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22 Floral Headpieces Perfect For Your Wedding Day


By Jennifer McShane
21st Jul 2017
22 Floral Headpieces Perfect For Your Wedding Day

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No matter the season, there’s something about floral headpieces that add an extra special element to your bridal look. They are whimsical, romantic and can be as eye-catching or as simple as you like. The runways tend to pair the most extravagant designs with paired-back wedding gowns – ideal if you don’t want a look that’s overly fussy. But, you can go bright and brash should you wish and have a detailed dress and extravagant headband – either will work, depending on the wedding you have planned. Summer is the time to use a bright colour palette of pastels and pinks, whereas autumnal crowns can also be adorned with branches, berries and pinecones in vibrant oranges and greens offset by bold pops of maroon.

From simple to intricate, the flower crown has become a delicate and ethereal finishing touch for the modern bride. Here are our favourite looks to serve as inspiration for your own floral creations.

Main image from?Photo:?Shae Estella Photography