While the #Virushka wedding may have happened a while ago, brides continue to take inspiration from Anushka Sharma’s gorgeous bridal avatar! And if there’s one style element ...
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While the #Virushka wedding may have happened a while ago, brides continue to take inspiration from Anushka Sharma’s gorgeous bridal avatar! And if there’s one style element that’s remained popular, it’s Anushka Sharma’s Wedding Hairstyle – the full floral bun.
Even more gorgeous versions of this popular hairstyle have appeared on our Instagram feeds, so you know there’s no dearth of inspiration for your own bridal bun!
I found the prettiest bridal bun hairstyles with flowers, so you don’t need to do any searching, just some pinning!
Pastel Hues with Baby’s Breath
This is one of the prettiest floral buns I’ve ever seen. If I get married again, I want THIS. The colours would also complement a white or gold outfit (if that’s what you’re planning to wear).
Double Dutch Braid With Soft and Delicate Pastel Flowers
The colours of the flowers complemented the hues on the bride’s sari, and the braid is an interesting texture addition. While it is a fairly large floral bun, the use of delicate flowers in pastel shades balances it out beautifully.
Light Pink and Lemony Yellow Roses
This paired so well with the bride’s maroon blouse!
A Dainty Soft Lavender and White Low Bun with Baby’s Breath
This is a good way to go if you want to keep the bun looking full of flowers, yet not too heavy weight-wise.
Tiny Artificial Flowers Make A Delicate Yet Full Floral Bun
What makes this bun unique is how lots and lots of tiny blooms make up the hairstyle, giving it a delicate look.
All Things White Big & Small
The combination of larger flowers with smaller bits of baby’s breath placed in between work well to give an interesting texture to this wedding hairstyle!
White with A Hint of Pink & Some Gold Ghunghroos!
An otherwise plain white floral bridal bun was made to look stunning with a handful of baby pink flowers thrown in. The touch of gold, thanks to ghunghroo-like accessories, adds an elegant vibe to the whole look.
The bougainvillaea burst on this low bridal bun is the stuff of dreams!
The Classic Pink & White
A high bun with distinct carnations that are evenly distributed to create a pattern of pink and white. The colours paired so well with the baby pink wedding lehenga!
Pops of Bright Pink
3 different types of flowers, out of which 2 are really tiny, goes a long way in creating a really interesting bun! I can just imagine how the pretty pink must have popped out from underneath the bride’s net dupatta.
If you really, really love roses – consider this high bun decorated with roses in different shades of pink & purple! A note of warning though – this is probably a really heavy bun because THAT many roses is definitely not going to be light on your head.
Jasmine Flowers & So Much More For South Indian Bride
Now that’s as low and large as you can get!
Beautiful Pink & Yellow
I love this combination of yellow roses with smaller baby pink flowers in this low bun. It’s a refreshing new style!
Heavenly Roses & Carnations Pair
Full roses and carnation flowers make a beautiful combination.
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Yellow & White Rose Petals!
Most brides opt for the full flower, but this one chose to experiment with rose petals to create her bridal bun. Did it work? I think yes! It looks uniquely beautiful.
A mix of artificial and real white and purple flowers made this stunning wedding hairstyle. I particularly love it because it’s an uncommon combination of colours for bridal buns.
I hope you found this curation helpful, especially if you’re still crushing on the Anushka Sharma wedding hairstyle! But if you’re considering an open hairstyle (no buns) for your wedding day, there are plenty of brides who are pulling it off these days. And if you’re looking for bridal makeup inspiration, here’s some for dusky brides and lots of wedding makeup looks for brides with medium complexions.
Stay tuned for more makeup and hairstyle inspiration on Urban Company!
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