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Rose Gold Leslie Vine 3 Ways

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Here is our Leslie Vine in the newest color: Rose Gold. Our Leslie Vine is a dainty wired headpiece with clear rhinestones and beads creating a organic leafy motif that wraps all the way around the head. The vine has small loops at the ends to be pinned into the hair. Here are three ways to rock this look at your big day.

Our second look is a easy side pony with the Leslie Vine as a partial headband.

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Surprise! The Leslie Vine can also act as a sash that is attached to a 9mm silk satin ribbon in the color of your choice.



Old World Styled Shoot


Our friend Mirelle has done it again with her stunning “Old World Romance” shoot that we were thrilled to participate in along with The Dress Theory San Diego. We’re in love with the gorgeous florals, romantic calligraphy and of course – those sweet treats!

The shoot featured some of our favorite statement pieces including the “Alex” beaded cap veil below – perfect for our romantic bride who wants a hint of vintage inspired detail.

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Our  “Ariel” comb with a classic braid creates a rustic bohemian look perfectly complimenting this rural outdoor setting.


Finally, for our glam inspired bride – the beaded  “Sundance” cape paired with our “Joplin” comb makes for a perfect ornate old-world combination.


Photographer- Mirelle Carmichael // Floral Design- Modern Bouquet//Gown- The Dress Theory San Diego  //Hair and Makeup- Jes Steingard //Model- @moki_momo//Calligraphy- The Pointed Nib//Sweets- @babycakessandiego


Finn Headpiece Three Ways

ALERT! We are kicking off a new blog post series highlighting one Untamed Petals piece worn three ways. Today, we are showing off our FINN headpiece. We had an incredible crew come to work their magic to show off the many ways the Fin can be worn. This piece is a 38 inch bronze headpiece that can be wrapped around the head. Check out the ways our hair stylist, Courtney, came up with.


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Hairstylist: Courtney / Makeup Artist: Jamie  /  Dress: Moondance Bridal / Model: Taylor Ferrell



Summer 2015 Movies to Read First

Summer is almost upon us and so is the time to read at the beach and hit those summer blockbuster movies! This summer there are plenty of movies that are based on books. So if you want to beat everyone to the punch and claim the “book was better,” here are some great adaptations to check out before you watch on the big screen.

Far From the Madding Crowd (May 1st) This period film featuring the beautiful Carey Mulligan, revolves around a young lady who enchants multiple men around the same time and has to choose one to marry in 1800s rural England. Scandalous! If you enjoy a nice Jane Austen book or movie this might be just up your alley.FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWDfftmc

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (June 12th) Here is a winner of two Sundance awards including the Sundance Grand Jury Prize. This book is about a young boy who tries to strategize his high school senior year so it doesn’t totally suck. This works for a little until his mom forces him to hang out with a girl his age who has cancer.MeandEarlandtheDyingGirl_article_story_large599x899xme-and-earl-683x1024.jpg.pagespeed.ic.EFAsEnVV1M

Paper Towns (July 24th) This will be model Cara Delevigne’s first starring role portraying an adventurous girl who after plotting revenge on her cheating ex, sends the boy next door on a scavenger hunt to find her. The book is written by the same author as The Fault in our Stars and stars one of the same actors from the film, Nat Wolff. 26C3A32300000578-0-the_first_images_from_the_highly_anticipated_movie_the_supermode-m-33_1426675057097papertowns

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Real Bride Whitney in our Robyn Headpiece


After looking through all the gorgeous pictures of Whitney’s wedding we had to ask where in the world was her wedding? This bride’s destination wedding was in Guatemala! It was a beautiful mix of oranges, reds, and whites against a lush green Guatemalan lake town.

Whitney’s Untamed Petal’s headpiece of choice is the Robyn which is knowns for it’s delicate vine motif–perfectly fitting for the Guatemalan foliage.whit540353534329d$!600x540353b6d8cda$!600x

Isn’t the back of her dress gorgeous too? And that knotted bun is too perfect! back540353492f187$!600x54035332376c6$!600x {Photos by Stacy Able Photography from Style Me Pretty}



Happy New Year 2015!


Happy New Year!

Let’s bring in 2015 with love and happiness! Do what you love, live without regrets, and try your best to stick to those New Year resolutions!




New York Fashion Week 2014 Hair Trends


As New York Fashion Week continues, so do the hair trends. Last week was just a taste compared to today’s post. Most of the styles this year are going au naturale, and the other half is all about the braids. So far sooo lovely, even though some of these we might not try ourselves. But the natural look goes deeper than just hair, it’s nails, lips, and makeup too.

Messy Braids seem like an easy fix to a bad day, however, these styles took a lot of work.

Braided crowns are a must for us, and we totally plan on using them with some of our head sashes, (tutorial soon? Hmmm! Stay tuned.)



Silk flowers are scattered in a beautiful updo for Zac Posen’s gals.


Slick the hair back half way with a light gel, comb through and leave it straight and you’ve got yourself a runway hairstyle.

One of our favorites! Middle part done with tight curls and then brushed out.

Natural & Straight was the game for Ralph Lauren and BCBG was natural with waves.
Get your pony on! Straight and blunt cut.
How about a cute chunky top knot? Kate Spade thought so.

Dark & Messy Long Braid/ Perfectly Messy Braids/ Braid Crown/ Braid Crown In Red/ Delicate Tiny Flower Details/ Silk Flowers for Zac Posen Models/ Monique Lhullier Is Slicked Back/ Slicked Back Duo/ Middle Part Textured Curls On Nasiba Adilova/ Frizzy Middle Part Hairstyles/ Ralph Lauren Straight & Natural Hair/ Long Straight Hair/ BCBG Wavy & Natural/ Perfect Straight Blunt Cut Pony/ Kate Spade Top Knots



New Years Outfit Inspiration

New Year’s Eve (a.k.a. the best excuse all year to dress up, try something new and get downright creative with your look) is right around the corner! Add some sparkle to your outfit whether you’re gearing up for a girls’ night out, a quiet evening in or something in between! _8414172

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Glitz it up ladies! Have fun with it!


Stylish Gifts for Him

Still struggling to find the perfect gift for that special man in your life? It can definitely be quite a challenge. No fear! Heres some fun gift ideas that will inspire you to treat your stylish men.

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Hope this helps a bit! We found a bunch a goodies from Don’t worry, you’ve got this!


Happy Saturday Recipe!

Recently at Amanda Judge offices, we have fallen in love with cake pops! Such a cute twist on a classic dessert, the perfect portions and just the right amount of sweet to satisfy any craving! We love how simple they are to make too, check out this recipe from! From our kitchen to yours, happy saturday and happy baking!

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How to make cake pops


A cake – Any kind of cake will do. It can be a box mix or your favorite “from scratch” recipe.

Icing – For best results, use a buttercream that is made with only butter, no shortening. (This will help your cake pops stay together better when they are dipped.)

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A plate lined with parchment paper

Cake pop sticks or sucker sticks

Candy Melts – At least 24 oz. This is also referred to as summer coating, chocolate coating or candy coating.

Styrofoam to place your cake pops in once you are finished dipping.

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Step 1: making and preparing cake

Take your cake out of the pan and dump it in a bowl. Next, using your gloved or very clean hands, mash up the cake into small crumbs.

Next, add a small amount of icing to your cake crumbs. You will want to add about a ½ cup of icing for 5 cups of crumbs. Again, using your hands, mix up the icing and cake until it is fully incorporated and the cake can form into balls and hold together.

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Step 2: forming the cake pops

Using an ice cream scooper, scoop out your cake pops, then using your hands, roll the cake pops into tight balls.

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Step 3: inserting sticks and freezing

Place them on your plate and insert the sticks about half to three- quarters of the way into the cake pop.

Place them in the freezer for at least one hour.

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Step 4: Remove from freezer and melt chocolate

After an hour, pull your cake pops out of the freezer. They need a few minutes to warm up just a little.

If it takes longer than 15-20 minutes to melt your chocolate, place your cake pops in the refrigerator, then let them warm slightly before dipping.

Melt your chocolates according to package instructions.

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Step 5: dipping time!

Gently dip your cake pops into the candy melts all the way to the stick, don’t twist them too much and don’t let them touch the sides or the bottom of the bowl.

You can use the spatula to push the chocolate up to the stick as you turn the cake pop. Gently pull them out and shake them carefully. You can also tap them gently on the side of the bowl. Once you have gotten most of the extra chocolate off the cake pops, twirl it just a little while shaking it gently to help even out the remaining chocolate.

Then place the cake pop upright in the Styrofoam to dry.

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Step 6: finish dipping and enjoy!

Continue to dip the remaining cake pops into the chocolate.

Place in the refrigerator for 10 minutes and enjoy!

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Have a wonderful saturday!