Buying a floral crown for the bride and for the entourage can be so frustrating as prices differ as to the beauty and the quality. More or less, it's from $7-$20, but mine is just below $2.
You just need to choose the right flowers, those which have neutral colors like what's on the photo. Even the photographer loved it because it's filter-friendly.
On your wedding, choose neutral colors not just on the flowers, but as well as your motif because photos are by far the only memory you can hold on to after your special day and the video coverage too.
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This project is perfect if you want to save a lot of expense related to buying a flower crown.
In our household, we like to save cardboard boxes for craft projects or arts and crafts.
This is a beautiful and simple flower crown perfect for any age to wear (children/adult). This can even be done for special occasions like: bachelorette/engagement parties, graduation, weddings, birthdays, and so forth.
This Tahitian craft uses banana leaves, fresh flowers, and plant leaves to make a beautiful crown traditionally worn there for Christmas. If you don't have the fresh plants used here, substitute ribbon for the base and use faux flowers. The steps to complete this project can be found below.