Congratulations, you're engaged! This is a new and exciting time in your life, and you are at the beginning of a beautiful journey. And depending on whether your wedding day is in 10 months or 10 weeks, there are a few surefire developments you can expect, regardless of the length of your engagement. Here's what to expect before your wedding day.
No one can predict the future, of course, but it’s still fun to ponder what future styles and trends might continue into the coming year. Bridal hairstyles are no exception. If 2018 was the year of no muss, no fuss, then 2019 is going to continue that trend, but throw in crazy texture too. Women are tired of spending hours in the salon curling, ironing, pinning, and spraying their hair only to damage it further.
The end result might look pretty, but does it look real and authentic? Women today are all about keeping it real, and they want their look and style to truly reflect their personality and tastes, not be crimped and curled within an inch of their lives. Ain’t nobody got time for that, right gals?
So, here are the most popular bridal hairstyles for 2019 we see happening.
Planning a wedding can be stressful. So many things land on that to-do list and so many of themshouldbe fun. Yet, often they wind up a little less fun than expected,becauseladies… wedding planning can be so doggone stressful! Just keeping it real.
Even shopping for a wedding dress can be exciting, exhilarating, and anxiety-producing, all rolled into one. Getting your hair done!
Veils worn by brides were also often meant as a symbol of their purity. In ancient times, the veils were often wrapped around the bride from head to toe as a testimony of their maiden status. The veils during those times didn’t hide a woman’s face either, as more modern veil traditions did.
The tradition of exchanging wedding rings goes back in time to centuries long ago. The tradition can actually be traced all the way back to the ancient Egyptians where writings that are over several thousand years old show couples exchanging rings made from braided hemp or reeds.