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The Dirt On Flowers
gallery Apr 19 2017
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Okay, so a floral beard may not be for you (shout out to The Gay Beards!), but we love the emerging trend of floral accessories! Yesterday's floral halos are being upgraded to floral bowties, collars, suspenders, hangbags and nail art. In addition to unexpected flare, the materials used to fashion floral accessories are longer lasting and hypoallergenic; many Florists opt for materials such as succulents, mosses, lichens, woods and dried flowers when it comes to less traditional floral accessories- which means you can keep and wear your floral accessory long after the wedding has ended! However, if a floral halo still brings your heart delight, here is a tip: keep your halo in the refrigerator to preserve the freshness of delicate blooms. If you're still undecided if you want to fully commit to the look of a floral accessory on your big day, consider wearing a piece for just your ceremony or just your reception.   

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