Spring is on the way and that means spring weddings and spring wedding hairstyles! A season for rebirth and renewal, spring is a great time to start your new lives together, and of course the season brings with it a wealth of gorgeous blooms that you can incorporate into your big day. That’s why floral hair accents are the perfect accessory for a spring bride. And the best part is that flowers are incredibly versatile – they go with a number of different styles, from chic updos to loose waves. You can also take your pick of flowers, whether you love the idea of large blooms that might mirror your bouquet or scatterings of tiny buds like baby’s breath. Whatever you choose, having floral accents for your spring wedding style will bring a sense of whimsy and romance. Here are a few of our favourite flower-adorned wedding hairstyles by the talented Make Me Bridal pros.
This perfectly imperfect messy updo with a braid running across the crown is made even more romantic with the addition of flowers. The white buds mimic the look of a hair clip and pop against the bride’s dark hair. So pretty!
If you’re looking for a style that says ‘elevated boho’, then look no further. Here, a loose braid is adorned with sweet sprigs of baby’s breath. The key to this look is to keep it soft and unstructured, and to add just the right amount of blooms so that it adds texture but doesn’t overwhelm.
This intricate updo is interwoven with flowers and greens, giving it a look that’s truly fresh and organic. This is definitely a look you’ll want to try out at your hair trial first, to make sure that the hairstyle and flowers work perfectly together on the day.
A messy tuck is a great look for a spring bride, especially when look is accented with flowers! Here, pale blush roses and greenery are nestled together into the tuck – a great way to mirror the flowers in your bouquet or décor.
Is there anything more romantic for a spring bride than a soft, textured chignon? We love that the buds of baby’s breath are so subtle here, adding that perfect little organic touch.
A half-up half-down hairstyle is always a good candidate for a floral accent, especially if you’re trying to achieve a romantic boho style. This braided half-up style features a small cluster of delicate flowers and is finished in soft, shiny waves.
A topknot is a great option for keeping hair off your neck if you’re getting married on a warm spring day. Here, a ballerina bun is beautifully finished off with a small halo of buds tucked into the hair. Another pretty option is to wrap the entire bun in a ring of flowers.
Take a classic updo to the next level with a floral swag placed on one side of the head. The colours here are perfect for a spring wedding. It’s a great alternative to a full flower crown if you want a more subtle option.
Another lovely asymmetrical option is to wear your hair down but pull back one side into tiny braids or twists, and secure them with a spray of flowers.
If you’re not in love with the look of baby’s breath or roses, tiny wildflowers are a great alternative for a spring wedding. This braided updo is accented by tiny colourful buds that look like they were picked straight from the field and tucked into her hair. A few loose strands at the front of the face add extra softness to this boho-esque style.
Do you love the idea of a spring bridal style with flowers? Be sure to check out our tips for wearing fresh flowers in your hairstyle here.