Clay Flowers

I fell in love with DK Designs when Mrs. Pineapple featured them on Weddingbee. I think the flowers Diane makes are amazing!

I keep thinking that I'll have a fabric flower (like these) in my hair, but then I saw this gorgeous anemone.

She also makes very pretty gardenias that would look pretty in my Mom's, sisters', or FMIL's hair.

Has anyone used clay flowers before? What are you wearing/wore in your hair for your wedding?


an aqua juel said...

I love DK Designs! I was thinking about clay flowers for my hair too... not sure though. That anemone is beautiful! I can make clay hydrangeas but that's about it right now, although I did buy a whole book on amazon about making your own clay flowers. The clay she uses though is just a little too expensive for me to just mess around and have it turn out looking like a 3rd grade art project.

honey my heart said...

i also looked into clay flowers after mrs.pineapple featured them. truly love the look of the gardenia, it's so beautiful!

blushingjoy said...

They are beautiful!! I love the anemone one! Your timing is perfect because I was discussing bridesmaid accessories with a friend on the weekend and she came up with flowers in their hair idea!!! Would they break if it accidentally falls down though, being clay and all??

SeriousCraft.com said...

For mine, I want to have something like MGMart on Etsy:


Her stuff is so beautiful and whispery!

Westside Wedding said...

That flower is beautiful! I have a small clay flower that I bought in Hawaii and I love it, I get a lot of compliments on it. I want to wear a flower in my hair like the ones they sell on etsy that are made out of feathers. I left you something on my blog today :-)

Miss T said...

I ordered my flowers through DK design. They are amazing! The little flower I ordered for my flower girl is my fav. So pretty and small. I think they'd look lovely in your hair.

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