Wedding Guide Part Two: Bridal Beauty Trends You Can’t Ignore

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Fresh from the SS20 catwalks, we have sifted through all the wedding hairstyle and make-up ideas to bring you the best in bridal beauty trends

Minimalist beauty is always top of the trend agenda for brides, and opting for trends that enhance your look, rather than alter it, is always favourable. All you really want is to look the best version of yourself on your wedding day. 

While you might already know all the ways in which you can braid and tong your hair for that undone look, you might not know the products to dress you tresses with – diamonds, pearls et all. And while a flawless complexion can be achieved with the right products and make-up artist, there’s one mood-lifting, life-changing beauty trend you might not have considered for your wedding day, yet. 


Florals are big news in all areas. But the time for walking down the aisle laden with a large bouquet of beautiful fresh blooms has passed, now the biggest floral statements are being made in bridal hair pieces. Models were seen sporting everything from a symbolic side-corsage, to a full mantle of red roses, and beautifully wild and romantic compositions. We challenge you not to be charmed by this pretty trend.

Try Bliss Flower Boutique, they have a knack for interpreting your personal needs in to beautifully fresh floral instillations.


Instead of heavy countering and brows, opt for a fresh face enhanced with a rosy lip. A luminescent foundation and a dewy blush will set the perfect base for a natural look. Then you can add to it with a glossy tint on your lips. This season, designers opted into lipsticks with reds and corals proving their worth. It is a signifier of confidence. Nothing is more potent, aspirational and unabashedly feminine that a red lip – so why not let them be the gateway to your vows. What could be more powerful than voicing your virtues through a striking shade of Givenchy Le Rouge!? 

Speaking of… Givenchy have just launched a new accessories range specifically for their iconic Le Rouge  lipsticks. With reinterpreted cases and embroidered yokes – you can customise you lipstick to match your couture bridal look. 


Pearl hair bands, knotted headbands, jewel encrusted tiaras… a well-placed dazzling headpiece works in harmony with just about any hair style. Reem Acra topped white silk satin dresses with an Alice band of regal jewels, and at Blumarine ethereal dresses were topped off with sparkling headbands. Elsewhere knotted turbans, feathers, pearls and pins all made appearances. 

Here, we’ve rounded up our pick of the best…


  • Words by Elaine Lloyd-Jones
  • Images:, supplied