The forecast for fall bridal hair plays up non-traditional hairstyles, drawing inspiration from Hollywood's red carpet and the fashion runway. This season's hair trends are more sculptured and complex, but don't fret romantic up-dos: Cascading curls and soft pin-ups are still popular. Many brides are also falling in love with hair accessories, such as tiaras, fresh flowers and even pearl droplets.
Walking down the aisle will be one of your most important days, so be sure to take time beforehand to find the right hair style for you.
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Will Sterling of Sterling Photography (731 S. Pear Orchard Road, Suite 36, Ridgeland, 601-982-3032, http://www.sterlingpics.net)
Phyllis "Peaches" Robinson, assisted by Mitchell Davis
Jennifer Cole, New Beginnings Bridal and Formalwear, (406 W. Pascagoula St., 769-233-8708, http://www.newbeginningsbridalshop.com)
Flowers: Nomey Wedding & Party (5452 N. State St., 601-366-6699, http://www.nomey.com)
Tab, High Maintenance Salon (5054 N. State St., 769-233-7497)
Johnny Jermaine Jenkins, JStruktuur (601-497-2924, http://www.jstruktuurbeautynow.com
Crystal Williams, Crysstles Hair Palace, (601-622-9785, Ms [e-mail missing])
Nastasjia Davis, Couture Courtier Artistry (601-421-9526, [e-mail missing])
Cassie Rapp, Nastasjia Davis, Macala Boxx, Ann Nguyen, Sylvia McGowan and Don Nguyen