Summer Bridal Beauty Looks for the Untraditional Bride

The Summer season has always been the most popular time of year to get married and with the year we’ve had so far, we’re predicting the upcoming Summer will be busier than ever.

There’s so much to stress over when planning a wedding but your beauty look shouldn’t be one. It’s a chance to have a little fun and while it’s important to look like the best version of yourself, your everyday makeup look just won’t do.

We’ve rounded up some fresh, fun and super Summery looks that are a little different than your typical bridal beauty looks to help inspire you to try something new and really stand out on your special day.


There’s no occasion a bold red lip isn’t made for. When it comes to a Summer wedding, pairing it with a barely there neutral eye is a simple way to keep your look light and fresh while still being vibrant.


Go glam and take the traditional smoky eye to the next level by adding a touch of silver sparkle. Perfect for an evening celebration, pair this eye look with a matte nude lip to create balance and cohesiveness.


What better time than Summer to pull out your coral shades to go brighter and bolder? A colourful coral lip is a great way to bring some fun to your look while still keeping things sophisticated and it pairs perfectly with a peachy eye.


A set of falsies may not be your everyday look but can really bring a touch of drama to your eyes while still looking classic and timeless. Pair them with a small cat eye liner, nude shadow and Summery pink lip to pull the look together.


Too many brides go for strictly neutral colours so why not shake things up with a pop of pink? A tonal eye and matching lip look allow you to use colour and do something bold without looking comical. The best part? You can choose a shade of pink that will bring out the radiance in your unique skin tone.

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