Post # 1
would it be weird to wear an ivory flower in my hair if I’m wearing a pure white dress? I’m really obsessed with this hair accessory:
but it’s only available in ivory or off white (which of those colors is closer to white?!) … The etsy designer said I had another flower option that is available in white and that she could change the middle of (to make similar to the first one). But I think the flower petals don’t look as real or pretty as the first one. What do you think I should do?
Post # 4
Ivory for sure. It’ll look fine against a white dress 🙂
Post # 5
I agree with you, the ivory one is really pretty. I don’t think it’ll look weird with your white dress, because it’ll be in your hair.
Post # 7
Either of them would work just fine. Personally I prefer the ivory one
Post # 8
@summer7911: I think you could get away with ivory w/ black hair (vs. ivory with blonde hair). I have black hair too and I’d go with the flower you love. Ask the seller which is closer to white – but I think off white is closer than ivory.
Post # 10
Go with the ivory. I’m sure it will look fine! 🙂
Post # 11
I would definitely go for the second one. It’s beautiful!
Not for anything but I have a flower that looks almost identical to the second one you have and I got it at ICING. They have alot of hair pieces and super cheap.
Post # 12
I say go with the ivory (or off white- which ever is closer to white)… no one will notice the color difference, and what my florist said is that white and ivory are basically interchangeable in the world of flowers. I def like the first one better though. 🙂
Post # 13
Definitely the ivory, it has more depth to it. The details tend to get somewhat lost in pure white flowers.
I can pretty much promise you nobody will notice the colour difference. DH wore an ivory tie with a white shirt at our wedding and it looked absolutely fine.
Post # 15
I have a white dress and an ivory hair flower, the flower is so far away from my dress that you cant even tell there is a color difference.
Post # 16
Ivory. Many real flowers are not naturally pure pure white, even though we call them white…so it’ll just look like a real flower!