Fashion & Beauty

Floral Wedding Hair Accessories

Spring is all about channeling your inner flower child. And on your wedding day you can definitely do just that with a stunning crown or clip.

Spring is all about channeling your inner flower child. And on your wedding day you can definitely do just that with a stunning crown or clip. From boho chic to retro glam, every bride can wear blooms in her hair.  Check out this roundup of clips, combs, and crowns to find your ideal wedding day accessory.

These crowns filled with silk flowers (above, and below, left) are just as pretty as real ones, but sturdy enough to make it through a wedding day. We especially love these options on junior bridesmaids and older flower girls. For the younger set, give them a flower of their own with a silk rosette attached to a hair band (below, right). They will love the ornament on their flouncy ponytail.

 

Flowers aren’t just for the boho contingent. Retro brides look positively dahling with a perfectly placed flower tucked above the ear of a curled (above) or loose updo (below). These brides should look for roses or gardenias (either real or faux) for an authentically retro look.

Modern brides will appreciate a flower clip constructed out of metals for a crisp, up-to-date accessory (above). Whereas boho and rustic brides will love the soft touch of silk petals with their relaxed vibe (below).

Traditional brides who want a hint of old-fashioned femininity and don’t want to go the veil route should search for a large floral comb to tuck into soft, cascading waves (below).

You don’t need big blooms for a floral effect. These two crowns (above and below) are delicate and sweet, with crystal and pearl buds. Both look a bit like illuminated baby’s breath when they catch the light–perfect for brides who love themselves a little extra sparkle.

But maybe you don’t want faux flowers.  Pin in tiny blossoms and succulents into a braided updo for a naturally beautiful result. This bride below blends the best of modern with boho for this unique look.

You can also take a swath of smaller blooms or herbs and use them clipped in to a simple chignon. Lighter colored flowers with a bit of greenery look excellent with blonde hair (below)!

Shrinking violets need not apply!  This over-the-top floral crown (below) is for a bold, vivacious bride who wholeheartedly embraces color. Pair this with an equally powerful dress and a bright lip and you are good to go for your saunter down the aisle!

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