Meghan Markle’s wedding was one of the most significant of 2018, but it looks as though the joy could be about to continue. While the Duchess is busy waiting for the arrival of her latest addition, her wedding florist has been busy releasing a new range of bridal hair accessories.
Making Her Name
Philippa Craddock was the woman behind the flowers at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding. Philippa and her team worked hard to create everything from Meghan’s bouquet with hand-picked flowers from Harry himself all the way to the impressive flower arch that stood throughout the chapel.
The florist shot to fame after her work on the wedding, but it looks as though Philippa wants to put her skills to the test in a whole new way. That’s right; Philippa has recently unveiled her line of floral headbands, brooches, and hair slides all made from faux flowers. These might soon be the next best addition to weddings all across the world.
Plenty On Offer
Thankfully, it appears as though Philippa has been working hard to provide a range of items in her collection. Some faux hair slides can be found for as little as $212 while her larger headbands can retail anywhere between $1,095 to $2,189 depending on their size and the level of detail. The best bit? It looks as though the collection is only set to continue growing.
Not The Only Adventure
It turns out that Philippa has had plenty to keep herself busy since her time helping to organize the floral arrangements at the royal wedding. As well as her new line of floral bridal accessories, Philippa has also worked with glassware designers as they craft unique vases as well as releasing her own line of luxury hand-poured candles. It appears that nothing can stop this incredible woman.
The royal wedding might have come and gone, but it looks as though designing the floral arrangements for Meghan Markle was just a step along the path to success for Philippa Craddock thanks to her collection of bridal accessories. Perhaps the wedding season could be about to get a lot more fashionable after all?