An unusual autumn blackberry crown for a natural bride
There has been a lot of interest this year in flower crowns, worn by the bride, the bridesmaids, the flowergirls, or all three. Usually they feature flowers, whether big and blousy or small and delicate, but how about using sprays of blackberries to create a version of the much-loved flower crown?
I’m not sure about the risks of thorns and overripe berries, but I guess there are ways around these issues – carefully remove the thorns first and make sure you choose sprays that only have unripe green and red berries. I think it looks really pretty and so appropriate for an autumn wedding, I’m sharing it because I’d like to think it’s possible.
All this week I’m celebrating autumn weddings with lots of ideas and inspiration – so check out all the ideas in my natural autumn wedding special.
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