Weddings and bridal protocol have come a long way since our parents got married. Traditions have long since blurred into niceties and “could have’s” and there are no longer any cookie cutter rules or regulations when it comes to any part of the wedding. Heck, you don’t even have to sign the register in a building!
Today, the wedding is much more a true celebration of the people getting married. It is the affirmation of their personalities, the embodiment of their tastes and the confirmation of their choice to spend the rest of their lives together.
Now I know that headpieces might already be considered “old news” and that it is not everybody’s idea of bridal couture, but we still love it and think that it brings such a unique freshness to the party. It is bold, it is daring and it is beautiful. It’s a crown for the queen and it sets her apart from all the other belles at the ball and it can take on any shape, colour, texture or form.
So, go ahead, ladies. Step out of the box and crown yourself with floral glory on your wedding day.
*These photo’s where part of an extensive shoot that we did for LEEF magazine.
Co-ordination: Blank Canvas Event Design
Photography: ST Photography
Floral headpieces: Fleur le Cordeur
Hair and make-up: Lisa Brown
1.Tulip headpiece: Anna Georgina
2.Wild headpiece: Hendrik Vermeulen Couture