Wednesday, July 20, 2016


Alexandra Wallace Photography via Bride Chic 

Whether worn in a continuous circlet or sprinkled through your hair, flowers are a hot trend still burning like wildfire in the bridal fashion arena.   Florals and floral wreaths aren't new to complimenting bridal wear.  Queen Victoria wore a wreath of orange blossoms with a veil of Honiton lace back in the 19th Century when she married Prince Albert. In the 1920s, brides wore a wreath of florals and long flowing veils with shorter dresses.  The trending wave we're seeing now for these spectacular floral accents may have to do with how beautifully this topping-it-all-off accessory goes with Boho as well as styles reminiscent of the 20s-30s era.  Below you'll more than a few options for donning flowers on your wedding day

Ashlee Crowden Photography via Bride Chic
Lynette Weber Photography via Bride Chic
  Alexandra Wallace of AW Photography via Bride Chic


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La Fantaisie said...

Though all the brides are looking lovely but the one who won my heart is by Alexandra Wallace of AW Photography. The red roses and the red lipstick are simply looking stunning.

Natasha Gregson said...

I really like this idea, it's such a pretty look. My fave is the third pic, I love the bohemian vibe :)

Sheila said...

BEAUTIFUL pictures, every one of
Perhaps my favorite is the pic "Retrospect Images via Bride Chic". It is very glamorous, and the bride's veil is simply amazing.
This veil would be so wonderful with the bride coming down a staircase for her wedding, and, of course, coming down the aisle at her ceremony.
Many thank for these beautiful pictures.

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