Nov 16 2016
Flowers have a great importance in the weddings. They are used to decorate the venue, in bouquets and boutonnières and the Indian brides, especially Hindu brides, also use it as a hair accessory.
If it is a boho wedding you are having then the bride and the bridesmaids could wear floral crowns instead of the traditional tiaras. Here is an inexpensive and simple DIY method to create beautiful floral crowns using baby's breath or gypsophila.
Things you need
Bunches of baby's breath
First take the wire and carefully measure the circumference of your head. Now, cut a piece of wire according to the measurement and joint each end of the wire.
Now wrap the wire with the floral tape.
Next clip a pile of baby's breath stems all about the same length. The length of the stem is your choice.
Now starting with one bunch and lay it against the already prepared wire and wrap around the stem using the floral tape.
Add more flowers that they overlap the already attached flowers.
Continue the process until the whole wire is covered with baby's breath. Or you could cover the crown area only three fourth of the wire and let the rest of the wire uncovered.
Voila, you have pretty at the same time inexpensive floral crowns for your bridesmaids.