Whether in a magazine, on a runway, on Pinterest, or in-person, we’ve all seen them – floral headpieces are everywhere! They’re the latest trend in wedding attire and honestly, we can’t get enough! Full on flower crowns to delicate florals placed in a braid, there are so many ways to incorporate fresh (or fake!) blooms into your wedding hairstyle.
Looking for a bit of inspiration? We’ve got you covered! Keep reading to see 11 of our absolute favorite wedding hairstyles using floral headpieces.
Flowers have different meanings, and that’s what makes them infinitely beautiful. Maybe your wedding is inspired by the springtime, or you just want to adorn your garments with the delicacy of blooms. Here I’ll show you some ideas on how you can actually wear or use flowers for your wedding-day look.
1. Mini Daisy Crown
If you’re planning to style your hair with a high bun, consider crowning your head with the innocence and cheerfulness of daisies or similar flower.
2. Romantic Low Bun
You can finish your hairstyle with a simple and graceful detail by wearing a flower clip or comb to beautifully contrast the color of your dress.
3. Floral Queen of Love
4. Rustic Braid
Feminine and elegant. Braids provide your look with a fresh yet chic style that you can boost by adding in some delicate flowers.
5. Lush Garden Crown
When it comes to flower crowns – the bigger the better! Try a large, lush crown to really step-up the romance and that perfectly coordinates with your bridal bouquet.
6. Small Flower Accent
Dress: Kennedy Blue Charlotte
Minimalistic, yet still romantic. Wearing your hair half-up? Small flowery details will add the perfect amount of femininity to your look!
7. Asymmetrical Floral Diadem
Dress: Kennedy Blue Hannah
A very versatile accessory that accommodates to almost any hairstyle is a diadem. If you’re wearing a high bun or just want to wear your hair down, then you should think of wearing an asymmetrical headpiece to off-set the look.
8. Hair Comb Details
Gerberas, lilies or a few lush dahlias. A small flower comb will add a touch of freshness and simplicity to your wedding-day look.
9. Chic Flower Crown
Show off those long locks with a fresh and vibrant flower crown that you can DIY! Learn how to make this flower crown for yourself down below.
10. A Fresh Single Flower
Some flowers present their own beauty by themselves, like Magnolias, Lotus, Petunias, Dahlias, etc. Their amazing singularity can be a part of your outfit if you bring them with you not only in your bouquet, but in your outfit and hair.
11. Fresh & Feminine
A classic and chic combination: baby breath’s and roses are a soft touch for your big day. The magic upon this combination is that it can be combined with pastel tones giving your look a vintage, elegant and romantic style.
Now that you’ve decided to add a touch of floral details into your wedding day hairstyle, it’s time to decide whether you’d rather invest the time or the money. Should you have your accessories done by a florist or do it by yourself?
Benefits of DIY:
Learn how to create your own floral headpiece here with this easy to follow DIY.
Benefits of a Florist:
No matter if it’s winter or spring, summer or fall, flowers are always in! Here are some seasonal ideas to get the inspiration flowing!
Fall Weddings: This is the perfect time to incorporate some autumn colors such as deep oranges, bordeaux reds, eggplant purples, etc. Adding any one of your favorite fall hues into a comb or crown, along with deep green leaves to add an outdoorsy feel, is bound to be beautiful. If brighter colors will clash with your fall look, this is the perfect season to add more neutral and earthy tones into your attire.
Winter Weddings: Some of my personal favorites for this time of year are deeper tones of reds, blues, and greens. If you're from an area that gets snow in the winter time, just about any shade of flowers will contrast beautifully against the white backgroun. Combs or crowns with a lot of green leaves and a few deeper colored flowers would be a stunning option for your big day!
Spring Weddings: Soft pastel bridesmaid dresses are very popular this time of year and are great for mixing and matching all different types of colors and flowers. If you like more of a subtle look, my opinion is to have white and/or ivory flowers by themselves or add in a few of the colors that will go best with your theme.
Summer Weddings: For summer weddings, using all sorts of different colored flowers is a fun way to incorporate the season into your wedding. If heat is a concern of yours, going with faux flowers may be a better choice to have them looking fresh and stay sturdy all day. Going with this option will also allow you to make these pieces well in advance and so you can ensure that you make the perfect one for your wedding day.
There’s really no wrong way to go about floral headpieces and it ultimately just comes down to personal style. Whether you’re going for a full on flower crown or are looking to add something more dainty, your wedding hairstyle is going to be perfection!
Let’s chat! In the comments below, let us know how you’re thinking about doing your hair for the big day and what type of floral headpieces you’re planning on wearing.
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Taking Your Measurements
For the most accurate measurements, do not measure over your clothing. Your measurements should be taken while wearing undergarments similar to the ones you will wear with your dress. The measuring tape shouldn't be pulled too tight or have too much slack, and should always be parallel with the floor.
**Wedding apparel is typically sized differently than retail clothing, so keep in mind that it's not uncommon to find yourself requiring alterations.
Bust size: Wrap the tape around your back and under your arms at the fullest part of your bust (not underneath the bust).
Waist size: While standing up straight, bend at the waist to one side. Take the measurement where the natural crease happens in your side. This should be a few inches above your belly button.
Hip size: Standing with your feet together, wrap the tape around the fullest part of your hips and butt to get this measurement.
Choosing your correct size
Compare these three measurements to the Kennedy Blue size chart above. It is very important that you order the largest size that corresponds to your measurements. For example, if your bust measures 40.5" (size 12), your waist measures 31" (size 10) and your hips measure 41.5" (size 8), we advise that you order a size 12, and get your dress altered down to custom fit your body. Ordering anything smaller than a size 12 would not fit in the bust area. Please note: Our bridal gown size chart is different than the bridesmaids sizing and is listed below.