10 DIY Spring Wedding Flower Crowns
Floral crowns, once the go-to accessory for all boho brides, have branched out to fit any bridal style. Here are 10 DIY flower crowns for spring weddings!
1. Bright & Colorful
This vibrant floral crown features everything from big ruffly garden roses to tiny berries. We think this would be especially stunning on a bride who has opted to wear a gray or black wedding dress on her trip down the aisle.
2. Simple & Understated
Proof that you don’t need your floral crown to be big and loud to have an impact, this simple option is sweet and simple. Wear with short hair or a simple updo when you want your wedding dress to be the star of the show.
3. Berry Untamed
Brides who are planning boho or garden weddings will love the wild quality to this lively DIY flower crown. Although we love the flowers, the real dynamo is the inclusion of indigo-hued viburnum berries.
4. Daisy Chain
An elevated version of a hippie-chic daisy chain crown, this DIY project is simple and straightforward. Use daisies throughout and then weave in tiny flowers and pretty sprigs of greenery.
5. Bridesmaids in Bloom
No one should try making any wedding DIY project for the first time without a little practice. Try out your floral crown skills at your bridal shower with your besties!
6. Clustered Accent
Of course, a DIY flower crown doesn’t have to be flowers all the way around. Cluster similarly-hued flowers together on one side for an elegant monochromatic statement.
7. Golden Glow
Modern brides that are digging metallic accents should consider a floral crown that has been thoroughly coated with gold spray paint. The effect is cool and looks beautiful with white.
8. Faux Flowers
Real flowers are stunning, but there are also plenty of reasons to use faux blooms instead. Not only are some brides sensitive to flowers, floral crowns are often not the sturdiest of wedding day accessories.
9. Succulent Subtlety
Desert brides, take note! This all-succulent floral crown is a subtle and beautiful choice for a modern garden or Southwest-themed event.
10. With a Veil
You don’t have to choose between a floral crown and a veil. Wear both as this lovely bride above is modeling, with a simple crown resting at the top, and securing it down.