Some easy hairstyles to wear to a wedding are a waterfall braid, a retro bouffant, a headband bun and a half-up, half-down hairstyle inspired by Kate Middleton. These styles are quick to create and hold well throughout all of the day's wedding festivities.
A waterfall braid creates a cascading effect and works well with straight and curly hair types. A retro bouffant is a romantic updo that is formed by rolling a simple ponytail, teasing the ends, and twisting the hair into a low chignon with bobby pins.
The low-braided headband bun works best on second-day hair and is created by using a Dutch braiding technique similar to an upside-down French braid. The hairstyle is created by pulling all the hair into a low ponytail at the nape of the neck and wrapping the pieces back into the band to create a chic bun. A light misting of hair spray easily holds down any flyaway strands.
Kate Middleton's half-up, half-down style is best for mostly straight hair with a slight curl at the bottom. The look is created by forming a small bouffant at the crown of the head and securing it with bobby pins. To hide thin spots, fluff the loose ends and secure with more bobby pins.