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Beach Wedding Hairstyles: Bridal Trends 2022

By: Velas Weddings / 10 Apr 2022
Wedding Hairstyles Trends 2022

Looking for a hairstyle that will perfectly suit your beach wedding? You've come to the right place. Here are the top trends in hairstyles for beach weddings in 2022.

From flowing waves to elegant updos, this year brings something for every bridal style.


Bubble Braids

Bubble braids are all the rage right now. From social media to fashion runways, and now, at weddings!

This hairstyle is perfect for the laid-back brides who want to add a fun and chic touch to their look. It's also a style that looks amazing at beach weddings, and will add some freshness to your look.

Wedding hairstyles: bubble braids

Image: StyleSeat


Half-Up Braids

Another type of braids that are also in style this year are the stunning half-up twists.

They're quite versatile, and leave a lot of room for creativity when it comes to what type of braid you choose. For example, it could be a boho fishtail, a classic French braid, or something your wedding stylist wants to tailor specifically to you.

If your hair is fine, you could ask for extensions to give it more volume, which will surely make your wedding hairdo look spectacular!


Image: A & Bé Bridal Shop


Simple, Flowing Hair

Let your hair down! Wearing your hair this way is a big trend for beach weddings, as it gives the bride a relaxed and confident look.

If you have long hair, consider wearing it in waves or loose curls. You can also add some flowers or other decorations to make your look more fun. If your hair is short, this can also look great on you! Just make sure you wear it in a way that is both comfortable and stylish at the same time.

Hair down - Wedding Hairstyle

Image: Hairstyle Camp


A Middle Part

Brides are no longer only inspired by other bridal styles, but also by what's taking the red carpet by storm. Following what we've seen different celebrities sporting, a middle part is becoming increasingly popular for weddings in 2022.

The great thing about this style is that it suits all kinds of face shapes and can even make you look more symmetrical!

Wedding hairstyle trends

Image: Rebecca Searle Photography


Simple Updos

Updos have always been a favorite for beach weddings, and they are especially popular this year.

This style can be as casual as it can be formal, all depending on how you wear it. If you're looking for a more relaxed updo, try wearing your hair in waves or messy curls. You could also add some braids or ribbons for a more boho-chic look. If you're looking for a more classy hairstyle, a simple low bun or French twist makes any bride look elegant.


Simple updos - Wedding hairstyles

Image: My Sweet Engagement



These are also in style for 2022. If you have long hair, a striking ponytail will be the perfect hairstyle for your big day.

We love ponytails because they can easily be played up or down, depending on the look you're going for. If you're going for a more minimalist take, then a smooth, straight ponytail will make you look flawless. If you want a more casual look, you can add volume to your hair, including braids or beach waves.

If your hair is short, but you love the idea of ​​a long ponytail, then extensions could make this dream come true.

Ponytails - Wedding hairstyles

Image: Green Wedding Shoes


What do you think of the hairstyles in trend this year for beach weddings? We hope they've inspired you for your big day!

No matter what style you choose, be sure to consult with a professional stylist so that the hairstyle you end up choosing is perfect for you.

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