Hello, this is a question for older brides--no offense, but if you're 29 and have no crows feet in sight, you're not really qualified to advise on this. Thanks.
I'm 47, getting married next month and am not sure what to do with my hair.
My fiance loves it when I wear my hair up because I have a nice jaw-line and neck, and I do get compliments when I wear my hair that way.
However, my stylist cautioned me against pulling all of my hair back, noting that this can accentuate lines and wrinkes--and I agree. (Take a look at Sarah Jessica Parker in the first "Sex in the City" movie--it's enough to make you jump into the screen and pull a few wispy strands across her gaunt, lined face...)
Leaving wispy hair to frame my face seems like the answer, but it makes my face look cluttered with my birdcage veil.
Any ideas on how to keep the face somewhat clear, yet tactfully draped? Links to photos would be welcome.