7 Ways to Wear Fresh Flowers In Your Wedding Day Hair

Fresh flowers aren’t just for your bouquet and centerpieces. Consider adding them to your wedding day hairstyle. Get a whimsical look with a fresh flower crown or go classic with a few simple white flowers tucked into an updo. One tip for the taking: Do a little homework before you decide on what flowers to use. You may love ranunculus but they’ll wilt in the matter of an hour. So choose a heartier flower — amaryllis, succulents and orchids are all durable options. Here, a few of our favorite brides who pulled it off!

Wrapped Around A Bun

Start with a bun — high or low — then ask your stylist to pin flowers all the way around the base of the bun. Small filler flowers like bouvardia, stephanotis or waxflowers create a soft, romantic look, while medium-sized blooms in bright colors make the style whimsical.

In a Lush Flower Crown

Floral crowns are completely customizable: You can choose big or small flowers in several colors, one hue or even just greenery. Try a lush wreath atop loose waves or a low, messy bun for a boho-chic vibe.

On The Side Of A Classic Updo

Accessorize any type of bridal updo with flowers pinned on the side. The beauty in this style is its versatility: just about any type of flower works, you can choose any color, and there’s no limit on how many or how few flowers you can use.

A Rustic Headband of Flowers

A headband made of small flowers — like lilac and baby’s breath — gives you a bohemian look without the weight of a lavish flower crown. Plus, you can wear this floral accessory with your hair down.

Mixed In With A Low, Messy Hairstyle

Lacing small flowers into a mess of curls at the nape of your neck gives you a romantic, fresh look. This style is for brides who love the look of flowers in their hair but aren’t fond of the overgrown-garden look.

Opposite Loose, Sideswept Curls

One oversized flower in a bright color — think a bold hibiscus, amaryllis or gladiolus — adds drama and a pop of color to a loose, down hairstyle.

Pinned Above Your Updo

A few flowers positioned above your updo look as practical as they do pretty. This look works for brides who also want to wear a veil — just secure the veil right below the flowers.

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  • positivelyplaced
    07/07/14 at 02:30

    I love the idea of having fresh flowers in your hair for a wedding. Adds a touch of elegance to the day!

  • 12/18/14 at 11:18

    Weddings by Anne Perth Florist providing elegant, beautiful and affordable wedding bouquets and flower arrangements.Each bride and groom are unique and we believe your flowers and decor should be too.We will work with you to come up with a theme and design based around your wedding dress, colour palette, atmosphere, location, and season.

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