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Paper Flower Crowns Take The Place Of Veils At Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2017

04/21/2016 11:17 EDT

Taylor Swift may have dubbed chokers the new flower crowns, but in the bridal world, it looks like flower crowns are the new veils.

At Ines Di Santo's show at Bridal Fashion Week this week, the Canadian label sent models down the runway donning enormous paper flowers perched atop their heads.


The floral pieces, which were created by Flower Voyage, came in headband and crown form, replacing the traditional bridal veil.

🌺🌸🌷🌹 an explosion of florals @inesdisanto! #brides #bridesatnybm #bridesnydiary #inesdisanto #floralweddingdress

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The grand finale at @inesdisanto... A floral fantasy come true! #bridalfashionweek #aroosjoon #social

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Oh girls they want to have fun🌸 #BTS #IAmInesDiSanto #Bride #NYFWBridal #Runway #Wedding #Weddingphotography

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So how can a bride rock the look without being too over-the-top? People StyleWatch suggests going easy on your beauty look as "nothing should compete with the hat."

And if the flower crowns aren't your thing, you can always try the jeweled caps seen at Naeem Kahn's fashion show at Bridal Fashion Week.


...it even has pockets {CANNES Spring 2017} #NaeemKhan #Bridal #WeddingDress

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At this point, your basic veil seems pretty boring, right?

For more bridal trends from Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2017, watch the video above!

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