Simple Wedding Hairstyles For Pinay Brides

Want to look elegant without being over-the-top on your big day? These simple wedding hairstyles are the answer.

No one can downplay the significance of a wedding. Even a simple wedding is certainly memorable if it’s full of love and meaning. In fact, minimal can be more elegant and classy. If you’re a bride who prefers low key wedding elements over grand ones, channel this minimalism to your look as well. Here are simple wedding hairstyles you might want to consider. Let your groom see your natural beauty as you walk down the aisle.

9 Simple Wedding Hairstyles

1. Long, big curls

Simple wedding hairstyles: Bride with long curly hair
Be proud of your kulot hair by showing it off in a long, curly down do. Credits: Shutterstock

Are you a kulot bride? Show off your beautiful curls on your big day. Keep your hair down and define your curls with hair mousse. You can wear this ‘do from the  ceremony to the reception—no need to change looks!

2. Beach waves

Simple wedding hairstyles: Woman with long hair in beach waves
Gorgeous beach waves can be your ‘do for both the ceremony and reception. Credits: Shutterstock

Waves and curls add volume to long hair wedding styles, so consider them if you have thin hair. Beach waves are perfect for garden and beach weddings. If you want to rock the boho-chic look on your big day, you can style your hair this way, too. Don’t forget to spritz sea salt spray to help hold your waves and make them last.

3. Sleek low bun

Simple wedding hairstyles: Woman with hair in a low bun
Got blunt bangs? Leave your fringe alone, but put your hair in a low bun so your face won’t be concealed. Credits: Shutterstock

If you have long or medium-length hair, you can go for a low bun. It’s elegant yet it doesn’t look too formal or stiff. You can even loosen a few strands of hair around your face to make your ‘do more chic and modern.

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4. Blowout waves

Simple wedding hairstyles: Woman with wavy long bob
Play with your hair’s volume and texture by creating blowout waves. Credits: Shutterstock

Go for blowout waves if you have short or medium-length hair. This simple bridal hairstyle looks elegant and timeless, and it also makes for a great second look. You can put your hair in a low bun for the ceremony, then sport blowout waves at the reception.

5. Ballerina bun

Simple wedding hairstyles: Bride with a ballerina bun
Flaunt your beauty by putting your hair in an elegant ballerina bun. Credits: Shutterstock

This simple and elegant updo suits both minimalist and grand weddings. If you have a tube style or an off-shoulder wedding dress, put your long hair in a ballerina bun to show off your décolletage. Worried that your ballerina bun might get loose while you’re saying your vows? Use a hair donut. Then, spritz hairspray on the bun to help make it last for hours.

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6. Side-swept Dutch braid

Asian woman with long hair wearing an off-shoulder top
Jazz up your down ‘do by creating a small Dutch braid to go with it. Credit: Natasha Estelle

If you love braids, there’s no reason for you not to wear one on your wedding day. The side-swept Dutch braid is a romantic hairstyle that makes for a soft bridal look whether at the ceremony or the reception.

7. Curly side ponytail

Asian woman wearing a white dress with long hair in a curly side ponytail
You don’t need to spend hours creating this wedding hairstyle. Credit: Hariono Halim

Going the DIY route? Put your long hair in a curly side ponytail. It is one of the easiest wedding hairstyles for long hair. Just tie your hair in a side ponytail, curl your hair using a curling iron, and spritz hairspray to help make your hairstyle last. The result is an elegant, romantic hairstyle that’s perfect for a minimalist wedding.

8. Lazy bun

Asian woman wearing a dark blue dress with hair in a bun
A few loose strands add to the charm of the lazy bun hairstyle. Credit: Hariono Halim

Wear the lazy bun if you want an updo that doesn’t look too formal and stiff. Just seal the look with a few spritzes of hairspray, and you’re ready to walk down the aisle. You can also wear this ‘do if you’re a bridesmaid.

9. Bun with accessories

Asian woman with a bun hairstyle wearing dangling earrings and a white dress
Add some personality to your bun by accessorizing it. Credit: Natasha Estelle

Jazz up your ballerina bun by finishing it with a pearl hair tie. It upgrades your look and makes your bun a bit more sophisticated.

Which among these simple wedding hairstyles is your favorite? No matter what you pick, we’re sure you will look as beautiful as a bride should be on her wedding day.

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