Spring and summer brides, listen up! Are you wondering how to give your wedding look a fabulous floral twist? Check out these heavenly new bridal hair accessories from designers Daisy Day.
The London Wedding Collective teamed up with Ella H Photography and London hair and make-up artist Rachel Williamson recently to capture these beautiful pieces in all their glory. The gorgeous model wears a beautiful, vintage-inspired Justin Alexander dress, which is the perfect way to complement these dainty details.
Katie, approx £90
A glamorous crystal headpiece with floral designs, perfect for a 20s-inspired celebration
Violet, approx £60
We love this stunning side floral headpiece with crystals and diamanté. Side headbands are popular with brides looking for a more contemporary look than a traditional crown or tiara.
Lilac, approx £70
A beautiful, vintage-looking pearl and crystal side headpiece – would look amazing with a slinky satin gown.
Josephine, approx £135
A vintage asymmetric headpiece with French lace, silver flowers and diamanté. This piece would suit. This would work well with a full tulle, fairytale-style wedding dress.
Isabella, approx £110
Looking for something delicate? This floral princess headpiece with crystals, pearls and crystal beads would be perfect for you.
Mary, approx £140
A fashion-forward asymmetric design with silk flowers, French lace and feathers. This is a real statement headpiece that would work with a simple dress without a lot of detailing.
Mia, approx £90
Love the ’20s? This Art Deco style asymmetric design with crystals would be perfect! Team it with a slinky wedding dress and sparkly belt.
Are you planning an outdoor, high summer celebration? We’ve got lots of fabulous finishing touches in the Wedding Ideas Shop to help you create your dream look in no time.
Do you want your big day full of beautiful blooms? Here are three ways to keep your floral budget in check and still get the look you want…
1. Use large bunches of gypsophila. This cheap wedding flower looks rustic and whimiscal when used en masse with no other blooms. Use arrangements in large urns, or tie smaller bunches to pew ends or the backs of chairs. Add raffia for a festival vibe.
2. Choose blooms that are in season. Flowers that have to be flown in from outside the UK will bump up your bill. Check with your florist to see when your chosen blooms are in season.
3. Make your floral displays as mobile as possible. Use flowers at your ceremony and then recycle them for the top table at your reception. Delegate the job of moving them to your ushers or bridesmaids.