It's pretty dreamy to think about walking down the aisle in a wedding hairstyle with flowers. 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.
I love vintage when it incorporates a modern wink. This oversized flower and foliage paired with some serious ringlets is hardly a traditional choice. But the size adds a bit of playfulness to an otherwise totally old-fashioned look!
Something Southern brides have mastered for years? The value of just a couple of fresh flowers in your hair. Above, this wavy updo has two gardenias pinned at the base. Below, these sweet brides show off their very feminine wedding hairstyles, complete with roses.