My girls love them, I love them and pretty much any girly girl loves a flower crown. Whether it be a holiday event, photo shoot, birthday party, music festival, wedding or if you just feel like being fancy, a floral crown is the perfect go-to accessory. There is something so whimsical about a floral crown that I absolutely adore, and they are easy to make, so why not?
I am going to show you step-by-step how to make a gorgeous flower crown that you can easily adjust to go with the look you are going for. I kept mine simple and dainty for this look, but by all means, add as many blooms as you would like! Lets get started!
Naturally coiled wire (like this one here)
floral wire cutters (here)
floral wire (optional here)
floral tape (here)
greenery and flowers of your choice. you can use faux flowers but I prefer real.
using the floral cutters, cut the naturally coiled wire to the size you need. Form in a circle creating a loop on either side.
Join the two sides together, and tie off like this. Twist the ends in place to secure.
add some green floral tape to the ends to prevent the wire from poking through.
Take one long strand of greenery and tape one end in the back, then twist around the crown like so. Add a small amount of floral tape as you go to hold it down in place.
Once you have worked all the way around the crown, tape the other end down. If you need more greenery to complete the circle, simply tape down the end or use floral wire to add on more. It should look similar to this. This creates the base of your floral crown. At this point you can leave it as is, or go around with more greenery to achieve a fuller affect.
I then added on little delicate flowers with floral tape (if using larger blooms you could use floral wire here) to complete the look I was going for. I try to hide the floral tape as much as possible with leaves and flowers so you can’t see it. At this point, you can add as many blooms as you would like! I was going for something simple and dainty so I left it just like this.
The entire project only took me about 20 minutes to make and I think it came out perfect! Once you have all the supplies to make a floral crown, anytime you have fresh flowers you can make one on a whim, which is so convenient!
I really hope you enjoyed this DIY: How to Make a Floral Crown! As always, feel free to email me with any questions you have along the way!