52 Whimsical Wedding Hairstyles Featuring Flower Crowns



While we love a traditional veil, it’s safe to say we’re suckers for wedding-day flower crowns. It seems like brides everywhere can agree, too, as many are exchanging veils and jeweled headpieces for one of these blooming halos. Aside from being absolutely stunning, wedding flower crowns are exceptionally versatile wedding hairstyles. Throwing a summer wedding? A vibrant flower crown will give you that fresh, garden-party appearance or add an effortless, bohemian vibe to your bridal style. Even your bridal party can get in on the floral fun, or you can crown a flower girl with a halo of baby's breath for an adorably angelic look. Floral wreaths might just be the ultimate wedding hairstyle accessory.

To find a flower crown that's quintessentially you, consider two factors: your personal style and the climate of your wedding. If you're more of an ethereal, go-with-the-flow type of bride getting married in the spring, try a wreath of tiny white flowers, maybe intertwined with small pearls—so subtle and delicate. Those getting married in a tropical climate might want to consider a punchy wedding flower crown, featuring blooms in an array of bright, bold colors. (Then, tie it all together with a lipstick color that matches one of the flowers in your crown—perhaps a pop of red or pink.) Even winter brides can wear flower crowns: A wreath with acorns and greenery or a crown of blooms in deep burgundy hues and pretty plum shades, paired with cashmere wraps and fur muffs, will look oh-so chic. Just add a sprinkling of snow for all the whimsical winter vibes.

Scroll on for wedding flower crown ideas that could be the perfect finishing touch to your wedding hairstyle.

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Precious Pastels

Bridal portrait

Chelsea Diane Photography 

Instead of the traditional veil, this bride wore a flower crown of white ranunculus, porcelina spray roses, and baby's breath at her backyard wedding in Virginia. This look is sweet as can be.

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Be Bold

Bridal portrait

Michelle Scott Photography 

This bold and bright flower crown is stunning for a tropical destination wedding. We love how the warm-hued blooms pick up the gold in that metallic dress and reflect this bride's radiant, glowing skin tone.

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An Earthy Approach

Vow exchange

Mackenzie Neville 

This bride's boho wreath is proof that you don't necessarily need flowers in your flower crown. Just a bit of greenery will do.

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Back It Up

Bridal portrait

Tara Polly Photography

For a playful twist, this bride added colorful beads to her crown, saving the blooms for the back. Focusing the large blossoms only at the nape of the neck anchors this half-up, half-down hairstyle.

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Consider a Headband


Sara Lobla 

Whoever said that flower crowns have to be demure? We love this sporty-chic headband of crimson blooms.

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Bridal Balance

Bride getting dressed

Ashley Caroline

How gorgeous is this lush flower crown full of colorful blooms? It makes for a flirty contrast to the bride's clean and simple wedding dress. The asymmetrical structure concentrates the majority of the height and drama to just one side, balancing out an otherwise overwhelming arrangement.

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A Rustic Halo

Nuptial ceremony

Sara Lobla

This bride accented her simple hairstyle with a posy of creamy white flowers and olive leaves for her rustic, Spanish countryside fête. The earthy look made for the ideal complement to the natural, pastoral landscape.

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Freshen Up


Eva Lin Photography 

Green and white is a classic wedding color palette. It even works for flower crowns, keeping the aesthetic oh-so refreshing.

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Only Organic

Bridal hair

Emilie White 

This flower crown of white buds and greenery looks positively angelic. We love the earthy, organic color scheme harmonizing with this bride's champagne-blonde locks.

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Jewel Tones

Flower girl with flower crown

Ramón Redondo of El Marco Rojo

Give your flower girl a crown of beautiful blooms, and she'll feel like the most special girl in the world. Who wouldn't with this jewel-toned masterpiece atop their heads?

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White Out


Yessica Cruz 

An all-white floral crown will go with practically any bridal style or wedding theme. It is the quintessential bridal color, after all.

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Bigger Is Better


Jennifer Boomer 

This large and lush flower crown and its punchy pink coloring is the very definition of "go big or go home." We're picking up some major Frida Kahlo vibes here.

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Minimalist Mode

Bridal portrait

Rachel Havel Photography 

We love the gorgeous simplicity of this bride's wreath of white roses accented with greenery.

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A Crew of Crowns

Bridal party

Corbin Gurkin 

Florals for spring? We're obsessed with this total look for the entire bride squad. At Annie Starke's at-home wedding, the bride and all of her bridesmaids donned delicate flower crowns that added to the chic-bohemian vibe.

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A Bedecked Party


Chowen Photography 

If you love the vibe of flower crowns but don't necessarily want to wear one yourself, simply crown your bridesmaids with floral wreaths instead.

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A Concentrated Alternative

Bridal portrait

Stoffer Photography 

While not necessarily a flower crown, per se, this bride's vibrant red bloom is an incredibly memorable and fun wedding hair accessory. It's like a corsage for the hair.

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Edge Factor

Bridal portrait

Jessie Schultz 

Flower crowns can be edgy, too. Add a leather jacket for an instant cool-girl feel.

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A Perfect Pair


Dawn Photography 

For fall brides, add berries and mixed greenery to your crown.

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A Daisy Chain

Bridal portrait

Sylvie Gil; Event Planning by Jesse Tombs for Alison Events; Hair by Sherrie Long; Floral Design by Charlotte & Daughters 

This bride donned a delicate chain of tiny daisy buds for her wedding celebration in San Francisco.

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Heaven Scent

Bridal portrait

Martin Slechta of Everbay Co. 

Dainty blossoms with a hint of lavender serve as the optimal choice for minimal brides. Bonus: Your hair will smell just as good as it looks.

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Pretty in Pink


Jessie Schultz 

A mix of bright and hot pink hues enhances the exotic vibe of a tropical wedding. We love how these feminine tones are further accentuated by that sunset glow.

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Mix and Match

Bridal portrait

Jessie Schultz 

Sometimes a few flowers are just not enough. Don't be afraid to mix different shades and blooms.

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Add Contrast

Bridal portrait

Jessie Schultz

The black ribbon attached to this crown gives the look an edgier feel. It is also a great way to ensure that your halo has a snug fit as it's entirely customizable.

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Iced Out

Newlyweds kissing in the snow

Dawn Photography

White blooms mixed with greenery create the perfect winter flower crown.

Add some hints of crystal for an icy, frozen goddess aesthetic. Dusty, moody tones or crimsons and scarlets are also great for seasonal winter weddings.

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A Blossoming 'Do



At this bride's beach wedding in Brazil, she completed her effortless look with a flower crown dotted with lilacs and daisies.

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A White Wonder

Newlyweds kissing

Jordan Voth

White blooms give an ethereal finish to your bridal look and match just about any décor or venue.

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Better With Age


Katch Silva

While many brides opt for freshly picked blooms, aging petals add a vintage touch.

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An Herbaceous Blend


Katch Silva 

Bright and beautiful, this bride chose a mix of blooms, herbs, and greenery for her crown.

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Dainty Details

Bridal portrait

Katherine Dalton 

Delicate florals prove to be effortlessly chic. A crown of baby's breath is always a win in our book.

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Radiantly Regal


Sara Richardson; Event Planning by Amy Abbott Events; Floral Design by Pina Hernandez

Now, this is a regal headpiece. This bride rocked a wreath of garden roses and local greenery for her seaside nuptials in San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico.

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Mix It Up


Katherine Dalton

We can't stop obsessing over this mix of roses, lilies, and greenery.

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Play With Textures


Katch Silva 

With shades of bright orange, plum, and pink, it's hard not to fall head over heels for this flower crown. We especially love the textures of the florals adding some extra dimension to the look.

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A Blooming Romance


Katherine Dalton

A mix of red and dusty pink roses is beautiful for romantic brides. The symmetry and fullness of this particular wreath look exquisite with the bride's lace dress.

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A Simple Statement

Vow exchange

Levi Tijerina Photography 

This bride's simple crown still manages to make a statement without completely overpowering her ensemble.

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A Youthful Bunch


Levi Tijerina Photography

Mini yellow and orange florals stand out against this bride's white gown. Such a spritely and enchanted look amongst the lush, green environment.

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Something Blue

Newlyweds kissing

Kristin Sweeting; Hair by Shear Abby  

This dainty crown starts off with a minimalist approach of tiny white buds and greenery in the front and then blossoms into a posy of vibrant blue delphinium at the back. Her outdoorsy Colorado nuptials made for the ideal setting to rock this organic, wildflower headpiece.

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A Vibrant Contrast


Levi Tijerina Photography 

Sunflowers and daisies add a sense of playfulness to this bride's halo. We're obsessed with the look of the saturated golds and citrus hues against her dark hair.

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Moody Shades

Bridal portrait

Katherine Dalton 

Deep plums and purples serve as a decadent addition to a fall or winter wedding.

Experiment with the placement of your floral crown to change up the look. This bride wore hers very far back, circling the crown of the head like an angelic halo rather than placing it horizontally atop her head in the more traditional manner.

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A Delicate Display

Baby's breath floral crown

Rad + In Love

Delicate buds of baby's breath give this crown an ethereal vibe.

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More Is More


Rad + In Love 

Who says you only have to have one halo? Two flower crowns prove to be extra statement-worthy.

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Bunches of Baby's Breath

Bride and bridesmaids

Erich McVey; Event Planning by Paper Diamonds; Hair by Alexandul; Floral Design by Paper Diamonds


All of these bridesmaids accented their different hairstyles with varying displays of baby's breath, from a full crown to a single swag to a spray of buds interspersed throughout a braid, for the bride's destination wedding in Bali. We love how each beauty was able to show off her individual style and personality while still maintaining a degree of uniformity.

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Big Blooms

Bridal portrait

Ready Luck

If you'd rather your crown take center stage, opt for bigger florals like peonies or zinnias. Take note of this brides placement: Wrapping the headpiece horizontally across her forehead (like a headband) balances out the height of her hair without adding extra inches.

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Sunshine Hues


Rad + In Love 

Beach brides, this flower crown is for you. Sunny shades radiate a warmth that rivals that of the coastal nuptials.

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Patriotic Perfection

Bridal portait

Ready Luck 

A mix of blue, red, and white blooms proves to be dreamy and oh-so romantic. Who knew a patriotic bridal look could be so stunning?

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Pretty and Pure


Echoes & Wild Hearts; Hair by George Marascas; Floral Design by Green Factory Chania 

This sweet flower crown of creamy white blossoms is so pure it's absolute perfection. We love the contrast against the bride's glossy, dark locks for her summer wedding in Greece.

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Crowning Glory

Bride getting ready

Rad + In Love 

A gorgeous crown can add flair to a simple gown and unquestionably draws the eyes upward to your stunning features.

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Better Half

Bridal portrait

Tyler Branch

If you don't feel like rocking a full halo, a half-crown looks just as stunning. We love how the texture of the blooms mimics that of the lace dress.

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Make a Statement

Bridal portrait

Ready Luck 

Statement sleeves and a statement crown? This bride might be onto something...

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A Wintry Mix

Bridal portrait

Tyler Branch

Winter brides, rejoice. This flower crown is suited to every wedding season.

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Dusty Tones


Mike Larson; Event Planning by Bash Please; Hair by Katie Nash Beauty; Floral Design by Marigold 

In lieu of a full floral crown, bride Sarah nestled an assortment of dusty-hued roses and ranunculus into the half-up, half-down 'do for her autumnal vineyard wedding in Napa, California.

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A Perfect Palette

Bridesmaid with flower crown

Mike Larson; Event Planning by Bash Please; Hair by Katie Nash Beauty; Floral Design by Marigold  

Sarah continued the aesthetic with her bridesmaids who sported floral halos with various mixtures of eucalyptus, roses, ranunculus, dahlias, and greenery. All of the headpieces maintained the color scheme of dusty greens, ochres, mauves, and peach.

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A Bouquet Alternative

Bridesmaid with flower crown

Mike Larson; Event Planning by Bash Please; Hair by Katie Nash Beauty; Floral Design by Marigold 

"I had [my bridesmaids] wear flower crowns instead of carrying bouquets, which made them look like autumn fairies," says bride Brooke. We have to agree: All of the ladies look every bit the enchanted storybook princess.

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