Wearing flowers in your hair on your wedding day is not as tricky as it looks. Fears of being mistaken as the flower girl or looking like a Coachella Fest concertgoer should be forgotten. As long as you keep your hairstyle and dress in mind, flowers are actually totally appropriate for any wedding theme and venue.
In Your Veil:
If you are more of a traditional bride, and want to focus on the veil, then this is the style for you. You can lace some small blooms in your cage veil or fascinator, or you can outline your veils with floral detail.
Even the most minimalist of brides can have a little flower power on their day.
Blooms In Your Hair:
A Single Bloom:
This style might be the easiest to pull off. Is your wedding hair down with soft curls, braided, long and straight, in a ponytail, or stacked into a bun? A single bloom is the perfect addition to make any hairstyle come together and look complete.
Headbands and Crowns:
Headbands and crowns give a more structured look. This is (or can be) such a bold accessory, so you are going to want to choose a simple hairstyle. Soft curls, shorter cuts, and straight hair often look best.
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