18 responses to “DIY Fresh Flower Party Hats”

  1. I had a feeling you were going to use fresh flowers when you teased it out yesterday on Twitter. Florals are TOTALLY intimidating for a lot of people, but they really don’t need to be! That’s why Shauna and I made sure to have me to a section on working with florals when we were developing the Style Lab – because really, what’s photo styling without a few flowery lovelies?

  2. Simply gorgeous!!!

  3. Yay! I love how these turned out Kelly. Wish I could come over for flower crafting every week! P.S. The photos are gorgeous.

  4. Lovely Indeed sent me here and oh my, I’m so glad I came!! This hat is so fabulous and so fun! Now I’m trying to think up an occasion to make them myself!

  5. Seriously gorgeous!! LOVE

  6. So fun and easy! Yes, flowers kind of freak me out as well. I think it’s the whole wilting thing.

  7. You are so adorable, Kelly! I love that last photo. I am not afraid of flowers. In fact, I want you to cover the whole darn hat with them! Cute idea. :)

  8. These are adorable. I love them! Your post always make me want to throw a party.

  9. Oh. My. Hell.

    You are so perfect and so are these hats! And so are your cute freckles! I am so excited for this series! Can’t wait to see the rest. I think we need a reunion and you can show me all about working with flowers. I suck at it! :)

  10. Kelly! You have out-done yourself, which is really saying something since all of your projects are adorable! These flower hats are just gorgeous!

  11. Floral hats sooooo cute. Thanks for sharing it!

  12. absolutely love this! such a great fresh spin on a classic party element. so great for spring!

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