Learn how to craft these pretty flo­ral crowns for you and your bridal party.

Wedding Bells (East) - - CONTENTS - Pho­tog­ra­phy CARLO MEN­DOZA.

For Kate Moss’ 2011 wed­ding, the bridal party’s ac­ces­sory of choice was a rus­tic wild­flower crown. While this was not a new trend, Kate’s cel­e­bra­tion vaulted these pretty wreaths into wed­ding-must ter­ri­tory—they are now the “it” item for the bride and her ladies who want an ul­tra-ro­man­tic look. Craft­ing your own flo­ral cir­clet is ac­tu­ally easy—you’ll need: fresh flow­ers, flo­ral wire, a flower cut­ter, wire cut­ters and twine. For a fun night of DIY with your girls, have a craft­ing party and let them cre­ate their own per­son­al­ized coronet so they can make a unique style state­ment on your wed­ding day. Flo­ral crowns, De­light Flo­ral & De­sign. Pil­lows, Dayna Lee Col­lec­tion.

LEARN TO MAKE THESE CROWNS AT wed­ding­bells.ca/crowns.

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