We wanted to do a Celtic, Bohemian, earthy theme for our photo shoot. I knew I really wanted to wear a flower crown since we were going to be in the woods and it fit with the concept we were working towards. I started doing some research to order one online since I am not always the craftiest person. The pricing was much more than I wanted to pay (ranging from $30-$50). I started my DIY Flower Crown journey.
Most of the videos and write-ups I found appeared to be a fairly simple process. I decided to just dive in and give it a go, I had enough time to order one if it didn’t work out. So, I headed out to Michael’s to find my flowers and price out the cost. I already had the wire for the crown foundation from making my bridesmaids bouquets 10 years prior. I only needed the silk flowers and some new floral tape.
I did well on the cost because they were having a good sale and I had some great coupons. I ended up getting all my flowers and the tape for $12. I got home that night, put a movie on our TV, and went to work creating my vision.
Steps for DIY Flower Crown:
Now for the fun part…adding the flowers!
I love how it turned out and how it looks in the pictures. I also love that I was able to save myself about $40 by taking the risk with the DIY. Sometimes we just have to go for it and see how things turn out. Stay tuned for the final article about the photo shoot!
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Erin is a Spiritual Life Coach and Reiki Master Teacher. She started this blog as a way to share her self-love and body acceptance journey. Over the past 5 years it has become her business, her passion, and her purpose. She has created coaching programs to help other women find their truth, love their bodies, and embody their power and purpose.