Hair Flowers

One trend I’ve noticed a lot lately at weddings is brides having flowers incorporated into their wedding day hair styles. I’ve seen friends use fresh and also silk flowers. If you use fresh flowers just make sure that they are sturdy enough to last throughout the day (check with your florist for advice on which type to choose). If you use silk flowers you can easily attach them with pins or find them already attached to alligator clips, combs, elastic bands and barrettes. Flowers in your hair are an easy way to add a pop of color or an element of sophistication. Check out a few ways my friends styled their hair with flowers.

Danielle used a pop of pink to match with her pink themed wedding.

Danielle used a pop of pink to match with her pink themed wedding.

 

Kendall used a bunch of small flowers that went with her bouquet.

Kendall used a bunch of small flowers that went with her bouquet.

 

Colleen styled her hair in a low, curled pony tail. The flower was a last minute decision, which I think looks beautiful!

Colleen styled her hair in a low, curled pony tail. The flower was a last minute decision, which I think looks beautiful!

 

Do you plan on incorporating flowers into your wedding day hair style?

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4 Responses to Hair Flowers

  1. To flower or not to flower says:

    Do you feel that flowers should only be incorporated into less formal weddings (ie: destination or outdoors) or do they work well for all types of weddings?

  2. sheila says:

    The addition of flowers to the wedding day hairstyle can lend either a touch of formality or complement a more relaxed setting. I think it’s a great alternative to the traditional veil.

  3. Christine says:

    I think flowers can work for all types of weddings. I’ve seen a formal bride do both: imagine Kendall’s flowers with a veil that was combed underneath the bun.

  4. We have many brides who ask us for recommendations on flowers for different hair styles. Stephanotis flowers and spray roses are two of the most popular ones. Both are small and easily manageable with the right floral arranging techniques.

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