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DIY Greenery Hairpiece

DIY Greenery Hairpiece
DIY Greenery Hairpiece
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The DIY Greenery Hairpiece is a lovely, natural way to incorporate the 2017 Pantone Color of the Year into your wedding day. This homemade hair accessory is perfect for a boho-inspired wedding. If you're the type of bride who is going for more of an outdoorsy look, you will absolutely love this stunning wedding day comb. Plus, this type of hairpiece can easily be treasured and passed down to future generations. The greenery you use is completely up to you, so you can truly custom make this piece. Worn with a cluster of loose curls, your wedding day hairstyle will be completely organic and unique.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsNature Material

Primary TechniqueBath and Beauty


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I really love this hairpiece. I'm not really a boho girl, but I can definitely see this style working perfectly with a flowy wedding dress and an untamed bouquet.

This is gorgeous. I love how natural and lovely it is. I'm not big on flowers, and I love the natural feel of this and how it doesn't require flowers.

I happen to love the Pantone color of the year and this hairpiece is just lovely for a Spring or garden themed wedding. The wire wrapping looks a little tricky but, luckily, it looks like a forgiving sort of craft that would allow for do-overs until it's just right. Thanks for sharing!


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