If flower crowns were the star of 2015, then floral accessories are the star of 2016 . . . cue Scott McKenzie's "San Francisco." Many modern brides skip the veil — or accentuate it — by placing flowers in their hair, often tucked into an existing style. Flowers can be weaved into braids, worked into updos, bobby-pinned into curls, and even work with the wedding colors or themes to coordinate with the bouquet.
If you're tackling this style yourself, Beautini stylists insist upon strong, high-end bobby pins for keeping the flowers (and your hair) in place. Vanessa is a fan of Japanese bobby pins ($4 for 10), a coated, supergrippy product known for keeping everything right where it should be.