Become fairy royalty with this courtly Queen of Roses Wreath Headpiece (at right) in peach colored roses with flecks of golden thread and blue ribbon by Jeanette Cotton of Ladies Knight. Made with ribbon and paper roses, this affordable, lightweight crown is one of several in the Ladies Knight collection — it was hard to choose just one to feature. We’ve also got our eye on this Vine and Daisy Wedding Crown.
Lazy Polly twines a row of baby roses onto a vine in this simple and delicate Floral Headpiece (below). While designed to accompany bridal dresses, we think this would be a great addition to any fairy festival costume. With your choice of purple, pink, and light pink, you’re ready to fly!
Next in our collection, a sprawling fairy headpiece enhances beauty for a nature outing, performance, Renaissance gathering, or wedding. This flower crown (at right) from deLoop sets white Delphinia blossoms onto a natural or hand painted wire vine.
For an even lighter option, headpiece designer Anca Pe’elma has a line of handmade, delicate adornments including this gold and silver piece (below), dotted with metal flowers and crystals.
Rounding out our ethereal collection, A Bunch of Scrap adds a butterfly made from dyed feathers, adding glitter, rhinestones and a butterfly to a handmade paper rose motif (at right).
“And I will make thee beds of roses and a thousand fragrant posies” wrote poet Christopher Marlowe. There is nothing like the simple elegance of a delicate flower to bring out natural beauty; the lissome, fanciful fairy shall blossom open, ready to sprinkle some magic to all she encounters.
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