Today’s hip brides are channeling grandma’s free spirit into a style that’s all their own. For a fresh and elegant nod to nostalgia, choose a fabulous floral crown as your headpiece.
We love the way David Austin Wedding Roses transform the sweet ’60s circlet into a boldly romantic statement as unique as the woman who wears it.
It’s a new era of flower power…embrace it!
ABOVE: The lush pink buds of CONSTANCE roses are accented by light pink and white lisianthus, lavender lathyrus (sweet peas), ivy leaves and sprigs of rosemary. The tiara’s soft, sensitive appeal complements the bridal bouquet’s showy display of more fully opened blooms.
The deep rosy pink outer petals of the evocative EDITH rose give way to an intensely fragrant center filled with shades of gold, peach and yellow. Peeking between them in this bride’s crown are grey-green stems of wheat, bright yellow bulpleurum and deep burgundy galax leaves.
Several shades of buttery yellow petals fill each charming BEATRICE bloom, framing the long loose locks of this young flower girl. The headpiece features Beatrice roses accented with tips of purple larkspur, white stephanotis and the deep green leaves of Italian ruscus. The lovely fruity scent of the roses and a hint of citrus (from the stephanotis) surrounds her.