Springtime Hair: Flower Crown DIY
A flower crown still feels oh-so-feminine and perfect for springtime. But if you’re like me and want a new way to style fresh blooms in your hair, you’ll love this alternative take on the traditional flower crown. Turn your topknot into flowery goodness!
I have been craving a new take on DIY headpieces. Plus, my nine-months-pregnant energy level means my hair is usually dirty (and up), which makes this flower crown perrrrrrrfect for masking a bad hair day. Thank goodness!
Get creative and create crowns with different types of greenery and fresh blooms. In the one below, I used both small + large flowers, which created the perfect combination. You can also play around with eucalyptus, baby roses, ranunculus… the list goes on! AND, if you’re not rocking this on your head, you can also it wear around your wrist. Equally as spring-worthy! It’s a fun twist on rocking a statement bracelet.
STEP 1 | Take a handful of greenery (dune grass, palms or eucalyptus) and wrap into a circle roughly 4-inches wide. You want the crown to fit around your topknot.
STEP 2 | Secure the wrap with green floral wire.
STEP 3 | Place your favorite flowers in the wire to secure the blooms in place.
STE 4 | Tie your hair in a top knot + place the crown around your bun!
Photos by Annie Shak