Floral Crowns in the 1880’s farmhouse

As we sat around, sipping wine at late one evening on our AKP winter planning retreat, Candice convinced me it could be done. She insisted I could learn to make floral crowns; so despite my past failures, I watched some online tutorials and went at it one more time.  Ranunculus flowers were my bloom of choice, and I wired and tied until I had something stable.  A few weird floral head pieces emerged at first, but eventually I got it right :)  Thankfully my crowns don’t have to endure an entire wedding day, just single photo session.

I’m excited to offer floral crown sessions in a section of the farmhouse we normally don’t do shoots.  This room has the original plaster walls, trim made from our fallen barn, and perfect light all day long.  This room is only available at select times during February and March, and these floral crown sessions work especially well for maternity, and for any girls  – infant to teen.    Click here to see the renovation diary of this room.


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