We've been swept away by this glowing bridal look that would be the perfect fit for a sunny beach wedding. We love it so much that wanted to share how you can recreate this look for yourself. From the lovely hairstyle to the gorgeous bouquet from E-Flowers, and even a floral collar for a precious pup, all photographed beautifully by Callie Hobbs Photography, you won't be able to stop yourself from swooning. Muster up your inner craft goddess and let's get started on this sunset beach hair and bouquet recipe!
Flowers you will need:
10 Stems of Mini Orange Roses
5 Stems of Red Ranunculus Chinese Pistache Foliage Queens Anne Lace Skimmia Greens Additional supplies you will need:
Floral tape Floral green wire Burlap rope for the base of the bouquet & twine dog collar
Get the look - Fish Tail Braid
The pro's at Generations Salon shared the secrets of this hair style with us and now we're sharing it with you.
1. First thing you want to do is prep your dry hair with Pureology Heat Protector to protect and hold the hair.
2. Once that is applied, curl the entire head of hair and use the Sam Villa texture iron (super small crimper), just to a few random pieces, to add volume and fun texture.
3. Next secure the fishtail braid with a clear elastic for less visibility and a strong hold. Take a small section of hair at the end and wrap it around the elastic to hide it completely and secure that with a bobby pin. Add any bobby pins to ensure the loose hairs will stay in place on your busy, big day.
4. To provide maximum hold use hairspray over everything called Redken Control Addict. And last but not least we spray on a shine called Redken Shine Flash. These easy, simple steps will guarantee a strong hold and beautiful hair all day! To finish off the look create a floral crown from any leftover florals from the bouquet and prepare to be stunned at just how wonderful your hair looks.
Photographer: Callie Hobbs Photography Florist: Elisha with E-Flowers Dress: Urban Outfitters Hair: Tiffany Dalling at Generations Salon MUA: Renee Coates