It is distinctive, colorful, and full of fun, and perfect for the couple wishing to infuse their day with strong, compelling colors. You can match your theme to the reds and yellows in the stationery suite or keep the rest of the colors simple and let the order of service, wedding day information sheet, and menus do the talking.
Whatever you choose your guests are bound to be gushing over this gorgeous and truly unique design that will be different from anything they have seen before.
How to Download
There are two basic ways to download the file:
- Left-click the preview image > Right-click > Save Image As
- Or directly Right-click > Save Image As
- After that, locate where you want the file to be placed or saved in your device.
- For easier access, you can place it on your desktop if you are using a laptop or PC.
Anyway, if you are done with where the file is going to be placed, tap “Enter” to start the download process.
Software to use: Microsoft word, Adobe Photoshop, Ms. Paint (Choose one).
Basically, all the provided texts were written inside “Text-box”, so if you’re going to add additional text, you’ll need to insert another text-box for that.
Whimsical Flower Crown Wedding Hairstyles Ideas
Are you planning a summer wedding? A vibrant flower crown will give you a fresh, garden-party look or add an easy bohemian vibe to your bridal look.
You can include your bridal party in the floral fun, or crown a flower girl with a halo of baby’s breath for an adorable angelic look. Floral wreaths are the ultimate wedding hairstyle accessory, and there’s one to match any wedding theme. Yes, flower crowns are available for winter weddings.
Continue reading for wedding flower crown ideas that could be the finishing touch to your wedding hairstyle.
Retro Jewel Tones and Dusty Colors
This look is an entire mood, and we can’t get enough of the iconic ’70s aesthetic. Aside from the wedding gown and textured waves, the mix of muted colors and dusty tones throughout the flower crown and bouquet are not only beautifully uniform but also absolutely dreamy.
With eucalyptus and powdery, jewel-toned buds and berries, this floral topper is delightfully punctuated by the bouquet’s bold anemones.
Mauve-Toned Blooms and Long Stems
This floral wreath has a very unique design that gives the appearance of dripping. When set atop the head, the composition has a natural drape due to the long-stemmed blossoms and linear flowers. While the chain of greens is undeniably lush, it expands into more blossoms towards the back, concentrating the majority of its weight there.
A Half-Halo of Playfully Textured White Blossoms
If you don’t want to wear a full halo, a half-crown will suffice. This bride keeps the colors muted, allowing the structure to stand out. The texture of the blooms is reminiscent of the lace dress.
Long and Leafy Wildflowers
With rosy pink-petaled accents, these extra leafy greens make a statement. Tall-growing wildflowers are ideal for a simple single-strand flower crown that you can make yourself. Add some face-framing blossoms and you’ve got yourself a stunning headpiece.