Fun and flowers have decorated catwalk front rows thanks to the likes of fashionistas Alexa Chung and Sarah Sophie Flicker.
The wonderfully colourful garlands bring a soft and feminine finish to any outfit, and are proving extremely popular both on and off the catwalk.
And the headbands would make perfect decorations for flower girls, bridesmaids and even the bride herself.
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As Peaches Geldof recently showed us when she married Thomas Cohen in Sir Bob's country home, Davington Priory, in Kent.
Fitting the theme of the ceremony, the newlywed Mrs Cohen beamed wearing a crown of white daisies which she completed with intricate floral earrings.
And with Kiera Knightley's own wedding swiftly approaching we wonder if she will choose a similar garland to the one worn at the Los Angeles film festival for a vintage feel.
It's easy to make your own fresh-flower garland. They require only a few supplies, and can be simple and pretty or as busy and couture-like to match the style of your wedding.
Simply choose a variety of flowers and lace them through a plain white headband, adding ribbons and bows to tie securely. Fill in any gaps with ivy or baby's breath.
Alternatively, take a leaf out of Dolce & Gabbana's catwalk with ornate, baroque head pieces that will put a touch of grandeur and sparkle into winter weddings.
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