink, white or red, but you can also find them in shades of coral, mahogany and yellow.


Rose
You can never go wrong with the classic red rose for your wedding, a symbol of love and purity. Although roses may be traditional, there are many ways to assemble a bouquet that is unique to you! There are over a hundred different types of roses, with varying colors and sizes, available year-round making this flower ideal for any bride, wedding season or theme.


Hydrangea
Because of the hydrangea’s voluminous, full blooms you can use one or two sparingly as part of your bouquet, or turn just a few into a centerpiece. Their shape resembles a beating heart, so they symbolize perseverance and emotion. The hydrangea exudes femininity and elegance in pale pink or white.


Gardenia
Native to Southern Asia and Japan, gardenias represents elegance and grace. These flowers are perfect for the Southern charm theme or summer wedding. Gardenias have no stem, so one looks beautiful floating in a bowl of water with candles, pinned to your hair or even on the reception dinner table for a touch of elegance.


Calla Lily
Sleek and modern looking, the calla lily’s trumpet blossom and long stem would make a bold statement on your special day. Place a few in a tall vase for a dramatic centerpiece. The creamy ivory pairs well in a summer garden wedding, while the dark purple would work great for an art deco or modern affair. The calla lily also ranges to colors like yellow, orange and pink.


Daisy
One of the most recognized flowers, the daisy, is in season year around. The gerbera is a perfect choice to brighten up the mood and bring a cheerful feel to any reception. White and yellow are a common color palette to use with daisies, but they work well with just about anything.


Baby’s Breath
A symbol of pureness and innocence, baby’s breath is an inexpensive option to include in your floral arrangements and decor. For a subtle, aromatic addition, you can include it in a bridal flower crown, as a low key boutonniere for the groomsmen or to adorn your decor. The versatility makes baby’s breath a popular choice in weddings.


Succulent
Available year-round, the trendy succulent has taken over, popping up in all forms. Embellish your bouquet, backdrop or centerpieces by including succulents of any style or shade. They make a stunning finishing touch. Succulents are heat-resistant, easy to maintain and durable so they work great for anything from an elegant affair to a rustic outdoor wedding.


10 of the Most Beautiful Bridal Bouquets

Find inspiration in these 10 beautiful bridal bouquets.
Whether working with a floral designer or arranging the flowers yourself, beautiful bridal bouquets are a wonderful representation of the romance, beauty, and joy of a bride's wedding day.

The choices of arrangements, material, flowers, and greenery are abundant. Narrowing down the perfect bouquet for you may feel a bit overwhelming. But, we hope our top ten beautiful arrangements here will help you choose the perfect bridal bouquet for you.


Cascading Bouquet
A cascade bouquet is one of the most traditional styles accompanying a bride down the aisle. Although this arrangement style has been around for a very long time, it experienced the height of fame as a bridal bouquet when it was used in the wedding of Princess Diana.

Any type of flower, though larger size ones are a popular choice, form the bulk of the bouquet. Those flowers are framed by foliage and smaller flowers that seem to trail, or drip down the bottom of the bouquet, creating a cascading effect.

For a contemporary twist on this style of bouquet, consider using non-traditional materials such as cotton blooms, sweet peas, dusty miller, or seeded eucalyptus leaves.


Presentation Bouquet
A presentation bouquet brings the focus in on the arrangement rather than the shape. It can be quite a stunning accessory while walking down the aisle. Because a beautiful bridal bouquet arranged in a presentation style can be incredibly unique and intricate, many brides choose this style to compliment a simpler, minimally designed bridal gown.

Presentation bouquets come in a variety of shapes and sizes, featuring a lot of different kinds of flowers and foliage—such as hypericum berries, sage, and jasmine vines—within the bouquet itself. Presentation bouquets can be as unique as the bride herself and used as a tool of unique expression on her wedding day. The presentation bouquet is a favorite among many contemporary floral designers.


Round Bouquet
Although not as prevalent as other bouquet options, round bouquets are stunning in their simplicity and modernity, definitely qualifying as one of the wedding trends for 2018. These perfectly shaped spheres of flowers typically feature small to medium bloom size, often consisting completely of one flower variety such as tea roses. Monochromatic themes are most popular using just one color palette, but they can be just as stunning when made from flowers in a variety of bridal colors.

When considering what kind of flowers to arrange in your round bouquet, make sure they are the kind that can stand up to a lot of manipulation and handling. A perfectly round bouquet takes time to construct, and a sturdy flower will hold up much better than some of the more delicate ones that are better suited for a free-form arrangement.


Pretty Peonies Bouquet
While it can be a delicate flower, peonies are a stunningly romantic way to celebrate a wedding. Choosing peonies brings focus in on the femininity and beauty of the bride on her wedding day. They can be arranged together in a gorgeous peony-only statement bouquet, or with other accent flowers as part of an ensemble of flower color and texture.

If you live in an area where peonies are in season around the time of your wedding, you'll have no problem finding these beautiful blooms at their peak. They're a perfect choice for outdoor garden or vineyard affairs.



Here Are 10 of the Most Popular Wedding Flowers Ever

Having trouble choosing your blooms with so many options? Start with these tried-and-true favorites.
Picture yourself walking through a glorious garden with every flower at its peak. Which flowers would you go with for your wedding: something classic or trendy? Colorful or neutral? Large or minimal? If you're answer is something along the lines of, "I don't even know where to start," we'll help you narrow down your flower options before you meet with your florist. Begin with the basics, aka the top 10 most beautiful, timeless and popular wedding flowers.


Roses
Long considered a symbol of beauty and love, roses figure into many myths and fairy tales. Romantic writers and poets have used the flower as a metaphor for emotion, beauty, passion and true love. An all-star in the world of weddings, the rose is far from boring, particularly when it comes to color—roses are available in solid hues and bicolor varieties—there are even striped and tipped roses as well. More than 3,000 varieties of roses are grown commercially, and many are available year-round and are surprisingly affordable. And though roses are associated with luxurious fragrance, not every rose is scented. Three main types of roses are most popular for wedding flowers: hybrid tea roses (the classic, uniformly shaped commercial roses generally seen at your local florist), spray roses (a rose with five to ten small heads on each stem and a "natural, garden-grown" look) and garden roses (expensive, old-fashioned varieties with bushy, open heads and delicious scents).


Tulips
Although tulips are most often associated with the Netherlands, this flower is actually a native of Persia. Representing "consuming love" and "happy years," the tulip can be a meaningful wedding choice. This flower is grown in a wide range of hues, including white and cream, pastels (pink, yellow and peach) and vibrant shades (magenta, red, orange and purple). Available during much of the year, the most common tulips are very affordable, though rare varieties can be expensive. The versatile tulip can enhance both elegant wedding settings and more casual venues, and work well in almost any detail at a wedding—from bouquets and boutonnieres to table arrangements. Three main varieties are commonly used: Dutch tulips (typically seen at neighborhood florist shops and in gardens), French tulips (expensive and elegant, with extra-long stems and large tapered blooms) and parrot tulips (noted for their ruffled, striped petals in intense colors).


Calla Lilies
Also known as the arum lily, this elegant, trumpet-shaped blossom originated in Africa and symbolizes "magnificent beauty" in the language of flowers. The calla lily's distinctive form has been depicted in art nouveau and art deco works, in addition to 20th-century photography. Two types are commonly available: a large-headed variety with a long, smooth stem suitable for tall arrangements or presentation-style bouquets, and a miniature version ideal for small arrangments and boutonnieres. Creamy ivory is the most popular color, but calla lilies also come in yellow, orange, mauve pink and dark purple (a stunning choice for a slightly edgier or cold-weather wedding bouquet).



A Glossary of Wedding Flowers by Color

Use this guide to choose the best blooms for your wedding color palette
Have you ever wondered if hydrangeas come in pink? (They do!) Are you curious as to whether or not you can find orchids year round? (You can!) Compiling your dream wedding bouquet is part inspiration, part knowledge, and we've got them both covered in this comprehensive guide to wedding flowers by color.


Pale Violet to Electric Blue Flowers:
For your "something blue," look to the blue-hued blooms here.


Delphinium
This flower is often used in large ceremony arrangements. It also comes in white, mauve, peach, and other blue shades.

Hydrangea
You need just a handful of these big, preppy blooms to create an abundant centerpiece. It also comes in white, green, blue, and assorted pinks.


Blue Thistle
Despite its name, it's not prickly and makes an excellent boutonniere flower.


Tweedia
Besides hydrangea, tweedia is the only flower that comes in this shade of sky blue. It also comes in white.


Muscari
An all-muscari bouquet is chic and ladylike. It also comes in purple and white.


Wonderful Unknown Wedding Flowers for Hand Bouquets

Mawar, Melati, Tulip are the names of beautiful flowers that we often hear and are a favorite choice to be used as a wedding bouquet. But did you know that there are several other types of flowers whose names you may not have heard of but are no less beautiful than those famous flowers?


Blushing Bride Protea
In addition to the type of pinchusion, there is another type of protea flower that is very beautiful and charming which, as the name implies, blushing bride protea, is very fitting to be in the grasp of a bride. The flower in the form of a bud and comes in white, ivory and blush has started to become a favorite of many bridal couples and created in a variety of wedding bouquets.


Pinchusion Protea
This South African flower has a unique form of fireworks! Combine four pinchusion protea flowers and you'll get a unique and exciting bouquet!


Gloriosa Lily
Or also known by its Indonesian name as Kembang Sungsang. This plant is common in the archipelago and is considered an exotic plant. Having a bright pink color and a unique shape, making breech flower can be one of the options to decorate your flower bouquet.


Muscari
Beautiful flowers that come in blue or purple are very similar in shape to grapes. No wonder he has another name for grape hyacinth. Tuck in a few muscari flowers to make your wedding bouquet sweet and charming.


Torch Ginger
This tropical flower in Indonesia known as Kecombrang has a bright color and is perfect for those of you who will be holding a wedding on the beach.


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