Wedding Flower Crowns

Flower crowns have been used for thousands of years, dating back to ancient Greece and Rome. They have always been associated with celebrations, making them perfect for weddings! Also, what girl doesn’t want an excuse for flowers in her hair? Really.

Something simple, but festive, and vibrant. Add life to your wedding look with a matching flower crown. SO CUTE.


White roses! Who gets tired of white roses? Nobody. They are so lovely!! Perfect compliment to a white dress.


Non-traditional weddings call for non-traditional accessories. Colorful leaves with a more casual look add the right amount of gorgeous!


Big flower crown, aka, hands-free bouquet. You can throw your flower crown instead, be different.


Daisies. Can you get more fairytale than daisies? No, not really.


It’s not just about wearing flowers. It’s about how you feel when you’re wearing flowers. Close your eyes and imagine it. See?


You can still wear colors while in an all-white dress! This look wouldn’t be complete without the flowers.


Even winter weddings can benefit from a bit of life.


Show off your colorful personality with a colorful band of flowers! BAM! Love itttt.


Julie Paisley Photography / Styled By Chrystal / Gossamer via Style Me Pretty
Martina Wedland Photography / Beata Events /  via The Bridal Detective
Jennefer Wilson via Style Me Pretty
Kerry Ann Duffy Photography / Frida & Sophia Floral Design / via Bridal Musings
The Robertsons via Style Me Pretty
Erich McVey via The Wedding Chicks
Matt Waugh Photography / Martin Roberts Design / via Green Wedding Shoes
Curious Fair / Rebecca Goddard Photography / Isabelle Rowe / via Bridal Musings
Nicole Dianne Photography  / Thistle & Honey Flower & Design / via The Wedding Chicks



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