Long gone are the days when flower crowns were reserved for festival-going, bellbottom-wearing hippie-ish darlings. These days we’re seeing them adorn even the fanciest of weddings, whether because the couple decides against bouquets or because they want all the flowers they can get their pretty little mitts on. From flower girls to ring bearer dogs and of course the couple themselves, flower crowns seem to be the go-to way to have your blooms and wear them too. We scoured blogland to come up with 20 gorgeous flower crowns that will leave you wanting a wreath full of blossoms all your own.
One quite literally cannot go wrong with a glittery cover-up and a striking crown of flowers.
Photo: Thorson Photography
Muted colors perfectly complement the beaming smile on this bride’s face.
Photo: Lara Hotz
What’s not to love about a group of littles in puffy tulle and pretty flowers? Nothing. That’s what. Rustic Romance Maryland Wedding featured on United with Love
Photo: Kirsten Marie Photography
Pale blooms shine against a dark coif.
Photo: The Three
Bright smiles deserve to be framed with gorgeous petals.
Photo: Kristen Gardner Photography
A monochromatic palette pops when surrounded by lush greens.
Photo: Kerry Ann Duffy Photography
Flowers don’t have to be oversize to make a big impact.
Photo: Pinwheel Collective
Small white flowers lend a relaxed, bohemian vibe.
Photo: Jill Andrews
Who says you can’t have a flower crown AND a veil? Not us!
Photo: Laura Gordon Photography
A dapper groom, a gorgeous bride, and adorable pup and a beautiful flower crown.
Photo: Mandy Fierens Photography
Sometimes simple really is better.
Photo: Kim Stockwell Photography
An offset crown is a little unexpected but totally gorgeous.
Photo: Time Flies Photography
This shot is kind of everything bridal, bohemian and ethereal.
Photo: egomedia photography
Accessories can be kept simple with a stunning red flower crown.
A simple and dainty crown can complement a bejeweled gown.
Photo: Kelsea K Photography
A pile of blooms in your hand, a pile of blooms on your head and a little wisp of unicorn hair.
Photo: Katy Lunsford Photography
A little head doesn’t necessarily mean a little crown.
Photo: Austin Gros
A gorgeous beach wedding calls for a bold wreath of blooms.
Photo: Nadi Bay Photography
Flower child achievement: Unlocked. This bride is everything bohemian perfection.
Photo: Lara HotzMatching crowns … and that expression!
Photo: Duane Smith