Flower Crowns

Many brides including modern, trendy, and traditional are all excited to rock a flower crown down the aisle.  Flower crowns can be dainty with a couple of petite blooms and accent foliage.  It could also be more dramatic with larger blooms and draping greenery.  Wearing a flower crown in addition to your veil is a very sweet and pretty look, all while holding your veil in place.

Bridesmaids and flower girls can also wear halos, usually a more delicate version of the bride or a simple greenery halo.  We have seen flower halos being used for engagement and maternity photo shoots as well.

Check out our flower crowns on our website! 

Make your own flower halo


Materials you will need:

• Wire (cut to size of your head)

• Floral tape

• Wire Scissors

• Flowers and foliage accents (leave a bit of the stem for taping)

Steps:

1. Start with a piece of greenery 1” – 2” from end of wire.

2. Wrap tape around base of stem and wire.

3. Add flower bloom and repeat steps 1 & 2, to add blooms and greenery down wire to create desired look.

4. Leave extra space at bottom of wire so you can attach to other end.

5. Bend wire end into hook shape

6. Thread opposite end of halo through hook.

7. Bend other wire over to hook halo together.

Flower Halo Collage

Print the steps here – flower halo diy (2)

Rustic Glitz Wedding – Maggie & Dane

Maggie and Dane hosted a great wedding in Chestnut Hill at The Cricket Club Philadelphia. The vibe was laid back but elegant and their event style was Rustic with a splash of Glitz.  The flowers chosen were simple and classic whites using hydrangeas, garden tea roses, queen anne’s lace, accent foliage and a few gray succulents to add interest.
 We incorporated a lot of special details into this wedding to decorate the cricket clubs four rooms and fireplaces. We used tree slices, wooden table numbers, and lots of candles and a touch of glam with the glitzy gold sequin runners.
We created custom chalk signs for the event. Starting in the main entrance we had a hand scripted seating chart and a welcome sign with their initials. In the cocktail space we had a sign directing people to the Photo Booth with our prop signs and also Instragram sign with their custom hash tag.
We are so happy to have been a part of such a wonderful wedding!!
Congratulations Maggie & Dane!
Thank you to Ralph Deal for sharing these beautiful photographs with us! www.ralphdeal.com
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