It’s Friday- line up for the weekend to begin! We look at more France-inspired loveliness with French bridal hairstyles below but first, our roundup of the week begins with some lovely French wedding traditions on Monday. Then on Tuesday we had a beautiful and intimate wedding in Paris (with a glamourous bride!). We looked at sophisticated French style with Audrey Tatou in our Wednesday Wishlist, and yesterday we saw three gorgeous venues in France to get married in.
So this Friday the weddings we love from around the web are:
✈ A Georgia wedding with a vintage feel- The dress! The dress! Claire Pettibone of course.
✈ Yorkshire wedding in a teepee – The groom and groomsmen in military dress and pretty fur bride and bridesmaid wraps. And Scrabble place settings- what an inspired idea!
✈ A sunny Florida wedding – Lots of yellow, croquet, sunshine and a happy feeling all round.
✈ A small wedding in an Italian convent – Ooooh, the bride’s shoes! Keep scrolling down, there’s one where she’s holding up her dress so you can see them on!
✈ An outdoor wedding in California - Check out the groom’s suit.. And the vintage furniture they had around the dance floor. So elegant.
Friday Fashion ✈ French Bridal Hairstyles
French plaits, French twists and versions of these hairstyles are always in fashion and in keeping with our theme this week we have prepared a few images for your inspiration. Below are two classic French twists, a simple yet sophisticated stye that will stay put all day, and also a version of the french plait called the ‘conch shell plait’ which is intricate and lovely.
You can also incorporate French plaits or twists into a down-style. A bit more relaxed, this method will help to keep hair in place and a bit more tidy than simply having it down. Gives a lovely crown or halo effect too!
For those who want an up-style but want something a little less restrictive than the French twist, the loose French plait (or an upside down one like below) or French-style multiple buns would work well. I just love this antique Art Nouveau hairpin- would be a lovely addition to any hairdo.
Finally, why not try something more complicated- Marie Antoinette style!
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