Waxflower - Australia's beautiful Blossom!
Waxflower Head wreaths
Hair wreaths have a long history, way back to Ancient Greece. People have always loved wearing flowers in their hair. Brides in Ancient China customarily wore hair wreaths of Orange Blossom which became extremely popular in Europe and England after Queen Victoria wore an Orange Blossom wreath when she married Albert in 1840. In Australia, the Settler's obsession with the wildflowers escalated through-out the 1800's with brides choosing to use wildflowers for their weddings. The early 1900's saw an explosion in popularity of bridal hair wreaths with the bridal veil attached. One of the most popular flowers to use was the beautiful white Waxflower with matching hair wreaths and corsages. Here at Native Bunch we are taking advantage of the prolific influx of Waxflower in the flower market and have included the Waxflower in this week's Posy. Check it out on our website https://www.nativebunch.com.au or see the photo below of the beautiful white Waxflower and red Buds we have used this week.
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