How To Wear A Flower Crown

We have seen them on brides, bridesmaids and flower girls, and they can be made from so many different types of flowers to complement the style of your wedding!

Over the past few years, floral headpieces have been a huge trend at bohemian weddings, but we are now seeing more sophisticated ways to style them. From ready-to-wear collections to bridal catwalks, the classical flower crown keeps getting new shapes. While bright oversized blooms mixed with green leaves are great for relaxed beach and countryside weddings, delicate baby’s breath, freesias and mini ranunculus flowers look great with even the most traditional white gown. It just the matter of choosing the right style!

The most popular flower varieties used for headpieces are roses and peonies because they are just so beautiful and romantic. Together with tulips, dahlias and carnations in soft shades of pinks and ivories, they are great for classical brides, while bright eclectic mixes of flowers, leaves and even details like berries and feathers are the new trend at bohemian weddings. The more personal you make your crown, the better it will look!

Asymmetrical flower crowns are very subtle and easier to pull off than the classical full circle ones, but it is always best to ask your hair stylist which shape is best suited for you. Crowns made from lush leaves instead of flowers are the latest craze, and it looks amazing with loose, wavy hair, but brides who prefer a bit of sparkle can opt for bejewelled crowns instead.

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