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Ways to Wear Flowers in Your Bridal Hairstyle

Don't just carry flowers; wear them, too.

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Nothing screams bridal stress like wedding hair. Choosing the right hairstyle for your walk down the aisle could possibly be the single most obsessive part of your wedding, next to finding your dress, the cake, choosing bridesmaids and the menu. You've probably pored through more magazine pages and Web sites than you care to admit to find a perfect style that matches everything about you and your wedding. It's a hairstyle you'll never wear again, something that speaks about who you are mixed with the wedding day glamour reserved for you and your spouse.

Adding flowers to a wedding hairdo has been a popular choice among brides ever since Queen Victoria sported a wreath of orange blossoms in her hair when she married Prince Albert in 1840. Flowers are feminine, expressive, and bring color and depth to a bride beyond the bouquet and wedding dress. When thinking about wearing flowers in your hair, there are many things to consider. Are you an up-do kind of bride or do you want a flowing, natural look? Flowers can be incorporated into virtually every bridal look. Using flowers that can stand up to your hair as well as time and the weather will offer an effortless yet elegant air. Before you tiptoe through the wedding tulips, here are 10 ways you can successfully fit a bloom or two into your 'do.

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