After that initial, all-important “yes,” there’s a whole lot you need to decide on for your Big Day — dress, venue, color scheme, party, DJ and hair! Whether you go for a free-flowing romantic look, a sleek updo or a simple style with a stunning accessory, your hair is almost as important as your dress when it comes to making a statement as you strut, skip or walk (see, more decisions!) down the aisle. From floral crowns and loose braids, to updos and glam blowouts, we have 45 beautiful examples of wedding hair to help you decide on a ‘do to say “I do” in.

1. Jessica Alba’s Red Carpet Updo: It doesn’t hurt to take your wedding day inspiration from a pro who has had more updos in her lifetime than everyone in your bridal party combined. Here, we’ve hacked Jessica Alba’s look with a step-by-step tutorial, so your friend can even do your hair for you and save you some cash. (via Brit + Co)

2. Milkmaid Braid: If you’re still rocking the ombre ends at your wedding, try a braided crown. The blond in your hair gives a really cool look when contrasted against your darker roots. (via Paper and Lace)

3. Sleek Topknot: For the classic bride, you really can’t go wrong with a sleek topknot bun. Leave it simple and plain or decorate with some florals. Either way, the look is perfection. (via Style Me Pretty)

4. Twisted Bun: For a softer and more elegant take on the topknot, try this twisted version that leaves strands loose. You can pull all your hair up or leave a few curls around your face for a free-spirited look. (via Once Wed)

5. Flower Child: This dark haired bride chose a simple pink flower crown that contrasts perfectly with her hair color. For a casual outdoor wedding, just go with all-natural wavy curls and let the flowers do the talking. (via Wendy Laurel)

6. Floral Braid: For a way different take on the floral crown, try braiding flowers into a sideways fishtail braid! It is a great way to include flowers into your look without doing the boho crown. (via Wedding Bells)

7. Half Up Twist: Instead of just wearing your hair halfway up, make the look a little more special by adding tiny twists on top of a pretty twisted crown. Add tiny pearl pins or delicate flowers to keep the look light and romantic. (via Swooned)

8. Flower Headband: Go natural on your wedding day and use a pretty headband or bright flower (or both!) to add the perfect amount of color and interest to an already gorgeous ‘do that’s all you. (via Wedding Bells)

9. Mini Flower Crown: Instead of going full crown, try doing just a mini crown on the back of your head. This looks beautiful with the half up French braid and long curls, but would look amazing with an updo as well. (via Swooned)

10. Low Twist: DIY this hairstyle in two minutes and no one will believe you didn’t have a stylist. (via Hello Natural)

11. Handful of Ribbons: Ribbons aren’t just for the flower girls. Weaving a soft pink or white ribbon through dark hair adds a romantic touch while adding a brightly-colored ribbon would make the hairstyle perfectly whimsical. (via Wedding Chicks)

12. DIY Parisian Twist: Here is another gorgeous style that you can do yourself. This tucked up braid actually works really well with both long and short hair. (via Wedding Party)

13. Loose Halo Braid: Embrace your fairytale dream with this chunky halo braid. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

14. Side Braid: Who could’ve thought a simple braid could look so elegant? Consider using hair extensions to get a lovely, thick braid. We love the extra touch of a little floral side crown with all white flowers. (via Style Me Pretty)

15. Side Swept: Go for a casual updo with delicate little strands surrounding your face. It may look barely pinned together, but we promise it’ll stay up well into a long night of dancing. (via Ruffled)

16. Free Spirit Braid: For the wedding that is more of a party than a ceremony, we love the idea of weaving some colorful yarn into a side braid and letting the rest flow free. (via Knit Collage)

17. Long and Loose: Go with big curls for a picture perfect style that looks extra sweet partly pulled up and tucked back with flowers or a piece of bling. (via Style Me Pretty)

18. Messy Chignon: Take the topknot, mess it up for lots of delicate fly-aways and add a giant flower off to the side. It’s a fun look for a traditional bride who doesn’t want everything exactly slicked back. (via Style Me Pretty)

19. Flower Accent: You can add so much personality to a simple bun with accessories. Whether your style is modern or a little bit funky, you can dress up your bun with flowers, bling, ribbon or a veil. (via B.Loved)

20. Shorter Style: Longer haired brides don’t get all the fun! This bride chose to accent her short bob with a super wide lace headband for an adorable ’20s look. (via Claire Eliza)

21. Half Down: Pull your hair half up and then twist and tuck the ends back into itself for a cool effect. Curl the rest of your hair and tuck some flowers into the top twist. (via Liron Erel)

22. French Twist Tutorial: You’ll be shocked at how simple this braid is to execute. Get your bridesmaids to help you twist the braids together so your arms don’t get too tired! (via The Bride Link)

23. Elegant and Easy: This pretty DIY is fancy enough to wear for your wedding, but is gorgeous enough you’ll want to wear it to the rehearsal dinner and the bachelorette party, too. (via Emmaline Bride)

24. Blunt Bangs: Curls are an elegant contrast to blunt straight bangs. That feather headpiece takes the look over the top for extreme drama. (via Style Me Pretty)

25. Twisted With Flowers: Sweet and delicate, this low twisted hair is accented with just a sprig of sweet peas. We love the idea of throwing a sprig from your bridal bouquet into your hair for a touch of personalization. (via B.Loved)

26. Bold Brights: All we can say is wow. Forget the floral crown, this headband of bright flowers looks amazing. (via Rock ‘n’ Roll Bride)

27. Layered Braids: Use extensions to get this incredible look. If your dress has a low back, a long braid will really accent that detail. (via Style Me Pretty)

28. Create Lasting Curls: Sometimes the simplest look is the prettiest. Just curl your hair and add a bright floral crown for the all-natural look. (via Bride Link)

29. The Pixie Cut: Even the pixie cut looks glamorous with a bejeweled headband. Keep a few pieces around your face to soften the look. (via This Love of Yours)

30. High Bun Tutorial: If you’re thinking an updo is the look for you, check out this easy tutorial on how to get the enviable sleekness. (via Bride Link)

31. Side Ponytail: Dress up a simple side pony by curling the ends and adding a headband and some ribbon accents. (via Style Me Pretty)

32. Braided Bangs: Whether or not you’re growing out your bangs, braided bangs are a stunning accent to a simple side swept look. The peonies make the look absolutely perfect. (via Confetti Daydreams)

33. Braided Half Up Tutorial: You, yes, you can make this braid! Perfect for a vintage wedding or a winter wedding where you want your hair down, this pretty style is something you can do on your own. (via Belle and Chic)

34. Braided Updo: Not wanting to detract from the delicate lace pattern of her dress, this bride chose a very simple braided updo that perfectly accented the details. (via Ruffled)

35. Play With Accessories: The right accessory can make your hairstyle dramatic and feminine at the same time. A delicate pearl and diamond band is the perfect touch to big side-swept curls. (via Confetti Daydreams)

36. Touch of Feathers: We’ll show you to to do this sleek little updo, but we’ll leave it up to you when deciding how to accessorize it. (via Brit + Co)

37. All-Natural: With nothing but a couple flowers tucked behind her ear, this bride takes the cake for showing us that sometimes less is more. (via Kat Flower)

38. Wraparound Chunky Braid: Get a little country (and a little Khaleesi?) with a wide milkmaid braid across your forehead. Keep some curls loose around your face in this style. (via Junebug Weddings)

39. Boho Bride: If you’re going with a highly decorated dress, keep your hair simple and add in an accessory like a headband to complement the detailing on your gown. (via Clayton Austin)

40. Glitter Please: Golden weddings are definitely trending right now, and whether you have blond, brunette or red hair, a gilded headband makes a terrific statement piece. It’s a fun, dressy accent when paired with casual beachy waves. (via Ruffled)

41. Ruffled Headband: Soft pink is the perfect color to accent your white dress. This headband is made out of ruffled fabric, which is a fabulous alternative to flowers just in case you can’t find the blooms you want during wedding. (via Style Me Pretty)

42. Ultra Romantic: Combine a braided band and a jeweled headband atop cascading, natural, texturized waves for a free, romantic look. (via Polka Dot Bride)

43. Modern Elegance: White flowers, dark hair and a loose, white dress make for a complete look that feels like a fresh breath of hair. Baby’s breath is definitely an underestimated flower. It can add a lot of volume in a delicate way. (via Style Me Pretty)

44. Super Short: There is something charming and whimsical about the pixie bride, and we appreciate that she didn’t do anything to dress up her hair. Perfect for an outdoor wedding, this all-natural look really captures the bride’s personality. (via Bridal Musings)

45. Loose Waves: Go long and loose for a super simple but super elegant natural look. (via Dust Jacket Attic)

What style of wedding hair are you drawn to? Loose boho braids or a sleek modern bun? Talk to us in the comments below!