Bridal Hair Guide | 3 Must to a perfect wedding day hairdo

bridal hair guide

I have so many ideas about what to write for engaged couples, for brides to be. Ladies, I truly believe you will appreciate the directions you’ll receive from this Bridal Hair Guide.  


Introducing Melissa Scott From Melissa Scott & Co.

My dear friend Melissa Scott, the owner of Melissa Scott and Co. located in Stoneham, MA is a fabulous experienced hair stylist specializes in bridal hair. She gave me some insides about how to make your hairdo long all day on your wedding day!  Here I present you the Bridal Hair Guide.


Wedding planning process is long and exhausting mostly. So many details and wedding vendors that you need to make decisions on. One of the most important planning process is determine your bridal look. With no doubt, you want to WOW everyone and look amazing on your wedding day. The whole bridal beauty topic would cover too many aspect of it.


But today we are going to talk about your bridal hair style, one of my favorite subject! I went through a phase that I Youtubed and learned how to do updos. Not because I needed it. Believe me, I’m a very low maintenance kind of woman. Pony tail is my all time favorite. LOL… But just because I found it’s intriguing and creative.


As newly engaged bride to be, you probably already have so many bridal hair style photos saved on your Pinterest board. Maybe get overwhelmed by now? I totally get you. Too many option, many choices and you love them all! Then you started to lose your focus unawarely and forgot what you were looking for.


Trust me. Stop collecting ideas aimlessly. It will waste your time and energy. Instead, with the right process, you will save your time and spare on something else, like maybe have a date night with your fiancé and get your mind off all the hectic tasks that you need to tackle. You will need that. I hope this bridal hair guide will help you finding your perfect bridal hair style for you big day!


As planning for your wedding day, you need to be laser focused on exactly what you desire. But how do you decide what you want?


#1 Must to Bridal Hair Guide – Have a Clear Vision for Your Wedding Day


bridal hair guide


First, you got engaged (Woohoo!) and then you booked your date with venue. There are so many type of venues with different atmosphere. Your venue could be a ballroom in Boston, a tent wedding at a country club or a rustic barn venue in New Hampshire. This is the time to determine your whole wedding vibe. Do you go for a modern chic wedding, or classic and glamorous wedding or a boho wedding? After you make your decision from here, you will have a clear vision for your wedding style and planning, including wedding colors, reception decor, florals and your bridal look.


#2 Must – Book Hair Trial ASAP

Here are some suggestions from one of the top bridal hair stylist in Boston area, Melissa Scott, the owner of Melissa Scott Co. located in Stoneham, MA.

“Most experienced bridal hairstylists book out six months to a year and a half in advance. ( especially for popular wedding dates) So don’t wait to reserve the date for your trial. After reserving your date, I would recommend scheduling a trial closer to your wedding date once all decisions of colors decor and style have been made.  Having your wedding dress selected gives you a direction to move into for your hairstyle and what your vision is for your day of. Arrive for your hair trial with smooth clean dry hair. Stay away from flat irons and oil’s just for this appointment.  Also bring inspiration photos so the stylist has some directions from you.”


#3 Must – Open to Suggestions 

Most importantly, BE OPEN!!! If Your hair does not hold a curl well, then do not choose a style that reflects that. As a professional, I will use my knowledge with selecting the right products and technique to get your hair to hold. But if your hair does not cooperate, you need to be open to alternative styles and recommendations.


Lastly, if you’re working with a professional hair stylist, make sure you have a contract in place. This is standard in the bridal industry for any vendor and for your protection as well.