Just like their dresses, I let each girl choose her own hairstyle, and true to form, all of my bridesmaids had completely different hair. Sister Goodlaff went with a '60's-inspired French Twist, with a few fun curls for a pop, which suited her dress perfectly.
After Sister Goodlaff, it was Bridesmaid Cosmo's turn in the chair. She wanted her hair up, but was unsure if her shoulder length hair would allow for an updo.
As you can see, her hair cooperated, and Cosmo ended up with fantastic hair.
For Sunrise, the choice was a low, side-oriented chignon, which was classy and understated:
TCollins decided she'd like to have her hair down, and ended up with curls, curls, curls.
Even Mama Goodlaff got in on the action, and she had her hair done in a half-updo.
Lindsay from Styles did such a fantastic job on everyone's hair, and what's more: she was so much fun to have around. She came to us, with all her tools in hand, and helped us all get beautiful, and I was incredibly glad that we didn't have to go to a salon that morning to prepare for the wedding. I loved how all of my bridesmaids chose different hairstyles that really fit who they are and the dresses that they chose, and they all looked incredibly gorgeous!
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All photos by Niki Ross Photography unless otherwise noted.