A floral headdress can be an enchanting and regal way to illuminate the appearance of a bride and the presentation of her bridal party.
Though unconventional, dramatic hair flowers are stunning. Vivid colors with large, fully blossomed, deep pink peonies are bold and give the bride the ability to be expressive and artistic. Paired with ivy vine and berries, this halo is captivating and majestic.
A classic rose crown can be exaggerated with larger blooms. Whether the bride opts for subtle pastels or bright flowers, creating a halo that is healthy and voluptuous will make an impression.
In many cases, less is more. With delicate white flowers and fragrant greenery such as myrtle, a subtle halo is a beautiful accessory without taking away from the bride’s hair and makeup. Queen Anne’s lace is also an elegant choice.
A darling flower girl often captures the hearts of the wedding’s guests before the bride’s grand entrance. Her presence in the bridal party isn’t complete without her halo. Orchids or spray roses can be combined with baby’s breath for an angelic look.
With baby’s breath at the forefront of popularity, the airy filler is also an ideal flower for a halo. The cost effective option is light, quaint and can be chic or rustic to suit the style of the wedding.
Ask your Beneva Flowers floral designer how you can use flowers and greenery to create headpieces that will add to the radiance of your wedding.
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