Flowers to Put in a Flower Crown

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Are you making a flower crown for a wedding, a festival, or just because? We’ve often wanted to create a pretty floral crown for an event, or simply to wear because we want to feel pretty.

We’ve found that any flowers look stunning when turned into a crown, but the following are some suggestions we have if you want specific ideas for blooms to make a flower crown:

White Flowers

A collection of white flowers, of many kinds, makes a pure and simple flower crown that looks lovely on a bride. We love white daises, roses, carnations, and babies breath. There is something so stunning about an all-white flower crown. Maybe it’s the innocence of white and the purity of heart it suggests we all have the core.

Rustic Fall Flowers

You can put together a beautiful flower crown with fall-colored flowers in shades of orange and yellow. Opt for big, bold orange Gerbera daisies combined with little common daisies or dandelions. Also, orange orchids look amazing gin a flower crown as do peach roses.

Lovely Lilac

For a soft and super feminine flower crown, choose lavender lilacs or purple hydrangeas. Mix these blossoms with mini berries for a garden fairy look that’s perfect for bridesmaids or flower girls.

Other flowers that you can use in a flower crown include brightly colored gerbera daisies. These flowers look incredible in shades of red, orange, yellow, and bright pink. Want a really romantic look for your flower crown? Choose classic red or pink roses. You can also go with flower crowns of only babies breath, a bohemian-inspired flower crown with yellow daisies, or a flower crown of puffy, cheerful carnations. The key to choosing the right flowers for a flower crown is to go with flowers that express some part of your personality. You’ll want to feel comfortable, and beautiful, in your flower crown. So choose flowers that are truly you.

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