THE AFTER CAPTURE ISSUE
NATURAL LIGHT BOUDOIR
BOUDOIR EDITORIAL FOR BHLDN BRIDAL
BRIDAL LOOK BOOK FOR TOMOMI OKUBO COUTURE
GRACEFUL CAKES BY NINE CAKES BROOKLYN
FEATURING STUDIO MONDINE & NINE CAKES
Fruited - Blueberries on the branch, Hellebores and Heuchera
Alpine - Blueberries on the branch, Hellebores and Grape Muscari
Vine - Jasmine Vine, Hellebore and Deutzia
Tropical - Golden Fiddlehead Fern and Dogwood
Delicate - Green Hellebores
Exotic - Smokebush
Romantic - Koko Loko Garden Rose, Hellebores, Vibernum and Heuchera
Classic - Koko Loko Garden Roses, Cinnamon Spice Hellebores, Chocolate Cosmos and Heuchera
Monotone - Dried Hydrangea Florets
Forest - Dogwood
FEATURING POPPIES & POSIES AND FACE TIME BEAUTY NYC
There's just something so whimsical about wearing fresh blooms in your hair. Whether you dream of wearing a lush fairy-tale crown or just a classic wreath, here's a few beautiful ways to complete your up-do with flowers. Which style would you rock on your wedding day?
Tropical Crown: A big, statement hair wreath for an editorial look, featuring a bright yellow tree peony, kumquats on the branch and variegated greens.
Natural Vine: Just one strand of smilax vine creates this natural circlet. Smilax is a great option for an outdoor wedding as it will last even through hot weather.
Floral Masterpiece: Can you believe this lush, gorgeous crown is made of silk flowers? If you're looking for big and bold, but worried about your flowers wilting through the day, consider a hand made silk piece that looks remarkably real and lasts a lifetime.
Delicate Blooms: White brodea is delicate and romantic, weave its florets through your up-do.
Modern Simplicity: A floral ring of only hellebores is both simple and striking.
Romantic cluster: If you want to wear flowers and show off a lovely low updo as well, consider a small hair comb. Composed of pistachio leaves and Sahara spray garden roses.
Herbal Wreath: Eucalyptus foliage is hardy and fragrant, let it fill your day with relaxing herbal aromatherapy.
One-sided Spray: An asymmetrical nod to greenery with a touch of floral from the flowering spirea.
And did you notice my personal favorite way to incorporate flowers? Through double exposures on film, two images combined by light into one.
Written and conceptualized by Jen & Sierra | Floral Design - Poppies and Posies | Hair and Makeup - Facetime Beauty | Model - Jenette Nelligan | Photographer - Jen Huang | Silk Cami - J.Crew | Tulle Skirt - Skylar Belle | Film Processing - Richard Photo Lab | Silk Flowers - AFloral.com