If you’re anything like us, you are probably still reminiscing about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s royal wedding last May.
From the 19-year-old cellist’s performance to Meghan’s iconic Givenchy dress, there were plenty of beautiful details to remember, no more so than the stunning flowers. And now, Philippa Craddock, the woman behind the delicate floral archway at St George’s Chapel and the bouquet carried by the bride, has now launched a line of floral hair accessories.
Craddock has created a collection of pretty headbands, dainty hair slides and brooches, by taking inspiration from centuries-old botanical illustrations housed in museum archives.
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Beautiful feature in American Vogue of our new S/S 2019 hair accessories which landed at @matchesfashion last week – “undeniably romantic … the 10-piece spring line up is a visual feast … single-blossom slides and lush bouquet-like bands dressed with blindingly bright hydrangeas, dahlias, and poppies, the likes of which can all be found during a stroll through a rambling English country garden”. Thank you @zoeruffner for your excitement and support, you are gorgeous and I am wholly grateful xx
Craddock, who has also supplied flowers to Alexander McQueen, Christian Dior and Hermés throughout her career, has created expert hand-made pieces that resemble an idyllic English garden.
The London-based florist has moved into accessorises just in time for the spring wedding season. Make a statement this year by finishing your outfit with one of these floral pieces or breathe new life into your go-to wedding-guest dress with one of Craddock’s floral additions.