How to do your hair on the big day might be the last thing on what seems like a never ending wedding-based to-do list, but for us, it's kind of up there with the dress. It's that 'So important we insist on spending months searching for the one' level of important.
You can't deny that your wedding hair adds a certain somethin' somethin' to the whole ensemble. Because nailing your 'do on the day is key to getting those timeless wedding pics perfect. No pressure...
Sounds a lot, but never fear. Wedding hair has come a long way from those over complicated curls and dreaded fussy updos. These days your bridal hair can be way more loosey goosey and totally pretty.
Whether pearl pins and delicately placed fresh flowers, or super sleek chignons and effortless 'I woke up like this' waves finished with a bejewelled hair band, we've got your wedding hair inspiration sorted.
Yara Shahidi gave her braids a bridal twist by adorning them with diamanté rings. So pretty.
Margot Robbie's off centre top knot proves a black ribbon is the wedding hair accessory for 2018.
Half up half down undone waves add a romantic feel to any wedding hair ensemble.
Lupita's tucked under braided ponytail would look epic with any wedding dress.
Hair bands are officially in. Wear over side swept hair a la Allison Williams.
Up the glamour on your big day with a super glossy bouncy blowdry and a retro inspired side sweep.
Undone waves don't have to look messy. Take notes from Angelina's pinned back 'do that keeps volume in the top for extra glamour.
Fresh flowers woven into a tousled updo adds a dash of romanticism to the situation.
Pixie cut? Don't panic - do as Cara does and go for a black ribbon hair band to accessorise a shorter wedding 'do.
Keep a bridal updo looking easy breezy with a delicate floral headband and loose wisps of hair framing your face.
Keep your natural hair and accessorise with a gold band across your forehead for an effortless wedding look.
Swap the tiara for a couture crown a la Elie Saab.
Bridal hair doesn't have to mean updo - go for soft side-parted waves a la Kirsten Dunst for a more relaxed feel.
Off-centre oversized white flowers feel bold without losing that romantic touch.
Bringing the face veil firmly back into 2017, Hailey Baldwin's Swarovski crystal encrusted top knot is going straight on the cool girl wedding hair inspo board.
Now that's what we call a flower crown. If you're going to go floral, go big or go home.
Disney Princesses eat your heart out - a bejewelled head band is the chicest way to add some bling to any wedding updo.
Channel Blair Waldorf bridal vibes with a chic chignon adorned with a headband and mini face veil.
Calling all country wedding brides! Replace flowers with corn for an unexpected hair accessory and a nod to your rural reception.
Crimped hair at a wedding? Yup, Jenny Packham brought a whole load of 80s to the runway with textured hair and pearl embellished hairbands.
2017's update on the braided bridal updo, do as Marchesa does and go for skinny braids up top, flowing locks in the bottom.
Can anyone say chic? Classic, classy and oh-so effortless - a simple knot will look good forever.
Add fresh wild flowers to a rolled updo for a more relaxed style that has 'British country wedding' written all over it.
A bling hairband gives a relaxed side knot a chic finish. Tiara who?
Wedding hair doesn't have to mean updo. A loose plait tied with a sheer bow looks great with a low back gown.
Work a classic Hollywood wave for a more glam evening wedding.
A loose half-up half-down style requires minimal effort and looks ideal under a veil.
Channel iconic wedding vibes with Audrey Hepburn's DIY rose crown.
Wedding hair accessories can look a bit sad (did someone say fascinator...) but placing mismatched brooches and pins throughout your hair feels modern and fresh.
Hands up who doesn't want to look like a Victoria's Secret Angel on their wedding day? Exactly...