Lately, I've become kind of obsessed with flower crowns. I've made them myself a ton for portrait shoots. They're a beautiful way to add a nature-inspired romance to a bride's look. Who wouldn't want to be adorned with a crown made of flowers?

Pacific Northwest forest bride in the sunlight
vintage forest bride framed by ferns

We created a vintage flower-child inspired look amongst the forests and flowers of the Pacific Northwest in spring. Wearing a blue Gunne Sax prairie dress and a 1970's lace wedding dress from Scorpio Rising Vintage, our bohemian bride is minimally adorned and makes a statement with her long hair topped with a simple mini-daisy crown. Her look is completed with a matching posy bouquet tied with hand-dyed silk ribbon. This bride is an effortless beauty and anything but ordinary.

I LOVE this long sleeved lace flower-child dress. It's such a special kind of item with a gorgeous fairy-tale look to it in this forest setting. Perfect for something old that's still incredibly beautiful and stylish for a non-traditional wedding. 

The blue Gunne Sax dress was a DREAM. It was the absolute perfect something blue, with gossamer sleeves and pretty lace detail. The way it nips in at the waist is so lovely and flattering. Perfect if you're a vintage-loving bride.

The light sifting through the trees made for some incredible photos. We wanted to capture the ethereal qualities of the forest and create a timeless, vintage vibe. We're in love with the soft and airy nature-inspired color palette the forest provides. We LOVE LOVE LOVE our Pacific Northwest forests.

We've had a lot of people ask, so we'll have a tutorial for a gorgeous flower crown here on our blog this month. You can subscribe to our newsletter below to be notified when our tutorial is up! 

Feather Boutonniere Tutorial

You can also check out this post for another gorgeous tutorial on making feather and cedar groomsmen boutonnieres for your nature-inspired wedding.

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