Le 16 mai 2016, 12:25 dans Humeurs • 0
Old-Hollywood style, tucked to one side with a bejeweled clip and bright red rose. Bonus points if you can dance like Rita Hayworth! Love the idea of flowers in your hair but don't want to look like you've stepped out of Coachella? Go for a floral-inspired tiara or hairpiece.
Use them to decorate cakes, line food trays and banquet platters, and add a pop of fuchsia or deep scarlet to bridesmaid dresses.This elegant and rustic herb has a soothing fragrance and tastes incredible in sweet and savory dishes alike. Lavender lemonade is to die for! Just be careful of allergies!
Allover leaf-and-floral motifs in faux leather of Kristen by Sottero and Midgley grant a little rawness and edge to the gown's easy lines and ivory palette. Pair this dress with dusty blooms, blush- and stone-colored tablecloths, rustic wood surfaces, and votive lighting for a reception that is beautiful by nature.
We'll post articles about bouquets and edible blooms for your reception, and even a Periscope tutorial on how to DIY a floral crown. We'd love to hear about how you personalize your own wedding flowers along the way! It's all on you, maid of honor! The perfect bridal shower.