Flowers in her Hair

This shoot was totally the kind of experience that made us want to pinch ourselves. It was a really spontaneous event where everything came together so beautifully we could hardly stand it. We really can’t believe how lucky we are to get to work with such talented people. We’ve been dying to share these images from Jose Villa!

We knew we wanted to shoot outside–despite the winter weather–and keep things very natural and soft and feminine. And we wanted to explore some ways to use flowers in a bridal look. Here you’ll find some very attainable ideas and alternatives to wearing a veil. Not that we have anything against veils, we just thought flowers might be nice, too! If this is something you’d like to try, all you have to do is keep your hair and make up very natural and soft and look for delicate blooms to grace your hair. We think you’ll look divine!
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Photography by Jose Villa

So many more beautiful images and details coming up next!

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38 Responses to “Flowers in her Hair”

  1. Tessa

    Wow! I love this. I’m so tired of birdcage veils. It is so refreshing to see something different.

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    • emily

      hey ladies!

      joy actually found the oxford shoes in a vintage store here in georgia. i would check ebay or etsy. ive seen a lot of vintage oxfords floating around recently.

      xoxo

      emily

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    • emily

      all the dresses are from vera wang but can be purchased at b. hughes bridal salon in nashville. the ladies who run the salon are AMAZING to work with.

      xoxo

      emily

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  2. Alison

    Is there any way we can have a closer look at how the white large flower band is made? I’m keen to have something like this for my wedding day. Stunning!!

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  3. Elizabeth Hudgins

    I am curious about the shoes. Do you know where they came from? Ive been dying for a pair just like that! They are so precious!! LOOOOOOVE the shoot!

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    • emily

      Hey Elizabeth

      The shoes were actually purchased for $40 from a vintage shop here in Georgia. I would check ebay or etsy for a similar style. Ive especially been seeing a lot oxfords on etsy lately. Hope this helps!

      xoxo

      Emily

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  4. Patty grubbs

    In 1978 I wore a wreath of minature yellow roses, daisies and baby’s breath in my hair instead of a veil. I loved the look. Right before my dad walked me down the aisle, he said, “You look really nice honey, but what is that thing on your head?” I still laugh to this day!

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