All along I've been saying that I'm going to wear my hair down on our wedding day. Then I'm reminded I have more hair than a mountain lion! Most people are suggesting that I wear my hair up somehow. Of course being that we're getting married on the last day of JU-LY, it will be a thousand degrees and an up-do will probably last a bit longer. But I'm deathly afraid of up-dos. I have nightmares of the hair dressers turning the chair around to present to me my wedding day do and seeing this...
Here are two of the non-structured up and down hair ideas that I will be taking with me to my trial on Saturday afternoon. Still not 100% on either one of them. As I've told you numerous times, I have a hard time seeing myself as a bride so this is a tough one for me. Please send any suggestions or ideas my way. I need all the help I can get! I don't want to look like I'm going to prom. I want to look like MYSELF... with a tad of bride mixed in! That's not too much to ask, right?
This is another last minute project I'm working on now! Something to do in my hair for the reception. I do not want a flower, bird or any other random object sitting on my head. Bustling my veil is no longer than option. It's far too long. The bustle of my dress is far too big and if I bustle both, I'll look flat out ridiculous! Ridiculous with an E to be exact. (A joke thanks to JH's Blackberry which spells ridiculous - R*e*diculous.) This head piece is a little big for me but what do you think about something like this... ?? Isn't she darling though?
Side note: I need a tan too. In the worst way.
So any ideas? Suggestions? Did you wear your hair up or down? Did you take pictures with you to your hair dressers? Did you have more than one trial? Ahhh... minor freak out. What if it turns out terrible?
I can do place settings, invitations, chairs, guest lists, budgets but start talking about make up and hair and the red splotches start popping up on my chest. I'm a mess when it comes to this stuff, please help!
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