Tuesday 22 January 2019

9 stunning ways to wear flowers in your wedding hair

From delicately-placed roses to show-stopping floral crowns, SoGlosWeddings has picked out nine favourite ways to wear flowers in your bridal hair looks – perfect for complementing your wedding ensemble.

Whether you want to go classic or contemporary, bright or pastel, wearing flowers in your bridal do is a simple way to add a dose of romance and elegance that will also make your hair smell beautiful all day long!

If you’re struggling for ideas, SoGlosWeddings has round up nine of our favourite floral bridal hair looks that will suit all hair types, wedding themes and budgets. You’re welcome!


1. Classic charm


Complete your bridal hair with trio of timeless white roses accompanied with sprigs of eucalyptus and wax flower. The stunning roses will add texture and elegance to this sweeping bridal up do that’s just perfect for elegant weddings.


2. The flower power crown


If you want to make a bold statement, this stunning flower crown is perfect for daring brides. The combination of delicate pale pink roses teamed with purple anemones and foliage creates a modern take on more whimsical floral crowns and would look great teamed with an understated wedding dress.


3. A modern day Rapunzel


Have fun with your locks and recreate this fairy-tale style by asking your hairdresser for a waterfall plait with soft waves. Team with a feminine floral crown of baby’s breath and vibrant greens for a look that screams summer barn weddings.


4. The stunning side sweep


If you don’t fancy the idea of a full floral crown, consider dotting flowers into a side sweep that still adds impact without being overwhelming. The combination of wax flowers with fragrant rosemary is a lovely way to add scent to your wedding hair.


5. A burst of colour


Why not add a pop of colour to complement your gorgeous gown? Brides can experiement with a vareity of different flowers and creatre their own bespoke hair bouquet, just like this lovely bride who opted for wax flowers, pink and white ranunculus, roses and brunia grey.


6. The French twist


A gorgeous French pleat is pure class but if you want to add an extra special touch to it, keep it simple with a sprig of baby’s breath. Alternatively, dot flowers down the side of the smooth rolled up do for a classy look that will be sure to turn heads.


7. Effortlessly boho


Keep your hair looking effortless with a messy-style up do teamed with delicately-placed pale pink roses. The understated look is a marriage in heaven for barn-themed weddings and is a simple way to dip your toe into the floral hair trend without going overboard.


8. Simply perfect


Sometimes less is more and this style couldn’t be more fitting for a bride who still wants to add a floral touch but has a show-stopping dress to draw all the attention. Baby’s breath is also an affordable flower to choose, especially if flowers are a theme you want to replicate in your bridesmaids’ hair.


9. Keep it green


Succulents are a big trend for weddings and can also be incorporated into your wedding hair for a contemporary twist on flowers. This unique crown combines sea holly, ivy and succulents – adding texture to an elegant up do and creating a look that you won’t spot many others brides wearing.


By Megan Haque

© SoGlos
Wednesday 03 May 2017

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