There are so many pretty ways to weave flowers in to your hair that will appeal not just to boho brides! Flowers are a gorgeous way to add that finishing touch to an elegant updo, add a bit of a colourful edge to loose locks or a big dash of romance to some floaty waves. Fresh flower crowns were uber popular last year and can be as simple as some interlocking daisies or a big and bright statement piece overflowing with colourful blooms. They’re still popping up in weddings this year as a cool and contemporary way to wear your hair, but 2015 is also seeing lots of brides opting for pretty posies dotted throughout the hair. Weave them in to updos or perch one or two giant blooms at the side of some tumbling curls for a seriously romantic and ethereal feel. If you’re not mad on the fresh flower variety, there are some A-mazing floral embellished headpieces available online and in bridal jewellery stores that will add a little (or a lot) of glitz to your bridal ‘do. See more inspiration for your fabulously flowery wedding hairstyle here…
And if you’re still on the hunt for a hair stylist for your Big Day, remember there are so many incredible Irish wedding hair stylists on the weddingsonline supplier directory!
Photo by Jonas Peterson via Polka Dot Bride
Photo by Louisa Bailey via Style Me Pretty
Photo by Christie Graham Photography via Magnolia Rouge
Photo by Devic Fotos via Style Me Pretty
Photo by Brittanee Taylor Photography via Bridal Musings
Photography by Kate Weinstein via Burnetts Boards,
Hair Pins via Etsy
Photo by Troy Grover Photography via Mod Wedding
Photo by Melissa Gidney via Style Me Pretty
Photo by Charlotte Jenks Lewis via Style Me Pretty
Pearl Beaded Floral Hairpiece from Powder Blue Bijoux on Etsy
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Photo by Austin Gros Photography
Photo by Heather Hawkins via Style Me Pretty
Main photo by Cotton Candy Photography via Rock My Wedding
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Pamela enjoys writing about all things decor (she loves buying it too) and has a not so secret addiction to stationery.