bridal hair blooms

no longer are big day blooms limited to boutonnieres and bouquets…

bridal hair blooms

No longer are big day blooms limited to boutonnieres and bouquets. From full flower crowns, to a dusting of baby's breath - flowers are having a moment in bridal hair. The options are endless - succulents or sunflowers can be used to enhance a bohemian braid, roses and peonies can create a vintage or romantic feel to an up-do. Rather than purchasing a rhinestone halo or adorned combs for your style, you could have a custom floral crown or slide created whether you wear your hair up, down or somewhere in between. 
Worried about making your blooms last as you celebrate throughout the evening? Be sure to speak with both your stylist and florist prior to the big day. One thing you want to avoid - an allergic reaction. You should have tears of joy, not tears due to a pollen attack. The fewer products your stylist uses near your blooms, the better! Another tip to help blooms last - keep them on ice (in the fridge works well) as long as possible. Blossoms should be one of the last pieces added to your look, at least if you want your blossoms looking fresh and fabulous!