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- Sofia Svensk wears soft curls and a flower crown at her City Hall wedding; photo by Kim Lucian Photography
- "The trend for this season is definitely soft and effortless beauty. Your style doesn't have to be the "typical wedding up do." There are no rules when it comes to your hair on the big day. I try to guide my brides to live outside the box a little and I l
- "I believe that modern brides want to feel more like themselves rather than the traditional, over-sprayed, and curled-up styles of the past. For this season, I love soft waves around the face that fall gently from a loose bun or a deconstructed twist. A b
- "I love a voluminous, chic, soft ponytail! It's fresh, youthful and sexy — all at the same time. It also doesn't look overdone and cheesy." Corinna Hernandez at Edo Salon
- "I think modern wedding hair should be soft and natural but still elegant. Simple is key. You don't want your hair to overshadow you. I love adding flowers or combs to accent the style in place of a veil — they complete the look without appearing to be ov
Gone are the days of tight, headache-inducing up-dos for the big day. The modern bride is encouraged to choose a hairstyle that reflects her individuality and best enhances the wedding's overall style. Everything's fair game: curls, braids, ponytails, and flower crowns. But if you're looking for a little more guidance and inspiration, we've tapped four local stylists to tell us their favorite looks in their current wedding arsenals.
· Three Weddings, Three Styles Yesterday at City Hall [Racked SF]
· All Weddings Week 2014 posts [Racked SF]