Post # 1
I got my dress, and have been playing around with ideas for my hair – I love flower crowns! and i tried on this cheapy (which is a little big for my liking) however i would love to get one with fresh flowers made, in neutral colours, and suggestions of flowers i could think of using?
Post # 3
Looks amazing. No ideas about what flowers just wanted to say looking good! Considering this dress myself!
Post # 4
I think it overwhelms your dress. I would pick a hairstyle where you can weave a few fresh flowers in.
Post # 5
@TG123: Thank you so much! best dress so comfy
Post # 6
@cmbr: I was also thinking that but i do like the crowns alot, even a smaller half crown or wreath, its so hard so many variables!
Post # 7
@beautifullyboheamian: I think a flower crown would be gorgeous if it was much smaller and with fresh flowers.
Post # 8
@beautifullyboheamian: Hi! I wore a haku lei, which is kind of like a flower crown. Mine was made with fresh rose buds and baby’s breath. My haku is a bit smaller in scale than traditional haku lei.
I think something similar in size would look great with your dress!
Post # 9
That looks too big… I think a smaller flower crown would be better.
Post # 10
I agree with PP that the flower crown would look better downsized. It’s a little overwhelming now and takes away from both your face and the dress.
Post # 11
@beautifullyboheamian: girl, yes. especially if fresh/smaller. Maybe even babies breath?
Post # 12
@cmbr: +1. I agree with this.
Post # 14
So, I would love to do something over the top like the second image, but would probably actually do something like the first one 🙂
Post # 15
@beautifullyboheamian: I don’t think it looks bad but I do think it takes away from your beautiful dress. Also your hair is so vibrant so I’d want to showcase that. A fresh lavender crown might look nice
Post # 16
@beautifullyboheamian: I think some neutral-toned ranunculas or peonies would look great in a floral crown and compliment the lace texture of your dress. The pink, yellow, and orange flowers on my crown were ranunculas.