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.
1. A Big, Bright Bohemian Flower CrownIan Joseph Jones
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.
From: A Bohemian Beach Wedding at a Private Residence in Pompano Beach, Florida
2. Something Sweet and SimpleLoreto Caceres Photography
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.
From: A Glam Park Wedding at Boathouse in Prospect Park in Brooklyn, New York
3. Beach Chic with Garden RosesRiverland Studios
Are you tying the knot amidst gusts of wind? A flower crown makes for a beautiful veil substitute if you’re looking for something that won’t get swept up in the weather.
From: A Romantic, DIY Beach Wedding at the Omni Hilton Head Oceanfront Resort in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
4. Loose Waves with DaisiesBrooke Pavel Photography
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.
From: A Colorful Bohemian Wedding at the Stonehaven Barn in De Soto, Iowa
5. Finished with a FeatherAmber Vickery Photography
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.
From: A Natural, Traditional Wedding at Chisos Mountain Lodge in Big Bend National Park, Texas
6. Statement Floral HeadbandMichelle Lange Photography
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.
A Vintage, ‘Alice in Wonderland’-Inspired Wedding at Ryland Inn in Whitehouse Station, New Jersey
7. Flower Crown JewelryLev Kuperman Photography
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.
From: A Stunning Natural Wedding at Liberty House Restaurant in Jersey City, New Jersey
8. Winter Berry CrownRebekah J. Murray Photography
Flowers not your thing? Berries are just as stunning: try Viburnum dentate berries, pepper berries, berzelia or brunia berries for a textured look that’s more woodland than garden.
From: A Bohemian Winter Wedding at Thorpewood in Thurmont, Maryland
9. Tropical Flower CrownChris J. Evans Photography
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.
From: A Natural, Tropical Wedding at White Orchid Beach House in Maui, Hawaii
10. Matching Wedding Party CrownsNbarrett Photography
Going with the mismatched wedding party look? Give them one accessory that will tie the girls together and stand out from the crowd. Like bright orange and yellow flower crowns!
From: A Rustic, Whimsical Wedding at Golden Homestead in Golden, Texas
11. Lush Pink BloomsThe Nichols
We love the look of different flowers in the same color, like this bundle of ranunculuses and astilbe, arranged together with a eucalyptus wreath—the different textures and shapes are enough to set them apart while still looking cohesive.
From: An Ethereal Vintage Chic Wedding at Winfield Inn in Kyle, Texas
12. Woodland Wedding Flower CrownAustin Gros
The perfect flower crown for a woodland wedding? A small halo of evergreen leaves and pale pink carnations (they’re sturdy and long-lasting, perfect for an all-night accessory).
From: A Formal, DIY Woodland Wedding With a Bohemian Spin at a Private Residence in Sebastopol, California
13. Matching Bridal Bouquet and Flower CrownJana Marie Photography
Use the same florals in your bouquet and headpiece for a totally pulled together look, like these gardenias, blush roses, and peach hypericum berries that create synergy between both arrangements.
From: A Colorful DIY Wedding at Historic Taylor Barn in Lawrence, Kansas
14. Pops of PinkWillow Noavi Photography
A simple flower crown can be dressed up with a couple bright pops of color—take the look one step further by applying a matching lip color.
A Bohemian Backyard Wedding in Hillsdale, Michigan
15. Succulent AccentsFeather & Twine Photography
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!
From: A Boho Chic, DIY Wedding at a Private Residence in Anahuac, Texas
16. Romanic UpdoAbby Fox Photography
Give your messy updo even more of romantic vibes with a flower crown of daisies, pink astilbe and roses.
From: A Whimsical Wedding at a Private Residence in Holland, Michigan
17. Simple GreeneryBriana Calderon Photography
A greenery crown might be perfect for that hot, midsummer wedding if you’re worried about wilty blooms.
From: A Relaxed, Romantic Wedding at Retzlaff Vineyards Winery in Livermore, California
18. Styled With Half-Up Wavesonelove photography
The perfect accessory for a half-up wavy bridal hairstyle? A simple flower crown of greenery and small white blooms.
From: A Laid-Back Vintage Ranch Wedding at Triple S Ranch in Calistoga, California
19. Same Color, Different SizesWendy Laurel
For a very put-together flower crown, choose one main floral color but keeps things interesting with different varieties of blooms. Playing with petal shapes and sizes will create a sense depth within a single color palette.
From: An Intimate, Tropical Wedding at the Sugarman Estate in Maui, Hawaii
20. To The SideCameron Ingalls Inc.
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.
From: A Rustic Winery Wedding at Greengate Ranch & Vineyard in San Luis Obispo, California
21. Crown of IvyRachel Jane Photography
Ivy is a deeper shade of green sometimes boardering on a deep blue hue, which makes it perfect for a moodier color palette.
From: A Romantic Garden Wedding With Vintage Details at Franciscan Gardens in San Juan Capistrano, California
22. Styled With a VeilNicole Ryan Photography
Opting for a flower crown doesn’t mean you have to forgo a traditional veil—you can have them both!
From: A Glam, Bohemian Wedding at The Sanctuary Event Space in Austin, Texas