It's barely spring, and you've already been invited to six out-of-state weddings, all coincidentally happening in the months of June, July, and August. While you're busy figuring out how you're going to manage all that, we'll give you one less thing to worry about: your hairstyle. Behold, the ultimate celeb-inspired guide to summer wedding hair that'll have you ready to walk down the aisle yourself. You know, if you're into that whole love thing.
Rachel McAdam's low bun is proof that not all updos are stuffy, thanks to the pieces of wand-curled waves framing the edges of her face.
You don't need long hair to pull off a soft twist because, fun fact, Emma Watson's hair is actually only chin-length. As long as you've got a ton of bobby-pins and hairspray, you can pull off an updo with any cut.
Even the most well-behaved of curls will frizz and poof under the heat of a summer wedding. Don't try to fight them. Just part your hair, à la Kiersey Clemons, loosely clip back one side, and let your curls fall where they may.
Perfectly woven braids can feel juvenile, but Ellie Bamber's twisted and messy updo looks definitively romantic. Gently tug on the edges of your hairline to loosen short layers for an even softer finish.
A topknot by any other name is, uh, still a topknot. But a glossy, slicked-back topknot adorned with golden flowers, i.e. Zendaya's look, is a statement.
You don't need bangs to copy Keira Knightley's undone chignon—just make a deep side part with your fingers (the messier, the better) and let your hair fall softly over your forehead and ears before twisting into a chignon.
Behold the perfect example of a braided knot that doesn't feel severe or bookish—thanks to Zoe Saldana's mix of a smooth hairline with a soft crown.
Soft, loose, and wispy, Nicole Kidman's just-ran-through-the-fields ponytail is straight out of a Jane Austen novel, while the black satin ribbon keeps the look feeling polished.
Stave off summer frizz by opting for Shay Mitchell's slicked-back, side-parted wave that's as Old Hollywood as it is modern.
Scooped back and pinned up, Nathalie Emmanuel's natural curls feel like a lewk, rather than an afterthought.
Is there a time where finger waves weren't in style and ridiculously gorgeous? No. The answer is no. And Naomi Watts proves it by turning her lob into a soft, brushed-through finger wave.
Yes, we realize a flower crown isn't exactly groundbreaking for summer, but Kirsten Dunst makes the cliché feel new by pairing her floral headband with smooth, side-swept bangs.
A loose, gently pinned bun with wavy, face-framing layers, like Michelle Williams', is the ultimate foundation for summer wedding hair.