Post # 1
Bees, I am drooling over this look of the bride. what do you think? I will be wearing a cathedral length plain veil. Would a crown like this go well with it? or is it better to wear it after the ceremony, once i take off the veil?
Also, how long do you think a crown like this last and not faint?
Any suggestions are welcome, thanks!
Post # 3
I think thats gorgeous! however, as a slightly older bride, I wouldn’t feel able to carry it off… provided the flowers are fresh, I can see this lasting through the ceremony and beyond! 4-6 hours? Just be sure to use a reputable florist, so the flowers are nice and fresh 🙂
Post # 4
@Nanuli: I think it would be practical only without your veil and only for a short time. I don’t forsee it staying on during dancing and the like. It is very pretty though.
Post # 5
@Nanuli: I think you should wear either the veil or the crown, not both. 🙂
ps. the crown is very pretty! I plan on wearing one, too.
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
I love it! I’m totally wearing a flower crown. It’s going to be a little brighter but with smaller blooms.
@smallstuff: Personally I’m a big believer that you can pull off whatever you want on your wedding day!
Post # 7
I love the flower crown! So elegant! I like your idea of wearing the crown at the reception. I think the flower crown and cathedral veil may be too busy together, but separately would look lovely.
Post # 8
- Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo
Have to agree with pp that either the flower crown or the veil but not both would work, however I loooove that flower crown!! So lovely!
Post # 9
i love it. i love flower crowns. i think i’m going to wear only a veil for my ceremony & put the flower crown on at the reception. wear what you love! its your (and FH’s) day!! live it up ~~~
Post # 11
I love it! I would definitely wear it with out the veil or after your ceremony. It’s so pretty!
Post # 12
It looks so sweet on her! Depending on the flower, it might not last longer than the ceremony. That might be a question for a florist, though.
As per the veil, I think it depends on your dress. If your dress is very simple, then it might be fine. Otherwise it could get a little too busy, and why risk taking away from such a pretty headpiece?