A full tutorial on how to make your own flower crown.
F L O R A L R O Y A L T Y
My sister always had big dreams to go to Coachella. That’s why when it was time to plan her bachelorette party, it was a toss up between a weekend at the infamous festival or an event filled stay in one of our favorite cities. With the attempt to merge the two together, I unified our group in Vegas with flower crowns by the pool. Of course the one I made for my sister had to be special, so I decided to make it myself. I did my best to pick out some of her favorite color combinations and large flowers that made a statement. Although not all white, everyone knew she was a bride. The whole project took about 30-45 minutes, and since I had been invited to a flower crown Galentine’s Day earlier in the year, I was quite familiar with what I needed to make her perfect crown.
W H A T Y O U N E E D
FLORAL WIRE CUTTERS
FLOWERS OF YOUR CHOICE
H O W T O
Measure the size of your head with floral wire and cut off the excess
Use floral tape to secure sharp parts of the wire
Pick your flowers and begin to cut the stems leaving about an inch.
Choose one to be the focal point (I chose the fuchsia). Tape it in the center with floral tape
Start adding different flowers and balance out the colors. There’s no right or wrong way! Special tip: Add some greenery in empty spots to fill up space
Rotate the direction in which you lay your flowers on the wire to keep it voluminous