Wedding hairstyles for short hair with leaves and flowers
Add some volume to your hair while maintaining a natural, garden-fresh vibe. Swept-back locks meet a low braided bun. Twine in sprigs of white leaves and conical flowers for an enchanting autumn or winter wedding look. This woodland-wonderful hairdo proves that you don’t need long locks to achieve a whimsical wedding style.
A short style is also a better canvas for hair accessories. If you like your ‘do sleek and simple, you don’t have to do too much to make it wedding-worthy. Dress it up with a bejeweled barrette, gold halo, flower crown, or whatever suits your wedding theme. It may seem as though every bride magazine and blog caters to long locks. But when you look outside the box, you’re sure to find a short wedding hairstyle idea that inspires you. Look at Princess Diana, Josephine Baker, and Audrey Hepburn for iconic examples of short-haired brides. More recently, Victoria Beckham and Anne Hathaway both flaunted bold pixie cuts at their weddings.