6 Gorgeous Bridal Braided Hairstyles

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Weddings in India vary as per their regions, religions, community and the preferences of the bride and the groom. The wedding ceremonies are equal to the festive occasions and are celebrated with decorations, color, music, dance, costumes and rituals depending upon the community, regions, religions etc. According to the statistics India celebrates approximately 10 million weddings per year out of which about 80% are Hindu Weddings. 

There are many festival related rituals carried out of which the (vivaah) marriage is considered as the most important. The other rituals and the wedding ceremony do vary as per the region due to the local adaptations, possessions of the family and the fondness of both the bride and the groom. But a few rituals like the kanyadaan, saptapadi etc. remain constant. The Jain and the Buddhist weddings share many themes but are separated by their religious ideas and texts. 

Sikhs get married by the Anand Karaj while the Muslims celebrate a customary Islamic wedding that follow customs similar to those practiced in the Middle- East. And the Indian Christians follow the rituals that are practiced in the Christian countries but they include a touch of the traditional Indian customs also. 

The wedding ceremonies may differ but they in the end the marriage is the most important ritual in the life of a person and the most special rite. And hence both the families try their best to make all the pre-wedding ceremonies and the wedding days the best and the most memorable. 

Be it the venue, decoration, food, clothes, hairstyle or even the shoes everything needs to be the best. When it comes to the hair, the brides love to experiment new hairstyles with their hair and look gorgeous and not only the brides even the young girls try different types of hairstyles. Here are a few bridal hairstyle and hairstyle for girls for wedding which every girl and bride must check out: 


The above bridal hairstyle or the hairstyle for girls for wedding is known as the twisted fishtail braid. This hairstyle is usually made by brides or girls who have long hair. This braid is made by twisting the fishtail braid from top to bottom till the end and to finish the overall look the braid is decorated with flower hair accessories.  


The above bridal hairstyle or the hairstyle for girls for wedding is known as the twisted braid. This hairstyle also is usually made by the brides and the girls who have long hair but these days even the brides with shorter hair can go for this hairstyle with the help of the hair extensions. For this hairstyle the braid is twisted two-three times and then tied with a fancy hair tie. This pattern is repeated till the end and then decorated with flowers and hair accessories. 


The above bridal hairstyle is known as the messy bun. This hairstyle is made the best by the professional hairstylists. This hairstyle perfectly matches with every traditional wear. A messy bun is probably the national hairstyle of all the Indian girls. It is stylish and extremely comfortable especially during the hot seasons. 


The above hairstlye for girls for wedding is known as the dutch fishtail side braid. This is the latest trending hairstyle among the girls these days. For this hairstyle firstly a dutch style fishtail braid is made and then a side fishtail braid is made. For completing the look the braids are decorated with hair accessories. 


The above bridal hairstyle is known as the half bun. These are equally preferred by the brides just like the full buns. These are really easy to make and can be made in different styles. These are also preferred by the girls as a casual hairstyle. 


The above bridal hairstyle is known as the crown style dutch braid. This hairstyle is similar to a crown. For this hairstyle a dutch braid is made across the head and then it is decorated with different hair accessories. 

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