Some advice on the do's and don't's of wedding day hair.
*Schedule a trial run. Most likely your stylist will include a trial run in the cost of her wedding day price. Schedule your trial run a couple of months before your wedding day.
*Be honest with your stylist about your hairstyle. If you want something different, don't hesitate to tell her/him. They want your recommendation and satisfaction; they want you to leave happy and spread the word. Make sure you are clear about what you want and what you don't want.
*Schedule your wedding day hair appointment 2-3 hours before your first formal photograph. The earlier the better. Some up-do's take more than an hour from start to finish.
*Try a wedding day style that is a fancier version of how you wear your hair on an everyday basis. You want to feel comfortable about yourself on your wedding day!
*If you opt for an up-do, add a bit of pouf to the front or side - slicked back hair can be unflattering in photos.
*Down-do's with curls or waves don't last very long in Georgia humidity, so have a back-up plan. Maybe down for a set photos and then up for the