Wedding: Hair Flowers for Bride and Gals

After finding the amazing Dundee Tartan for the guys ties, I had to integrate the fabric for the gals too! I incorporated the tartan into the bridemaids hair flowers while differentiating the personal attendants with solid sunflower yellow which matched the groom’s tie and groomsmen pocket squares. I wanted to create pieces that had personality and brought everyone together in the bridal party. After the wedding, my closest friends and family are able to wearing the flowers in their hair, attached to belts, sweaters, or whatever! All of the flowers are made out of 100% wool and 100% silk organza to give the pieces body and weight. I chose to attach the flower on an alligator clip for a secure hold, knowing the night would consist of a dance party later on. These flowers are what inspired me to make and sell my creations on CornerBungalow!

For me the bride, I was going back and forth on having a veil. I LOVED the back of my dress and could not bare, no pun intended 😉 to cover it up! So I whipped up a 100% silk satin and organza with Swarovski crystal center flower piece. This piece tied all of us girls together having the faintest yellow silk center. Using a comb allowed it also to stay secure in my hair all night long.

I was beyond excited to wrap up their little gifts when I found the amazing measuring tape ribbon! OMG, it tied everything together and gave the hint that there was something truly made with care inside. The oh so sweet and fun MOB (mother of the bride) bought the beautiful blue earrings to go along with the dresses. Again, the gals can actually wear them again! I went to Patina knowing they would have the perfect sized boxes and bought a fun little note pad for each gal for the final touch. 

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