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I think the way that both a flower and veil can work is if they are at different heights. Laurelyn mentions having the flower low and (I assume) the veil up high. In Purple Unicorn's pictures, the veil is low and the flower is higher.

 

I was sort of imagining this, but couldn't put the explanation into words until I saw the other girls' posts.

 

Originally Posted by Laurelyn View Post


 

I was the same as you really didn't want a veil and only a hair flower but my mom insisted on the veil so I actually ended up with a cathedral length veil and a flower with a side pony and it works since the veil is so long it doesn't look cluttered and then I plan to take the veil off right after pictures and just have the flower left. when I get the flower I can take a pic for you and show you if you want. 
 

 



 

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No flower, however I am having a hairpiece that is feathery--so it will be like a flower...just not a flower cheesy.gif

 

Originally Posted by meBonidie2be View Post





Love this.....flower or no flower?

 



 

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oh i just read your post now. my friend had short thin hari at her wedding a few years ago and she did a really cute updo.

 

here it is from the back (not the best pic, but its all i've got)

 

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and a nice one from the side

 

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Originally Posted by Peach View Post

Oh, I hope we get some pictures... I have pretty short hair, and it has to stay short (I have thin and fine hair, which means long hair is bad). I have been able to put clips in before, but it is really not easy. I am looking for pretty ideas for short hair.... so far, all i can think to do is curl it!



 

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thank you!!  hope you find a hairstyle that works for you!  and my "little one" is my niece!! My sister got her a purple and white dress as she was my "flower girl baby"    :)

 

 

Originally Posted by meBonidie2be View Post

Purple unicorn u looked amazing. I really like both looks. I am so glad u showed me your 'under the hair look' with the veil. great idea. Your little one is freakin cute!



 

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Originally Posted by PurpleUnicorn View Post

 

 

thank you!!  hope you find a hairstyle that works for you!  and my "little one" is my niece!! My sister got her a purple and white dress as she was my "flower girl baby"    :)

 

 

 

 

 

 

mmmmm so darned cute!

 

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Great tool to keep pics of different hair styles is using Pinterest! It's a virtual cork board so you can keep all your wedding ideas all together! becareful though, it's addicting!

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Sure you can wear flowers and a veil. Here is what I'm doing for the ceremony. For the reception I'm just wearing the flower.

 

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Originally Posted by meBonidie2be View Post

I hope we get some really great pics on this thread. I cant wait to see what everyone has been doing.

 

 My problem is i want too much. (shocking, lol) I told FI i wasnt wearing a veil and he didnt like that too much, so i got one. Thing is i wanted a flower in my hair and to borrow my sisters hairpiece from her wedding. Can you wear a veil and still incorporate flowers?

 

 



 

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I did something a little different and had a hair vine and comb.  I wanted my hair up, since I knew it would be fairly windy, and hot.

 

My inspiration hairstyle was like this:

 

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This is how it turned out! I loved my hair.

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