7 Beautiful Wedding Updos for Brides with Long Hair

A Piecey Bun

Pulling on hair at the crown provides a piecey, volumized appearance. For easy beauty, tuck everything into a loose bun and leave some face-framing strands out.

Loose Chignon

Tousled chignons seem softer than tight ones. For an easy look, this loose updo rests low at the nape of the neck with hair cascading out. 

Soft French Twist

Elegant and sophisticated, a little mussed French twist is more current than your typical French twist. Leaving off face-framing items makes this more romantic.

Knotted Low Bun

Making a low bun looser and pulling on the hair for volume makes it softer and easier to maintain than a high bun. 

90s Twisted High Bun

A subtle nod to popular nostalgia with this twisted high bun. It seems like a '90s French twist and is lovely and unusual. 

Soft Twisted Updo

This proves a bridal updo can be stylish and substantial. This clean-lined, almost slicked-back updo has hair carefully curled back into a high bun.

Romantic Texture Low Bun

This boho-chic low bun is perfect for a feminine bride. The curls, waves, and tiny twists make this low bun intriguing and complex.