25 Unconventional Ways To Use Flowers At Your Wedding

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If you think the trend of wearing a floral crown is on its way out, think again. Becky De Oliveria from Toronto-based floral shop Blush and Bloom is showing brides that floral crowns (and flowers in general) can be worn in a myriad of ways.

“I’ve been making floral crowns non-stop since last year,” De Oliveria explains. “This concept is what I have built Blush and Bloom on, and branded my company after.”

Recently, De Oliveria partnered with TwoBirds Bridesmaids, Scarlet O’Neill Photography, Ashley Readings Hair and Makeup and Posh Veils to showcase some of the creative ways floral accents can be worked into weddings beyond bouquets and boutonnieres. “We wanted to showcase bridal, bridesmaid and mother-of-the-bride looks that we feel are innovative and wearable, with fun and refreshing concepts,” De Oliveria shares.

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