I have been a sucker for a pretty floral crown for as long as I can remember. As a kid I always wanted flowers tucked in my hair or dotting the long braid that was my signature style at the time. Lately pretty wreaths of flowers have been making a major comeback and I think it’s such a sweet, romantic look. The best part is, you can easily make your own and most of these ideas will cost less than $20 to recreate! These beautiful DIY floral crowns are perfect for weddings (for the bride, the flower girl or guests), portrait sessions, or to add a touch of whimsy to your attire for a girly backyard tea party.
Daisy Crown 1 of 8This pretty little daisy crown reminds me of being a kid and trying to string together a flower crown with blooms plucked from my grandmother's garden. The tutorial looks surprisingly simple!
Get the tutorial at Hellobee.
Silk Flower Crown 2 of 8At a cost of just $15, this flower crown is made using just a few basics like silk flowers, floral tape and floral wire.
Get the tutorial at Bleubird.
Bloom Flower Crown 3 of 8Easy to whip up in just about 10 minutes, this flower crown is made from faux floral branches.
Get the tutorial from A Beautiful Mess.
Fabric Flower Crown 4 of 8I love the lush, bohemian look of this floral crown made from fabric magnolia flowers.
Get the tutorial from Green Wedding Shoes.
Hyacinth Crown 5 of 8Simple and romantic, this pretty little crown was made from fresh hyacinth blooms at a cost of just $5.
Get the tutorial from Project Wedding.
Pastel Flower Crown 6 of 8This pastel flower crown is just stunning! The large, full blooms make it a showstopper.
Get the tutorial from Kelli Murray.
Baby’s Breath Crown 7 of 8There's something about baby's breath that is so sweet, romantic and timeless. I love the lush, fluffy look of this crown!
Watch the tutorial at Luxy Hair.
Clematis Crown 8 of 8Perhaps my favorite of the bunch, this stunning head wreath was made from fresh clematis, wire and pliers.
Get the tutorial at Santa Barbara Chic.
Read more from Cyd at The Sweetest Occasion.
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