Ever since we featured Dave and Kelly's engagement session with her to-die-for flower headpiece, I've been keeping my eyes peeled for wedding crowns that had a similar feel. I loved how one accessory could lend the entire shoot an eclectic, outdoors-y feel. Well, today, dear readers, I'm happy to report success!

Which Goose handmakes natural crowns and headpieces that feel plucked straight from the garden (except that you get to wear them over and over again...). While many of the tiaras are made from vintage flowers and accessories, she also has a full line that is created on natural vines for a true woodland feel. Queen of the Woods is one her designs that sits on a natural vine and features a pine cone rose (I didn't even know there was such a thing, but it sure is pretty!).

Vintage, ethereal romantic floral crown worn by a bride as she holds her bouquet.

Love this Dorothy Dreams tiara, which could provide the perfect pop of color if you wanted to go a bit dramatic with your wedding attire. It would also be gorgeous at a destination wedding, wouldn't it?

Red, floral headpiece adorned by a bride featuring a similar tattoo on her arm.

Of course, if you're going for a magical, woodland or Garden Party-esque feel, you have to have flowers. Lots and lots of perfectly placed flowers for a truly romantic look. These four certainly do the job (clockwise from upper left: Pansy, Lilliput, Joanna, Wishing and Hoping).

Natural, floral wedding hairpieces and tiaras in various colors and styles.

If flowers aren't your thing, but you still want the natural crown look, she also has Requiem, which is cool because it's that mix of soft and hard, and Twiggy, which is just the prettiest set of twigs I've ever seen.

Natural, earthy tiaras made of branches, flowers and other greenery.
I should also mention that almost all of her tiaras have ribbons in the back so they're self-adjusting (good for us folks with large noggins). And, of course, she has a ton more options over in her shop. Happy tiara-ing!