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While we like a classic veil, we can't deny our passion for a floral crown bridal look. Many brides are ditching their veils and glittering headpieces in favor of one of these vibrant halos. Flower crowns are extremely flexible bridal hairstyles in addition to being absolutely lovely.

A Full-Bodied Statement Crown of Greenery and Orange Blooms

This bride's show-stopping flower crown has a wide color pallet that goes beyond the blossoms. This crown is vibrant and exciting, with several hues of foliage mixed in. We adore the textured crown, outfit, and gleaming black waterfall locks.

White Flowers Accents on a Gilded Tiara

Flower crowns come in two types. By adding fluffy white blossoms into the base of her gilded topper, this bride went all out for the regal appearance. We salute you, wedding queen.

Daisies With Pops of Lilac Buds

A flower crown adorned with lilacs and daisies complemented this bride's casual appearance during her beach wedding in Brazil. The crown was softened by tiny, deep purple berries with scattered yellow petals and dusty rose blossoms. Here's proof that a beach wedding doesn't have to be all about the tropics.

Our brides love bridal flower crowns and hair flowers, and it's one of our favorite bridal party items to do. They're like miniature works of art that can enhance the overall look. Flower crowns are popular among brides for a reason. When adorned with a wreath constructed from seasonal blooms, your wavy locks, up do, or braids will positively blossom with beauty. Plus, instead of veils, headbands, or tiaras, these eye-catching floral arrangements are a certain way to add romance to your wedding look.

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