Post # 1
Hello everyone 🙂
Im having an issue here. I have THEE most beautiful dress in the world.
I love the flower detail this dress has, its SO me. Ever since my teen years I would wear flowers in my hair ALL the time. I just love flowers.
Ive noticed lately that floral head wreaths are in style. Of course I wouldnt wear GIGANTIC flowers on my head for the wedding, I still really want one. Im thinking of buying a particular one
( And for those wondering, the model is NOT a child.) Anyways, would it be too much? Other people on different wedding boards say its “childish” , and that the roses are too big…
So…should a 20 year old bride wear a floral head wreath? Or is it still childish? Would it go with my dress ??
Post # 3
I think the rose headband would look very sweet, especially if it’s your usual style. Go for it! 🙂
Post # 4
@hyruleloves: I think the floral headpiece is great because it is rarely done. It would be great if you could incorporate the color of the head piece into your overall wedding theme too.
I think the floral headband would look great on you especially because you are such a young bride. Flowers signify the bloom of youth, so yes, go for it!
Post # 5
I love that style headband!!!!! It reminds me of one of my favorite weddings in “Brides.” She seems age-appropriate, and I think the clean lines of her dress, simple, geometric jewelry, and sleek hair help. Your dress is sexy, so you’re fine. To keep it chic, maybe go modern with your bouquet: she went simple, with a subtle color palette, sweet but not saccharine. I think something clean, long and linear would add some knowing adulthood to your look, if that appeals to you in flowers. Regardless, IMO, go with the headpiece w/o a big veil. I love it.
Post # 6
- Wedding: September 2013 - B&B
I say go for it! If you often wear flowers in your hair it will be “you”!!
Post # 7
Thanks everyone. I appreciate it! I think i might go for the pink pastel colored rose headband, since thats my wedding color 😛
Post # 8
If it’s something you love and would love wearing, then go for it.
Personally, I am not a fan of the floral headband trend, and it would distract me as a guest, but it’s not my wedding, it’s yours, and that’s what it will always boil down to.