While we love a traditional veil, it’s safe to say that we’re suckers for wedding flower crowns. It seems like brides everywhere can agree, too, as many are exchanging a veil or jeweled headpiece for one of these blooming halos as the finishing touch to their wedding hairstyles.
Aside from being absolutely stunning, one of the greatest things about wedding flower crowns is just how versatile they are. Throwing a summer wedding? Completing your wedding look with a vibrant flower crown will give you that fresh, garden-party appearance. Flower crowns can also add an effortless, bohemian vibe to your bridal style. Your bridal party can even get in on the floral fun! Crown your flower girl with a halo of baby's breath for an adorably angelic look. Floral wreathes 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 so chic. Just add a sprinkling of snow for all the whimsical winter vibes!
Ready to dress up your wedding hairstyle with these beautiful blooming halos? Below, see 41 wedding flower crown ideas that could be the perfect finishing touch to your wedding hairstyle.
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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 bold and bright flower crown is perfect for a tropical destination wedding.
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.
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!
For a playful twist, this bride added colorful beads to her crown, saving the blooms for the back.
Whoever said that flower crowns have to be demure? We love this bold crown of bright red blooms!
How gorgeous is this lush flower crown full of colorful blooms?! It's the perfect contrast to the bride's clean and simple wedding dress.
At this bride's beach wedding in Brazil, she completed her effortless look with a flower crown dotted with lilacs and daisies.
Green and white is a classic wedding color palette. It even works for flower crowns!
This flower crown of white buds and greenery looks positively angelic.
Give your flower girl a crown of beautiful blooms, and she'll feel like the most special girl in the world!
An all-white floral crown will go with practically any bridal style or wedding theme.
This large and lush flower crown and its punchy pink hue is the very definition of "Go big or go home!"
We love the gorgeous simplicity of this bride's wreath of white roses.
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!
While not necessarily a flower crown, per se, this bride's vibrant red bloom is an incredibly memorable and fun wedding hair accessory.
Flower crowns can be edgy, too! Add a leather jacket for an instant "cool girl" feel.
For fall brides, add berries and mixed greenery to your crown. Don't forget to give your maid of honor a hairpiece that echoes your design.
Dainty blossoms with a hint of lavender serve as the optimal choice for minimal brides.
A mix of bright and hot pink hues enhances the exotic vibe of a tropical wedding.
Sometimes a few flowers are just not enough. Don't be afraid to mix different hues and blooms.
The black ribbon attached to this crown gives the look an edgier feel.
White blooms mixed with greenery create the perfect winter flower crown.
White blooms give an ethereal finish to your bridal look.
While many brides opt for freshly-picked blooms, aging petals add a vintage touch.
Bright and beautiful, this bride chose a mix of blooms, herbs, and greenery for her crown.
Delicate florals prove to be effortlessly chic.
We can't stop obsessing over this mix of roses, lilies, and greenery.
With hues of bright orange, plum, and pink, it's hard not to fall head over heels for this flower crown.
A mix of red and dusted pink roses are perfect for romantic brides.
This bride's simple crown still manages to make a statement.
Mini yellow and orange florals stand out against this bride's white gown.
Sunflowers and daisies add a sense of playfulness to this bride's halo.
Deep plums and purples serve as the perfect fit for a fall or winter wedding.
Delicate buds of baby's breath give this crown an ethereal vibe.
Who says you only have to have one halo? Two flower crowns prove to be extra statement-worthy.
If you'd rather your crown take center stage, opt for bigger florals like peonies or zinnias.
Beach brides, this flower crown is for you.
A mix of blue, red, and white blooms prove to be dreamy and oh-so romantic.
A gorgeous crown can add flair to a simple gown.
If you don't feel like rocking a full halo, a half crown looks just as stunning.
Statement sleeves and a statement crown? This bride might be onto something...
Winter brides, rejoice. This flower crown is suited to every wedding season.