Wedding Hairstyles with Crown – It’s pretty dreamy to think about walking down the aisle in a wedding hairstyle with flower Crown. For the boho gals, their hair in loose, long waves under the perfect floral crown. For the more classic brides, a single bloom highlighting a sophisticated updo. Either way, floral hair accessories add a little bit of natural whimsy to your wedding look.
First up, wedding flower crowns are such a soft way to accent your hair. Personally, I’m a big fan of baby’s breath, so this crown above is just my cup of tea: simple, natural, uncomplicated. However, if you want to bring a little Coachella festival-inspired fun to your wedding look, these generously sized floral crowns below, will be right up your alley. Filled with soft, voluminous blooms, they make a definite bohemian statement.
If you love a crown, but want to keep it on the minimal side, just wear a simple, thin band. Above, this white flower crown goes perfectly with this bride’s full, stunning red hair. A length of floral “vine” works well when you want to weave flowers throughout your updo. This structured, braided style (below) features a simple row of white flowers along the top.
But if you want to wear your hair in a different style, it could be a floral clip works better than a crown. This flower and feather clip (below) adds just the right amount of drama to an otherwise sensible bob (and goodness knows, I love a sensible bob). Ladies with shorter hair might feel like they don’t have a ton of options of their wedding day hairstyle, especially if their hair is too short for an updo. A clip is a terrific veil alternative and dresses up your modern cut.
If you also have to buy your allergy medication in bulk at Costco, you probably will want to consider a faux flower. This gorgeous bloom with crystals and tulle (below) mimics a fascinator in this loose updo. By the way, this would also look amazing on your bridesmaids, especially if you are opting for a traditional birdcage veil.
Wedding Hairstyles with Crown