"With the crowns, Joffrey has his Baratheon’s antlers, as usual, but there are roses that are creeping within it; on the other way around, Margaery has these all creeping roses. It was the idea that Margaery’s slowly beginning to wrap around and control him. [About the wedding dress] I wanted it to be a quite traditional dress in a funny way but then roses can be so pretty and I didn’t want them to be pretty, I wanted them to be slightly dangerous ‘cause I think she is. It just literally grew from there."