Let’s talk about flower crowns! Flower crowns are a trendy, go-to statement piece for spring and summer fashion. Ask your local CSFA florist to make a flower crown for your next backyard party, wedding, music festival or spring photo shoot!
We love the fact that flower crowns are so versatile for any occasion, especially for the upcoming festival season here in California and all of the family photo shoots that happen in the spring. Be sure to ask your favorite florist what California Grown Flowers they recommend for your flower crown. Or better yet, ask if they offer any upcoming classes so you learn how to do it yourself. Find a florist near you here.
We’ve designed four completely different styles that we hope will inspire your own creativity. We used some of our favorite kids as models, but we jump at any chance we can to “rock the crown” and boy is it fun! Who says kids get to have all the fun?
Bohemian Vibe-For this flower crown we used California grown peach spray roses, Seeded Eucalyptus, and Green Hanging Amaranthus. Having the flowers offset in clusters and incorporating different floral textures adds to the easy going Bohemian feel.
Vintage Organic- Using large blooms such as these California grown Ranunculus and Queen Anne’s Lace you can create a feeling of long ago and still keep it modern and fresh by adding a second band of flowers in the back for a sweet surprise. Soft neutral colors in white and green evoke a clean and natural feeling.
Classic Perfection-Who doesn’t love a child with a flower crown? This traditional styling can be used anywhere for any occasion. We love the tiny California grown white spray roses, Gypsophila (Baby’s Breath), and seeded Eucalyptus. The sweet ribbon bow adds a perfect touch to finish the look. This crown would be perfect for an outdoor wedding.
Tradition Reigns-This crown of California grown White Spray Roses and Gypsophila has two of the same floral components as the Classic Perfection crown, except we created a traditional pattern that is reminiscent of English royalty.
What did you think? See any crowns you loved? Learn how to make a flower crown here. Be sure to tag us at #CSFA to show us how you wore your flower crown.
Love. Flowers. Always.