We can’t get enough of the grown-up takes on flower-girl crowns that graced the runways last spring. And we can’t think of a florist who could better turn our favorite high-fashion trend into wearable reality than Philly’s Sullivan Owen.
To Owen—who draws inspiration from the season’s color stories and silhouettes—a floral headpiece is the perfect (and unique) topper to any wedding-day ensemble. She’ll want to get a sense of your whole look (dress, shoes, jewelry) in order to create a one-of-a-kind design that suits your style—be it a trailing comb of all-white blooms, a colorful avant-garde headdress, or an effortlessly bohemian fresh-flower wreath. — Bridget Salmons
Custom crowns starting at $65; pictured, around $125. Cascading Goddess gown, $1,600 at BHLDN.com. Photo by Brett Thomas. Model: Alexandra P., Reinhard. Hair and makeup: Marnee Simon.