There is nothing more precious than a little girl in wedding headbands wearing a floral wreath on the head. Many brides also choose to wear one of these crowns on their heads, adorned with the same flowers that your bouquet. You can make your own wreaths for the head to match the bride or the ladies of honor and save money at the same time. Here are some tips to help you make a wreath for the head.
Make a hook at one end of the cover crown of ivy twisting the wire in the shape of a hook. Be careful that no cable or exposed tip scrapes the head. Then, make a loop at the other end of the cable exposed. Just turning the cable in a loop. When the crown is completed, hook and loop will be connected, so that the crown will fit firmly on the wedding headbands.
Measure the distance fallen crown to the shoulders. If the fall is 12 inches, cut a piece of matching ribbon 24 inches (30 cm) long. Fold the ribbon in half and forms a loop in the crease. Hold the wedding headbands and pull the crown of the cut ends through the loop, around the crown.