|Celebrity Hairstylist Charley McEwen|
|Break up flesh with a necklace|
|Don't go changing too much on your big day|
|A timeless look for Kate Middleton last year|
|Jennifer Aniston let it all hang loose for her 2000 wedding to Brad Pitt|
|Add glamour with a side bun like Adele|
|Grey: sexy on George Clooney. Not the bride|
|Turn to the weft|
|Charley styles Kelly Rowland with glamour in mind|
- Look out for styles you love and cut a picture out of a magazine or even take a photo of the television - so you can show the hairdresser exactly what you want.
- Many stylists will do a one-off fee for you and your bridesmaids, maybe the mother of the bride too so you make a bit of a saving. I think around £30 a head is reasonable.
- Think about an alternative style in case it rains - so rather than have your hair all down and looking like a drowned rat if it's soaked, you could pin it up loosely.
- If you've got lovely hair, don't hide it - show it off.