68 Flower Crown Ideas to Complete Your Wedding Hairstyle
There's a reason flower crowns are all the rage with brides. Your wavy locks, updo, or braids will positively blossom with beauty when accented with a wreath woven from seasonal blooms. Plus, these statement-making floral arrangements are a surefire way to add romance to your big-day look, and work as an alternative to veils, headbands, or tiaras. No matter the style of your event (or the season you're saying "I do"), a flower crown may be just the thing you need to complete your bridal look or round out your wedding party's style. Plus, these one of a kind accessories can easily be swapped in or out of your look to replace or be replaced by a veil if you're looking for more traditional photos or classic ceremony style.
For proof of these unique accessories' charm and versatility, turn to these brides, bridesmaids, flower girls, and even a few furry friends, who all wore gorgeous floral crowns to the big celebration. From bohemian to whimsical and rustic to beachy, these pretty petaled headpieces were used in a wide range of ceremonies, bringing an added dose of natural beauty to each wedding's décor. Bonus: These flower combinations would inspire some absolutely gorgeous bridal or bridal party bouquets and floral arrangements.
Want to find your perfect flower crown? Click through to see some of our favorites.
Chic Flower Crowns
This bridal party sported dresses from BHLDN (plus one suit from The Black Tux) along with simple flower crowns by Amy Osaba Design to complement their extravagant bouquets. The crowns were just the right touch alongside the bride's jeweled, crown-inspired headpiece.
White Rose Crown
For a fun and fresh addition to this couple's island-inspired wedding ensemble, the bride donned an all-white flower crown from By Emily B. made of roses and ranunculus.
Flower Girl Crown
This couple's niece was beyond adorable as the flower girl at their big day. Her sweet white dress, sparkly gold shoes, and this playful flower crown (which was created by Em Creative Floral Design) were just the right pairing for her role in the celebration!
Floral Gowns and Crowns
Grandma Flower Crowns
How sweet is this shot? This couple's beloved grandmothers took on the role of "flower grannies" for the ceremony and donned sweet flower crowns by Amy Osaba Design to match the occasion.
Baby Rose Crowns
Flower girls always look the cutest in a sweet flower crown. These adorable additions from Tara Guérard Soirée were made with baby roses and Italian ruscus and looked perfect paired with the girls' fancy dresses.
Lavender Flower Crown
Instead of a traditional veil, this bride opted to add a beautiful flower crown to her bridal look. The arrangement, made by Rosemary-Duff Florist, included roses, lavender, thistle, and exploding grass along with handmade silk butterflies crafted by a close friend.
Rose and Leaf Flower Crowns
This couple's white-clad wedding party also featured a trio of flower girls, all wearing sweet, simple flower crowns created by Lavender Green Flowers and made of skimmia leaves and ivory piano roses.
Wax Flower Crowns
Colorful Flower Crowns
Why not make your flower crowns a matched set? This bride added a colorful crown to her wedding look. Her florist, Greenwood Events, created a similar option for her daughter, too.
Tropical Flower Crown
This bride incorporated the tropical colors of her island wedding into her bridal style with a bright band of blooms including mini calla lilies, lisianthus, and freesia.
Bridesmaids' Floral Crowns
These 'maids stunned in dreamy dresses and crowns bursting with blooms. Later at the reception, the bride wore a floral wreath of her own.
Rose Flower Crown
For her Hawaii destination wedding to actor Matthew Morrison, model bride Renee Puente topped her sideswept wavy strands with a sweet wreath of bay leaves and ocean spray roses in her favorite color, lavender.
Leafy Flower Crown
A leafy wreath of baby's breath was a fitting accessory for the cute, curly-haired flower girl at this Hawaii wedding.
White Floral Crowns
Since they wore white dresses of their choice, white flower crowns were a great way to unify these bridesmaids.
Ivy Flower Crown
Post-ceremony, this bride dressed up her braided half-up-half-down hairstyle with a flower crown that coordinated with her bouquet, a cascading arrangement of vibernum berry, tuberose, dahlias, figs, variegated tree ivy, roses, pepper berry, scented geranium, and blushing bride.
Rustic Flower Crowns
With their delicate arrangements of baby's breath, white dresses, and cowboy boots, these adorable flower girls were rustic-chic from head to toe.
Peony Flower Crown
For this easygoing beachfront ceremony, the bride donned a lace Delphine Manivet gown, a whispy updo, and an arrangement of vintage cotton flowers and fresh peonies.
Mix-and-Match Bridesmaids Accessories
Fitting with their mix-and-match dresses, some of these bridesmaids sported flower crowns or hair pieces in a variety of different hairstyles.
Matching Flower Crowns
A pair of flower crowns united these brides, one who wore it with her long, curly strands and the other who accessorized pulled-back hair.
Simple Flower Crown
This West Coast bride carried a collection of eucalyptus leaves, garden roses, cotton blooms, and amaranth and debuted a floral garland wound elegantly around her long brunette locks.
Who says flower crowns are just for humans? Before serving as ring bearer, this couple's cocker spaniel was pampered at a dog spa and dressed in a floral collar.
DIY Flower Crown
To complement the cotton lace and silk-chiffon dress she designed based on her mom's gown, the bride wore an accessory of silk flowers over her sideswept wavy strands for her Georgia nuptials.
Lush Floral Crown
At this chic picnic wedding, the flower girl's crown was made of ranunculus, speckled garden roses, and sweet peas woven together.
Faux Flower Crown
Lavender Flower Crowns
Flower crowns of greenery and lavender were a romantic (and fragrant!) choice of bridesmaids' accessories.
Reception Flower Crown
This bride paired her Vera Wang gown with a traditional veil, which she later exchanged for this headpiece at her wedding. The accessory that worked perfectly with her formal bun was crafted out of the same types of flowers used in her Bella Flora bouquet: ivory garden roses, baby ivory majolicas, astilbe, white snowberries, Queen Anne's lace, and seeded eucalyptus.
Beribboned Floral Crown
Instead of tossing them onto the aisle, this flower girl handed gardenias to guests. And thanks to a pretty beribboned floral halo, everyone knew exactly who she was.
White Flower Crown
A custom halo of white flowers by Jannie Baltzer looked striking against this bride's red hair and coordinated with the details on her gown.
Shabby-Chic Flower Crowns
The bridal party's bright and cheery crowns of florals reflected the vibe of this shabby-chic wedding under the Texan sun.
Bridal Flower Crown
Maid of Honor Flower Crown
Offer your bridesmaids flower crowns as a fun wedding-day accessory—or use one to make your maid of honor stand out! Two of actress Casey Wilson's bridesmaids wore pretty pink flower crowns at her wedding.
Pink Flower Crown
This bride wore a beaded, kimono-style top from a Paris thrift store over a dress of her own design for her wedding in Texas. Her add-ons included a romantic head wreath that rested atop her short hairdo and a matching bouquet from The Nouveau Romantics, which included lavender, lilacs, sweet peas, clematis, and ranunculus.
Millinery Flower Crown
Made of millinery roses and leaves, this five-year-old flower girl's pink and red crown was just as beautiful as fresh blooms—and was able to live on as a precious keepsake.
Romantic Flower Crown
For this rainy California affair, Danielle Rowe, a florist and friend of the bride, fashioned a floral crown for the bride's short hair using white Icelandic poppies, passion vines, and eucalyptus.
Polish Flower Crown
As a nod to her Polish roots, CNN White House correspondent Michelle Kosinski wore a traditional Polish adornment over her wavy hair, as did her flower girls, including her stepdaughter, pictured here. Later during cocktail hour, each female guest was also offered a floral crown on antique silver trays. The head toppers were made of vines, leaves, flowers, and other natural bits, such as acorns.
Flower Crown Headband
Caught up in the day, this bride forgot her veil and pearl bracelet she had planned to wear to her outdoor Colorado celebration. Thanks to a pair of pearl earrings and a floral headband that she placed high up on her wavy flaxen hair, she ended up with a lovely amount of embellishment.
Flower Crown (and Leash!)
To match the rest of the bridal party, the couple's King Charles spaniel accessorized with an assortment of pink flowers around her neck and on her leash.