We love receiving email from our readers! (And we’ve been getting a lot of them, so keep sending ’em in!) Bride-to-be, Allie, wrote us with a straightforward question we knew other brides may be wondering, too: where to buy flower hair wreaths for weddings. In today’s post, you’ll learn everything you should know about flower hair wreaths (also known as hair crowns) including what a hair wreath is, who wears one, what season they are worn, and whether your hair wreath needs to coordinate in color and wedding theme. Thoughout this post, you’ll find gorgeous hair wreaths to inspire you by NoviaBella TS including brightly colored hair wreaths for the spring and summer. After reading this article, we are confident you’ll walk confidently down the aisle wearing the hair wreath of your dreams. :) Enjoy!
Flower Hair Wreaths for Weddings
Before diving into where to buy flower hair wreaths, let’s talk about what they are and who typically wears one.
What is a hair wreath?
First things first: what is a hair wreath? A hair wreath — also called a hair crown — is a round wreath-like accessory made with grapevine and decorated with (faux) flowers. Most hair wreaths have a ribbon tie on the back which makes it easy to adjust to fit any size. There are dozens of hair wreath flower styles and colors to choose from, which makes them a very fun and versatile accessory for the bride.
Who wears a flower wreath
Most commonly, a hair wreath is worn by the bride. However, hair crowns are so popular we’ve seen them worn by the flower girl and bridesmaids for the wedding.
Flower hair wreaths make a wonderful alternative to a wedding veil for the bride. It can also be worn with a veil, or as an alternative for just the reception. Some brides like to switch up their look after the ceremony and hair crowns are an easy and beautiful way to do it.
What season are flower hair wreaths worn?
Hair wreaths are worn in every season, all year long! Of course, you’ll want to pick a hair wreath that coordinates with the time of year you’re getting married, along with the colors and style to complement your wedding theme.
For a fall wedding, you may want to wear something like this:
Late summer calls for sunflowers, we say!
In the winter, look for shades of red or white berries:
Spring and summer call for beautiful blooms. I’m already dreaming of lilacs!
Or cream and peach:
In any season, ivory or white is always a classic choice.
Can a hair wreath count as something blue?
Of course it can count as your Something Blue! We don’t see why not.
Hair Wreath Styles
Now that you know more about hair wreaths for weddings, let’s see some more from NoviaBellaTS! Tanya is an amazing artist who puts her whole heart into her creations. She is an avid lover of nature, so creating these one-of-a-kind flower wreaths is like second nature to her. She especially loves working on flower hair wreaths for weddings, and feels blessed to be able to offer a special contribution to the bride’s day by making her hair crown. As she writes, “To bestow beauty and create with love with the best reward.” We could go on about how awesome Tanya is and how sweet she is to work with (both true!) but we’ll go ahead and share our favorites to see for yourself!
Aren’t these incredible? Tanya is amazing!
Where to Buy Flower Hair Wreaths for Weddings
→ If you wear a hair crown, we’d love to see your photo! Send it in to info(at)emmalinebride(dot)com. xo