What type of bride gravitates towards this look? Floral crowns tend to be requested by the bohemian type, a bride looking for a softer look. Their overall wedding style is laidback, simple and very un-fussy.
You have certainly seem a number of brides wear a wreath. What type of dress does it look best with? Honestly, they look good with any dress. Floral crowns can be so versatile! If it's paired with a fuller dress with lots of lace, details and layers, a more simple design would look best. If the bride is looking for something big and bright and fun, then it'd be best paired with an elegant, Grecian style dress. Then again, a simple crown matched with a simple dress can be just as exquisite!
In your experience, what are some great elements to use in hair wreaths? Jasmine is really great to use because of its vine-y nature. Plus is smells divine! Anything that has that consistency is great because its so malleable. Dainty olive branches are also great to work with. Feathers create great accents. Baby's Breath and wild flowers definitely play up the bohemian look!
The trend seems to have been pigeon holed a little bit as a look held exclusively for a "bo-ho" bride. What are your thoughts on this? Bride's need to ignore things like this. If you're dying for a floral crown for your wedding day, don't be afraid that it won't be consistent with the look of our wedding. Have an honest discussion with your florist about what you want. Show them images of crowns you like, some you don't like and start a conversation. Between the two of you, you'll get a design that matches your dress, your hair and your coloring- and you'll love it!