Brides tying the knot in 2010 should go for pastel-coloured nail varnish and natural, undone hairstyles for their big day.
When you're getting ready for your big day this year, you are bound be inundated with tips and suggestions from friends and experts about how to wear your hair and do your makeup for the event.
Flicking though magazines can give you plenty of ideas but also confuse you, as they suggest different looks and entice you with photographs of women dressed in all their wedding finery.
To help you with your essential decisions, we're got some tips on the top trends for 2010, which may help you to choose the look you want for your celebration.
This year, its all about the details and one way to add an injection of colour to your outfit without going over the top could be to embrace the trend for pastel-coloured nail varnish in ice cream shades.
An easy look to follow, this means you are not being too outlandish with your fingertips, but can have a perfectly manicured set of nails that captures the fresh colours of spring.
Heather Steele, head of marketing and product development at nails inc, explained that while metallic shades are difficult to wear and look "a bit insipid", slightly brighter pastel tones translate much better into the world of nail colour.
"We've got some really gorgeous pistachio green type colours, muted lilacs and a gorgeous light blue coming out in the spring as well," she said.
You can also continue the theme into decorations and your wedding flowers by picking a shade that matches your blooms.
Now that your 2010 wedding nails are sorted, your wedding hair is another thing on the list and you might be pleased to know that low-maintenance locks will be in this year.
Instead of spending hours having your barnet perfectly set and pinned into place, a "groomed and glamorous" look with an "undone texture" is an easy-to-achieve yet stylish option.
Lucy Seffens, senior PR co-ordinator at Toni & Guy said: "Shapes are not so structured, we are losing the graphicness and layers are looking a bit more grown out."
She said that the "boldness" of winter is on its way out and this could mean very wearable colours and cuts. And do not worry if you have short hair, as she added that it is easy to create soft, feminine layers around the face.
Ms Seffens also said that in 2010, "nice and seamless" colours will be popular and women should choose pearlescent blonde, soft copper reds or brunettes that look as natural as possible.
This could be good news for any brides-to-be who are keen to ensure they have an easy to look after, yet beautiful and on-trend look when they arrive at their wedding venue in 2010 and celebrate their big day in style.