September 21, 2017 Found - Etsy
Something pretty for under the dress, because why stop at just the accessories? This little number is from Jordan de Ruiter and is handmade in Canada.
We might be biased, but the Oh Dina! flower crowns and combs are undeniably easy-to-wear and bonus, designed to pair perfectly with the Truvelle collections. The ivory Helene Halo is cleverly adjustable and gives a bride an effortless etherealness.
*Wedding favour alert* Your guests will love a little memento from your big day that they can pin on their favourite tote and take with them anywhere.
This wouldn’t be a floral affair without a veil. The blusher veil isn’t a new idea, meaning it creates a totally timeless look with an elegant touch of creamy flower power lace.
Oh Dina! covers all things from floral bouquets to crowns — but we can’t stop admiring the boutonnieres. We love the simple, botanical feel of this dried flower boutonniere.
Kismet Print Co. specialize in editable invitations and all things wedding on paper. If you are even a subtle typography nerd like us, you will really like the idea of picking your wedding font.
Now these cushions aren't exactly botanically-inspired, but they would go perfectly with any floral blanket for the chill area in the reception. These cloud like cushions are made in Germany by Flax7, a store with a passion for linen.
Styled with a delicate green sprig, these hexagon dinner plates are v wedding friendly. They are also an awesome reason to treat yourself to new dinnerware.
Cover photo: Convivial Production