Bridal hairstyles have come a long way over the years and there are just so many options now that it can often get confusing which one to go for. I decided to make life easier for my dear readers by showing some of the best options out there that are absolutely fab and totally insta worthy!

I have noticed that Indian make up artists tend to go slightly heavy on the hairspray and the styling, so if you’re one for the simpler looks then you might need to set expectations straight right from the start.

It is important to select a hairstyle that you are comfortable – this is the starting point. No matter how good a style looks, if you’re not comfortable and feeling good wearing it, then don’t do it. It’ll be on your mind through the day and won’t let you enjoy your big day as much as you should. A balance between what looks nice and what is most comfortable for you is the best tip i would give – a tough rope to walk, but give it some thought and it’ll be totally worth the time.

Another tip is to try to get the hair done up in the same style that you select for the big day in advance, so you can get a feel for how it would suit your face. This should be done well in advance so that you have enough time to change the style as required and discuss it with your stylist. Not important to have the same stylist as your wedding day, and even someone else who can merely create that look for you should be sufficient.

Lets get started with the inspiration!

Side Sweep Curls

Braided Bun with Gajra Flowers

Gajra Braid

Centre Parted Curls

Floral Updo

Simple Bun with Flowers

Simple Bun

Dramatic Side Curls

Centre Parted Bun

Centre Parted Curls

Side Bun with Flowers

Centre Parted Curled up Sides

Traditional Centre Parted Curls

Bun with Flowers

Flower Bouquet Bun

Dramatic Floral Bun

Traditional  Braids with Gajra Flowers

Criss cross Bun

Elegant Bun with Rose

Floral Braid

Jewel Detailed Traditional Braid

Dutch Braids Bun

Fish Tale Braid

Braid with Jewels

Elegant Gajra Detail Bun

I have gathered the styles I like the best, and the photos are sourced from various places online and I do not claim to have the copyright for the photos. If you like a specific style or have tried it in the past and hated it, leave a comment – I would love to hear from you!

Need more inspiration? Check out one of our older posts about Indian bridal hairstyles

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