It's so true, every girl wants an excuse to wear flowers in her hair. Maybe this explains why flower crowns have become one of the most requested floral accessories. The organic, natural appeal of a flower halo is undeniable as they first popped up in bohemian ceremonies. At first, I think they were intended to replace a traditional veil. But shortly after we began receiving requests in every wedding style, from elegant and classic to sophisticated and whimsical.
Martha Stewart Weddings The Dos and Don'ts of Flower Wearing, recommends "working with a florist to achieve your desired flower crown style "with the hardiest blooms that can sit out of water for a really long time."
She also says, "Dainty white baby's breath is a... popular choice for flower crowns worn by brides, bridesmaids, and flower girls. If used properly, baby's breath can really make a statement." This bride really wears it well to make one gorgeous statement.
Are you itching to wear flowers in your hair? Check out this baby's death crown captured by Krista Powell Photography before choosing a flower crown for your bridal accessory. Don't say I didn't warn you, prepare to be SWOONING because these pictures of Sidney in her halo are worthy!