17 Romantic Hairstyles For The Fall Bride With A Bob

If you're planning a fall 2019 wedding — a big event on the water, perhaps, or a smaller City Hall reception with your closest friends — chances are, you've given some thought as to how you'd like to look when the big day comes. And if not, now is the opportune time to nail it down, starting with your wedding hairstyle.

Since we've found that a simple "wedding hair" search on Pinterest yields pages after pages of ribboning Rapunzel waves, we've rounded up a handful of chic wedding day hairstyles for brides with shorter hair, and they're seriously stunning. From braids and buns to floral hair pins and vintage tiaras, we have all the wedding inspiration you need, ahead. The styles are so good, they might just flip the script, inspiring you to chop your hair short for your walk down the aisle — or during the reception.

If you want to wear an updo, consider this your inspiration. Julianne Hough recently wore her chin-length bob styled in an intricately braided bun that actually gives the illusion that her hair is longer than it really is.
If your bridal aesthetic is minimalist, you want to keep your glam simple. Keep your hair natural, and accessorize with dainty earrings.
With a short cut, you're already blessed with face-framing layers — so play them up in whatever style you choose (from a low bun to a center-parted straight look) for instant bridal vibes.
When your hair is chopped above the shoulder, a gauzy floral accessory like the Jassamin Comb by Jennifer Behr makes a major statement.
Pile your strands into a high updo, which puts the emphasis on your berry lip and gleaming highlight.
When in doubt, put a bow on it. Black velvet might not feel traditionally bridal, but it adds a little pizzazz to a chin-length bob — and hey, you're not trying to be a cookie-cutter bride, anyway.
Is a bejeweled tiara over the top for a relatively low-key bride? Not in our book. Pair it with heavy curtain bangs and shoulder-skimming waves, and it's the perfect sparkly touch of extra.
A high and tight bun always looks polished, even more so when styled with a poppy red lip and statement earrings.
For this year's Critics' Choice Awards, celebrity stylist Jenny Cho wrapped Lucy Boynton's razor-cut, chin-length bob into two delicate braids circling the back of her head and finished the look with a sprinkling of sparkly star pins by Jennifer Behr. Suddenly, we're hit with major bridal updo inspiration.
Why wear a single sparkly hair pin when you can layer six, clustering the glitter all around your ear?
Sprinkle flower pins through your curls for a look that would be practically criminal to cover with a cathedral veil.
A simple hair tuck becomes bridal elegant when you hold it in place with a golden floral accent, like this Hibiscus Barrette.
If you're feeling a tiara vibe with your short cut, but can't get on board with gemstones, try a thin, Grecian-inspired headband for a pop of elegant gold, sans sparkle.
A crystal hair pin adds delicate twinkle to a soft French twist, as seen on Jenna Dewan.
You can forgo your wedding hairstylist budget altogether if you have bobby pins on hand and this inspiration image to copy.
Pink hair and pearl pins: a bridal beauty look people will gush about for years to come.
When you're dry on short-hair updo inspiration, you can always look to Margot Robbie for a fresh take on a short style. We're particularly into this loose low ponytail, styled with a high-neck gown.
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