Flower Inspired Hair & Makeup Looks from Bridal Fashion Week

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If there is one thing New York Bridal Fashion Week 2018 had in plenty, it was flower-filled wedding hair inspiration. And we couldn’t think of any better nod to The Bouquet Issue to fill our pages with these gorgeous flower inspired looks. From fresh flower crowns to silk flowers woven into braids, Spring inspired straw hats and elegant single blooms, we’ve rounded up our favourite flower-filled looks from three of the designer’s collections to inspire your own flower loving heart.

Kicking off with Watters. The brand all about the Spring blooms with their Spring 2019 for Willowby by Watters “‘Love Her Madly’” collection. The flower child vibe of the 1970s was strong with the gowns reminiscent of carefree, boho styling, large oversize floral appliques and nature inspired fabrics. The hair and makeup- flower-filled and playful. Pretty tones of lilacs, ice blues and lemon yellows coupled with the most sunshine filled flower of all – the daisy.

These behind the scenes shots captured by Masato Onoda, with hairstylist Hair by Wade Lee and makeup artist Makeup-Pro New York.

French designer  Laure de Sagaza is known for her romantic, chic femininity and the self-designed (alongside Mimoki) silk hairpieces were a beautiful addition to her ballerina-inspired collection. Touched with gold, the floral hairpieces adorned modern, sleek hairstyles taking centre stage.

This set of images was captured by L&L Style Photo New York with hair by Salon Pro RX, makeup by Makeup-Pro New York.

Designer Alexandra Grecco was all about the romance of Spring with her market collection. Inspired by Summer in Italy, the designer’s gowns were filled with floral embroidery, beautiful laces and ethereal, romantic silhouettes. Complementing hair and makeup was filled with pretty pastel shades, loose curls, natural hair (appropriately matching their Plum Pretty Sugar floral robes, but of course!) and adorned with silk flowers from the queen of hairpieces, Jennifer Behr.

Alexandra worked with photographer Masato Onoda, hairstylist Hair by Wade Lee and makeup artist Makeup-Pro New York for these looks.

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