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Flower crown brides

I have collaborated with The Bridal House of Cornwall to create a range of floral crowns in pastel shades. Sumptuous peonies, biteable berries and tropical ferns adorn the heads of the shop mannequins in their Truro store. Speciffically designed to complement the collections in The Bridal House, these peices are crowning glory for any wild at heart brides. 

Try these on with gorgeous gowns from designers such as Catherine Deane, Claire Pettibone and Naomi Neohand with expert style guidance from The Bridal House team.

Click on these images to see them enlarged. 

Why choose silk flowers over fresh ones?

For one, they will last all day and night without wilting. Two, you can party in your crown over and over again, remembering all the good times you had at your wedding. And, importantly you will know exactly what it's going to look, fit and feel like before the actual day. You can then take it to your hair dresser to practace differant styles with it and match any other accessories or bridemaids dresses perfectly.Plus there is nothing stopping you adding a few extra fresh flowers on the day if you want to!

My hand made crowns start at £150. Either get in touch with me directly, via my contact page or book an appointment at The Bridal House of Cornwall to try on their selection on in store. 

I love making bespoke ones so why not commission one in your own colours and matching bridesmaids hair combs to suit your wedding theme and individual style!? The possibilities are endless!

Photo Credits:

Bridal seperates: www.thebridalhouseofcornwall.co.uk

Photography: www.griffin-photography.co.uk

Styling: www.inspire-hire.co.uk

Hair styling: www.goldbirdhairdesign.co.uk

Make-up: www.natashaflower.co.uk

Models: Zose Tresise & Emily Fulkner

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