Sad to report that I did not wear a tiara on my wedding day. Truth is, I really wanted the Saint Laurent grunge tiara from the Spring 2016 collection. I didn’t think about all of this until about a week before, so my choices were limited. I figured if I was going to wear a tiara, I might as well make it one I would be willing to a- wear every day or b-keep as a future heirloom. I found a few online that were similar, but nothing that made them really special.
I remember a few years ago when I said I wanted gray hair but I thought it was too late for that trend. Now it’s three years later and I swear if you go to the midwest it’s just now catching on. So I might do this, I really think I might.
These are some of the images I gathered from the web and sent to my amazing florist, Kelsey! I actually never knew what I wanted, I didn’t even have a main flower in mind until two-weeks before the big day. Crazy, I know! I only knew I wanted a “wild and free” bouquet, rather than the tightly wrapped ones I had seen in traditional wedding photos. I had a set of colors in mind and finally one huge request; a King Protea. I gave Kelsey one-hundred percent creative control and let her work her magic. I was familiar with her work and getting her to be part of our special day was a dream come true! The morning of our big day, we met Kelsey at her Eagle Rock studio to pick up the bouquet. It was the kitschiest-dreamiest thing I could have ever imagine. I cannot wait to show pictures of the magic that is FGLA. Post + Pics soon!