5 Earthy Fall Floral Crowns Autumn Brides Will Love

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Fall Floral Crowns

Photo: Lindsey Shaun

Think twice before you assume that the floral crown is reserved for summer and spring weddings only. Autumn's natural rustic and bohemian nature serves as the perfect inspiration for a romantic halo of beautiful fall flowers and leaves. The season's wild vibes lend more room for a free woodland look that is perfectly unpolished. Branches and twigs, jewel-toned flowers, golden-hued leaves, wheat and straw — whichever earthy elements you choose, you can't go wrong. A fall color palette offers deep, gorgeous shades — the moody style will pop against a white wedding dress. Pair it with a matching bold lip to make a statement or choose a neutral lip to keep all eyes on the crown. These stunning floral crowns are rich in autumn inspiration.

A wild mix of brambles, flora, and fauna is perfectly fitting for a woodland princess. Red and mauve hues pay tribute to the romance of autumn. Wear a free-spirited crown like this with hair down. Tousled curls can create a bohemian look, while softly coifed waves can bring a chic vibe that elegantly juxtaposes with the earthy crown.

The husky hues of plum and sage in this crown bring out fall's softer side. Whispers of leaves bring texture to the piece with dark but subtle colors that frame a single peach rose above the ear. A look like this is best paired with a pulled back hairstyle to bring the rose's prominence to full effect.

Flower Crowns for Fall Weddings

Photo: Kayla Barker

Rocking an updo? The headpiece should be heavy in nature on the side of your chignon and light on the other side. This romantic style keeps the colors simple but the design striking. Marsala florals and greenery are spray painted for a golden touch that is both elegant and a bit bohemian.

Fall Floral Crowns for Weddings

Photo: Sonya Khegay

The blush rosebuds and fern leaves offer a neutral palette for dark berries to pop against. Paying tribute to the season, the succulents add another touch of nature for a crown that looks like it was pulled straight from a garden.

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This whimsical headband plays up the romantic and rustic side of New England fall. Blooms in cream, yellow, and purple, are complemented by berries and acorns for an organic feel. This cluster of nature makes a statement on a simple neutral band for a fun twist on the traditional flower crown.

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