Top 10 Picks for the Dreamiest Flower Crowns
Whether you’re dreaming of a seaside beach wedding, woodland fête or a backyard bohemian bash, there’s a flower crown to suite your style. Spring is officially here, which means the start of anemone, lilac, tulip and azalea season (among many others)! Celebrate the season’s return by ogling these amazing flower crowns.
A Big, Bright Bohemian Flower Crown
A mix of large and small blooms with a bit of greenrey, like these eucalyptus leaves, orange ranunculus, pink hypericum berries and purple wax flowers make a bold statement. And when it comes to boho blooms? The brighter, the better.
Something Sweet and Simple
A simple crown of greenery and baby’s breath is about as ethereal as you can get, especially when you’re all dolled up in a white gown.
Finished with a Feather
Finish off your flower crown with a personal detail that makes it totally “you.” A feather, lace trimmings or piece of jewelry will do the trick.
Tropical Flower Crown
For a destination wedding, get inspired by the local blooms. Not only is it a great nod to the selected locale, but it may be less expensive than chosing your stems elsewhere and shipping them.
For something a little more offbeat, add a couple succulents to your flower crown. Since they don’t have petals, they’ll stay in great condition no matter the weather!
Loose Waves with Daisies
Want to show off your locks, but don’t want to give up using florals? Ask your hairdresser to apply single stems throughout your hairstyle for a garden-fresh look that pulls your braid and blooms together.
Statement Floral Headband
For a different take on the flower crown, pick one big statement stem and fasten it to a headband. It’s perfect for the kiddos in the wedding party who are sure to be running around, or for the bride who wants to switch up her hairstyle for a new reception look.
Flower Crown Jewelry
More of a jewelry kind of girl? There are plenty of pearl, gem and crystal encrusted headpieces that give you the look of a flower crown with the feeling of a shiny accessory.
A greenery crown might be perfect for that hot, midsummer wedding if you’re worried about wilty blooms.
To The Side
If you don’t want a full flower crown, ask your florist to cluster a few blooms on the side of a crown of greenery. Consider it the minimalist take on the boho trend.