Floral headpieces certainly make a statement,
from understated to over the top.
Amazing to think Frida Kahlo was wearing floral headpieces in the 1930’s and 1940’s. This is one of many iconic images of her wearing beautiful blooms….
Floral headpieces have been appearing at Spring Racing Carnival with hats and fascinators adding more colour and creativity to the atmosphere!
Brides are now also wearing flowers in their hair, no longer just for flowergirls
Stunning Bright Bold Blooms
Riot of Flowers and Colours
Lush and Organic
pinned to the side of your updo
pinned to the back of your updo
The flower hair comb for a subtle effect
Incorporate a few elements of your bridal bouquet into your floral headpiece
for a co-ordinated look
Last week some florists braved a 4 a.m. start at the Melbourne Flower Market to participate in floral crown workshops in preparation for Melbourne Cup!
Thank you to all florists who rise so early in the day to get to market and then create beautiful blooms for us to enjoy….
If you are interested in making a floral headpiece for yourself or organising a date with friends, there are many floral crown workshops around Melbourne.
Here are just a few places to get you started, please check their website for details.