Top knots are a chic choice for spring brides who want a sleek style without a formal updo. Whether it's sophisticated or haphazardly thrown in a bundle on the top of your head.
Messy Top Knot: There is something so effortless about gathering your long locks in a bunch. Tie it up with a thin elastic and use hairspray to tame any flyaways that might escape.
Stunning Scarf: A decorative scarf is a great accessory for a springtime bun. Choose one that you love and you will find yourself reaching for it again and again.
Braided Up: Not for the bun novice, this backwards braid is great for brides who have had a bit of braiding experience. To achieve this look, just flip your head upside down and start a french braid from the nape of your neck.
Half Knot: A chic and effortless look for your engagement party or bridal shower is the top half-knot. This lets your locks flow while still pulling your hair off your face - an optimal look for outdoor weddings where wind might be a factor.
All Swept Up: For the ultimate boho vibe, gather your hair in your hand and twist it up on the top of your head before securing it with a hair tie. This look works best for brides with very long hair.
Bombshell Bun: For a full volume bun, tease the top of your ponytail before gathering it all together. In some cases, you might want to use clip in extensions in order to create this glam look.
Put a Bow on It: Bows aren't for just wedding dresses anymore. This look may take a little more work but the end result is worth the effort.
Sleek and Unkempt: For a more formal look, use a brush or comb to straighten out any bumps or irregularities in your hair. The contrast of sleek and wild makes this style that much more appealing.
Cute Ballerina Buns: Don't forget your flower girls! A cute ballerina bun on the top of their head is an adorable look for any type of wedding.
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