Guest Post: Wedding Headband from Family Ever After

Hello friends! I'm Rachel (from Family Ever After), and I'm very excited for Rebecca! She's getting married! I'm so happy she asked me to help her celebrate and guest post on her lovely blog. I've been enamored by all the fun projects she's had up her sleeve to decorate for the big day, and I can't wait to see pictures!

I love weddings. My special man and I have been married for 8 years.

Do you know what French Netting is? It's this gorgeous lacy stuff and I've always wanted to use it in a project. (I bought mine here). So I decided I'd make myself a wedding-inspired headband, to wear just for the heck of it!

So here's the tutorial in pictures!

(I bought my headband here, and the French Netting here).

You can make this however you want, with any number and arrangement of flowers, and any embellishments. My embellishments are pears and scrapbooking brads.
(I always find an excuse for added French flair).

Happy, happy wedding dear friend!!!


  1. hiya , gorgeous wedding band x can i ask you have given a tutorial can i make this in my own supplies to sell on at a craft fair ? just asking cause lately i have seen some bad things said about copy cat bloggers x thanks xmaggiex

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