Every bride is a princess on her big day and every princess needs a crown. So, what better crown than one made of blossoms, blooms and even the odd berry? Bridal flower crowns come in myriad styles, from beautiful and bountiful boho chic to simple, subtle and purely elegant. Here are just some of our favourites this season…
This boho floral crown is supposed to echo the woodlands in which this bride’s wedding was held and, as such, features lashings of raw greenery and foliage, as well as local wildflowers and, even, berries.
The oh-so-hardy flowers and greenery in this soft and simple floral crown are tea tree – and the flowers are available all year round.
Featuring mini roses, Dusty Miller, Sedum and Trick Carnations, these matching flower crowns look just as sweet on the bride as they do on her darling flower girl.
An exquisite combination of Delphiniums, mini roses, bully buttons, Easter daisies and Geraldton wax, this bride’s flower crown even features miniature succulents from her own garden!
Featuring nothing but rows of beautiful Baby’s Breath (Gypsophilia), this effortless crown of delicate blooms is nonetheless impactful and gorgeous!
Dripping with lavender and jasmine stock, we can only imagine how lovely this bride would have smelled as she floated down the aisle – and don’t miss the giant protea in the bride’s bouquet!
Believe it or not, the statice, asters, fern, eucalyptus and native berries featured in this bride’s flower crown are all artificial! Yes, none of the vibrant florals are real. The bride wanted bright wildflowers that wouldn’t wilt in the Summer sun, so Tracy from Unique Flowers and Fine Art created exactly what she wanted – from silk blooms!
A vintage inspired crown, this intricate collection of blooms ‘n’ berries includes Jana and Vintage Lace roses, hyacinths, chrysanthemum buttons, blushing bride, Erica, peppercorn and hypericum berries as well as thryptomene and eriostmoen all tied together with a nude satin ribbon.
Pure white daisies dotted with their sunny yellow centres make for a beautiful Spring floral crown. Pepper a few blooms throughout the rest of your hair for added effect.
This bride flew from the UK to Australia to marry her love and she wanted a bouquet and flower crown that was as bright as Western Australia’s Summer sun. So, her florist, Sweet Floral, filled it with spray roses, Lissianthus, green bird Chrissies and other soft greenery.