9 Best Men's Wedding Hairstyles ideas

Natural Textures

Let your natural hair grow out if you have it! The focal point of attention will be your coils or curls. We adore the feel of growing things naturally, whether they are shorter harvests or reach full heights.

Low Ponytail

Pull your hair back into a low ponytail at the nape of your neck for grooms with longer hairstyles. You can even casually tuck your hair behind your ears or wear it loose in the front to frame your face.

The Mid-Length Man

There are more alternatives for styling longer hair than just a ponytail or man bun. Rather, let your hair down and let the waves to naturally flow. Let the hair air dry in a swept-back manner for a carefree yet put-together look.

The Classic

If you like a men's cut over a long hairstyle, consider this one. There is still plenty of hair on top, but the sides are kept shorter—though not nearly as short as a buzz cut.

Graduated Front

Nothing beats a well-groomed front with a graded length at the front. There are several styling alternatives available, such as refining the look while allowing some roguish mobility in the front or brushing it into a polished, high-and-tight shape

Waved Front

Don't be scared to embellish a mixed-length hairdo with additional components. Have the front and top waved to add volume for this style. Next, request that your hairdresser shape your hair with molding paste; this will help to hold the style in place all day.

Spiked-Up Top

Spiking your hair up is the simplest men's haircut ever. We disagree, even if it could look casual for a wedding. This haircut gives any wedding ensemble a surprising pop of color.

Long All Over

Letting your hair grow out is another option for how to style it on your wedding day. This cut's varied lengths offer plenty of dimension and shaping and molding possibilities.

Curly Undercut

With enough of height and length to work with on top and a clean buzz cut on the sides and back, an undercut provides the best of all worlds. Thanks to numerous well-groomed athletes, the look has become incredibly popular over time and shows no signs of slowing down.