Flower crowns are one of many gorgeous ways to wear flowers in your hair at your wedding! Often when we think of brides wearing stunning flower crowns, we think of warm summer weddings where there are lots of bright flowers in bloom. I am here to show you though, that flower crowns can be just as stunning and breathtaking on brides having a winter wedding.
In order for your flower crown to look wintry, try an all-white and green flower crown or one with lots of greenery and pale pinks. Another option is to focus more on deep ruby red blooms, combined with greenery such as pine needles. You can also turn to more fall colors such as yellow and burnt orange for a more autumnal wintry feel. Hopefully we can help you find the winter flower crown style, that will make you stand out as a bride!
Style 1: Pastels and Whites with Greenery:
Pale pinks, whites and other pastel colors make for a stunning winter wedding flower crown. The paleness of the blooms evokes a gorgeous ice princess feeling. It is a style that is sure to have you captivate the room at your winter wedding. Definitely check out this great DIY for a pretty white and green flower crown.
Style 2: Bright and Bold Blooms
Bright bold blooms such as bold reds and deep purples are a lovely choice for the holiday season. The bright colors definitely draw attention to you, and it is a stunning way to add a burst of color to your wedding look.
Style 3: Autumnal Colors
Autumnal colors that have more of that auburn and burnt orange look, are a great choice for both a fall or winter wedding. They tie into both seasons well as they bring out the warm and coziness of the season. These colors are a great choice for your flower crown this time of year!
Style 4: Pine needles with white or red blooms
Pine needles and deep reds or white blooms are definitely one of my favorite holiday looks (and definitely something you could easily wear to a holiday party too)! This winter flower crown style will be sure to have you looking and feeling like a snow queen on your big day! Check out this awesome DIY featured on green wedding shoes on how to make the flower crown in the very last photo featured!
Now that you have seen these four gorgoues winter flower crown styles, aren't you convinced they are just as pretty as summer ones? What do you think winter brides, will you be wear one of these gorgeous winter flower crown styles? Let us know, we would love to hear what you come up with!
Lauren Sinton is a recent graduate from UC Davis with a degree in English and an emphasis in Creative Writing. She is a prolific poet and loves absolutely everything about writing and reading poetry. She has also been planning her own wedding since she was in the 2nd grade, which is now finally coming in handy since she is recently engaged.