Beautiful wedding hair is at the top of every bride's beauty list, and there's nothing like a hair accessory to complete the look. Skip the blingy tiara and fussy hair comb for something a little more unique, natural, and oh-so-stunning: florals and leafy greens.
There's no better time than now to get your hands on blooms like cool-again baby's breath or fragrant freesias. You can also opt for lush greenery with sprigs of seeded eucalyptus or fern. Either way, adding earthy touches to your wedding-day hair with in-season florals is a gorgeous way to accessorize and we found all the inspiration you need, straight from real brides who rocked their own version of earthy bridal hairstyles.
Boho brides going with a lived-in braided style can play off the textured look with baby's breath sprinkled throughout. Meanwhile, a classic updo can turn heads with a cluster of bright blooms. For the minimalist bride, it's all about leafy greens tucked into a simple 'do for a romantic touch. The possibilities are endless, and if you're feeling this trend, we suggest teaming up your florist and hairstylist to customize your dream hairstyle for the big day.
Below, 12 of our favorite earthy hairstyles to inspire your springtime bridal hair.
A flower crown adorned with tiny buds looks soft and chic.
Sprinkle dainty buds of baby's breath throughout a messy braid for a lived-in 'do that screams boho bride.
Keep it simple with a cluster of tiny sprigs in a half-up style.
Add balance to a side updo by placing your floral hair accessory on the opposite side.
Blonde locks amplify the brightness of blooms, so why not go for it with a colorful bunch?
Leafy greens tucked into a minimalist style is understated, yet totally romantic.
Play off the texture of a messy bun with delicate baby's breath. The result is gorgeous.
Juxtapose the vibrant greenery with tiny dark buds for a moody look that's cool-girl approved.
For a vintage vibe, play with texture and add variety with a pop of green.
This lush cluster of tiny flowers is a statement-maker that won't outshine the hairstyle.
Shiny brown hair complements earthy green leaves in the most beautiful way.
Sometimes less is more, and a single large flower against a bevy of bouncy curls makes a perfect pairing.