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Flower crowns have only grown in popularity in the last few years. Even the most traditional, classic bride can be seen sporting a band of blooms around her head. We want our brides to stick out from the crowd, and to be able to add their own personal twist to their event. Here are some unique flower crown ideas for the bride who wants to incorporate the trend into her wedding, but with just enough style and flare to stand out from the rest!

Flower Crown Bar

 Photography: B. Schwartz Photography

Photography: B. Schwartz Photography

Flower crowns make you feel special, fun and beautiful, but why not share the love with your bridesmaids or even, your guests? A flower crown bar equipped with fresh blooms, greenery, cutting and molding utensils and pre-made halos will allow your guests to get in on the fun and add their own personal touch to their flower crowns. This is a fun keepsake and can even be used as a favor for your wedding guests. Just think about all of those gorgeous photos with your flower adorned friends by your side!

Seasonal Blooms

One of the best ways to design an event or wedding is to use seasonal inspiration. Mother Nature can be such an incredible source of ideas, and almost every single time, nature shows us something even more beautiful than we could have ever dreamt up ourselves. These photos by Jessica Tiffany showcase a few different seasonal looks that you can use when dreaming up your floral accessories.

Mohawks

 Photography: Matthew Ree

Photography: Matthew Ree

This floral mohawk adds the perfect touch of feminine rock n' roll. This idea is fun and funky while still retaining that feminine elegance. Use soft pastels to accent your color palette, or go big and bold with bright vibrant hues to truly make a statement.

Bold Materials

 Photography: Jessica Lorren

Photography: Jessica Lorren

If you think that altering your flowers, color scheme, size and style just isn't cutting it - opt for a crown made of unique, bold materials. For this coastal-inspired wedding, the bride chose a crown made of mussels. Consider using an element that is special to your event to add extra pizazz.

Cascading Flower Crown

 Photography: Emily Blake Photography

Photography: Emily Blake Photography

 Photography: Emily Blake Photography

Photography: Emily Blake Photography

Looking for an alternative design for your floral crown? Look no further than this stunning cascading crown. Complete with fresh blooms and organic greenery, this crown/veil combo is a stunning way to add a fresh new take on a flower crown. For the less adventurous, you can always modify this idea and use small dangling floral from the base of your crown, or find a way to downsize as a hair accessory for a half-up half-down hairstyle.

Regardless of the style that you choose, we know that you will be simply stunning on your wedding day! Check the blog for upcoming tips on bridal beauty and style as well as some expert advice for planning your wedding! For a more personal guide to your wedding planning, visit and fill out our contact sheet here. We would be honored to be part of your special day!