Brides-to-be have the option to do nearly anything and everything to their hair before the wedding, but if you're a bride with a short cut, hairstyle options may seem almost nonexistent. Not to mention, finding hairspiration may prove to be a bit challenging. Still, having hair that stops at your shoulders instead of down by your waist doesn't mean you can't have a show-stopping hairstyle as you walk down the aisle! If you're a long-haired gal and contemplating the big chop, a short style can give you that fresh look you've been craving.
So, whether you're looking for a pixie cut or something a bit longer, browse through some of our favorite short hairstyles from real weddings.
Romantic curls work on any hair length.
Add a floral headpiece to give strands that little something extra.
In lieu of flowers, a crown made up of ferns and greenery serves as the perfect finishing touch.
Tousled waves are the perfect no-fuss 'do for a busy bride. There's a wedding to plan!
Ask your hairstylist for side-swept bangs if you're in need of more volume and definition.
Jeweled headpieces can pull your bridal look together while still being timeless.
Minimal brides will swoon over this sleek crop.
Perfect for modern brides, a crimped bob can be totally chic.
A match for the cool girl, blunt bobs are always in style.
Play up your bridal look (and hair!) by adding a fun accessory.
Having short hair doesn't mean you have to skip the veil. A birdcage veil is always a classic.
An asymmetrical pixie can add edginess to your bridal look.
A layered shag creates definition and movement, meaning your gorgeous strands will flow with the wind.
Fear not, no bloom is too big for a short 'do.
A side-swept bob can work if you're not yet ready for a full chop. On the other hand, go big with an edgy pixie.
Forgo relaxers for natural, full-of-bounce curls.
A long, layered bob can give the illusion of length while adding definition.
In the mood for a sleek crop, or did you have something more voluminous on the mind? Either way, both are incredibly chic.