Wedding Trend: Fresh Florals

By Sophie Fleetwood

The nature trend is growing quickly in the wedding world. From a whimsical forest wedding to a fairy-like garden ceremony, a floral wonderland, or a rustic woodland reception, these outdoor weddings are increasing in popularity. Just do a search on Pinterest and you'll see thousands of photos of decorations from nature incorporated into ceremonies and receptions. Specifically, the floral trend is taking the wedding planning process by storm. Brides are now finding that sometimes simple things from nature like pine cones, leaves, or delicate wildflowers, can make your wedding truly Pinterest-worthy. So, today we've brought you a post that incorporates this floral trend in more than just your decorations, but in your hair! If you're looking for a way to wear your hair that is feminine and whimsical, the floral trend is for you. Wildflowers aren't just for decorating a ceremony. They're our new favorite accessory! Use them in your hair as a flower crown or have them intricately placed in your beautiful braid to gently add a pop of color. Keep reading for more ways to wear them in your hair!


Tuck flowers into your updo

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Whether it's a braided updo or a voluminous bun, flowers add something sweet to any look. This will definitely take your updo to the next level! It's the perfect touch of whimsy.

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Weave flowers into your braid

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Flowers add even more texture to a loose braid. Use flowers that are smaller and more dainty so that it doesn't overpower your braid. Baby's Breath, Gyp, or Statice flowers are perfect for this.

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Embellish your half-updo with flowers


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Placing flowers in your half updo will add a surprise to your bridal hairstyle. Look at how gorgeous these brides look with the pop of florals incorporated into their hair!



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Accessorize with a single flower

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For the bride that wants her flower to be a statement accessory, try one larger flower and tuck it into the side of your hair. Or use two medium sized flowers pinned together and tucked into the side of your updo.


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Wear the classic flower crown

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Flower crowns are an accessory fit for a boho queen. These crowns give off a very fairy-like feel and, depending on what flowers you choose, it can add vibrant color to your white dress.

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Middle parts pair well with flower crowns.

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Flower crowns don't have to be made entirely of flowers. Try adding in some fresh berries!



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Learn how you can create your own flower crown with a helpful tutorial:


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Click here for the full tutorial!


Baby's Breath are a favorite flower for brides to use in their hair, which is why we love this Baby's Breath Flower Crown Tutorial!

Click here for the full tutorial!

No matter what kind of flowers you use, fresh florals are a beautiful look for any bridal hairstyle! They add a nice, feminine touch to updos, braids, tousled waves, structured curls, or any other hairstyle you choose! If you choose to wear a flower crown, these can be bought online or you can make one yourself. You can use silk flowers, real flowers found in grocery stores, or pick your own wildflowers! The possibilities are endless.s