Cammie & Peter wedding – Brides Hair Flowers – Brooklyn Botanic Garden – Nicki Sebastian Photography
Choosing the final touches for your wedding day look, you’ve been flirting with the thought of wearing hair flowers. But all the ideas you are finding in bridal magazines and on Pinterest and Instagram seem a bit ‘extra.’ While the floral fantasy headpieces and crowns look incredibly beautiful in fashion editorials, they may come across as ‘over the top’ in real life. You invested so much time, energy, and let’s be honest, money, in finding the perfect wedding dress after all – flower accessories should complement your bridal ensemble rather than distract from it. Read More
We are constantly looking for imaginative ways to use flowers in our weddings. And for our brides, this can mean thinking beyond the bouquet and actually wearing flowers. Styling with florals is guaranteed to bring your big day look to the next level. Who is going to forget the bride who walked down the with freshly picked roses adorning her hair? From hair accessories to jewelry, we’ve rounded up the most gorgeous ideas for wearing flowers at your wedding.
Wedding Flower Crown
Let’s start with the most obvious – the flower crown. This onetime boho accessory has evolved and can work with any bridal style. Verdant greenery accented with berries and petite flowers radiates organic beauty. Make a romantic statement with voluminous, petal soft peonies and roses. A delicate ring of waxflowers is perfect a summer countryside wedding. Read More
Rashna & Sean Wedding – Bride – Bronx Zoo – Dideo Films Photography
The dress, jewelry, and flowers, – these are the elements that make up a bride’s armor so to speak. She chooses each with the utmost thought and care as they define how she wants to look and feel on the biggest day of her life. This is particularly true for the woman getting married in a traditional Indian wedding. Here, our BB Featured Bride Rashna talks about her ceremonial attire and accessories.
Bridal Attire, Henna, & Jewelry
When it came time to start searching for what she was going to wear at her wedding, Rashna got to skip the usual process of jumping from appointment to appointment at the local bridal boutiques. She explains, “My wedding dress had to be a traditional South Indian kanjeevaram saree. But I was lucky, because I was able to pick out my colors.” She chose a stunning jewel tone yellow and orange saree decorated with gold accents. Read More