Right after Brett and I got engaged, I immediately started looking for
hairpieces to wear on our wedding day. I already knew I would have to
buy my Monique Lhuillier Scarlet used and sell it aftewards to make it
work with our budget, so I wanted to splurge on something I could
posibbly pass
onto a daughter or daughter-in-law. I wouldnt change a thing about my
wedding day and still love the idea of having a large, white
flower peaking out from underneath my veil, but I also could see myself going for a more romantic look like the images above and below. This style might be a bit too feminime for some, but you
have to admit there is something so beautiful and delicate about these little, white


[Images c/o La Vie Photography and The Cherry Blossom Girl]


Comments (4)

Katherine | Reply

The first picture with the flowers tucked in her low bun is absolutely beautiful.

Becca | Reply

I really love this idea, but I worry about the little flowers wilting. What do you think?

Indie | Reply

I agree that the first image is striking. I think it will accentuate the luster of your hair and the gracefulness of your neck. While the second is certainly pretty, I don’t feel that achieves the same beauty or overall aesthetic.

Crystal | Reply

I’ve been trying to find something EXACTLY like this – a floral crown with little white flowers, and I’ve had no luck! I think this is beautiful, where did you find this?

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