Post # 1
Hi bees! I’m having a summer church wedding in January in australia. It won’t be super formal, but also not casual. I am really set on having a flower crown, but my sister is trying to tell me they’re only for garden weddings. I’m not sure I believe her or agree, but would like your opinions. Can I make a flower crown work in a church ceremony? It’s just my idea that flowers equal summer and I think they’ll be so pretty! If you have any pictures that would also be great! Thanks
Post # 2
Girl if you want to rock a flower crown, do it! I don’t think it is limited to outdoor weddings. Most of the pictures you will probably take outside anyway, not in the church.
Post # 3
you make a great point! I didn’t even think about that, pretty much all of our pictures will be outdoors in gardens! Yep just going to do it anyway I think it’ll work!
Post # 4
- Wedding: October 2015 - Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel
I am having a black tie wedding in a church with the reception in the great hall of a historic hotel and I am wearing a floral crown 🙂
Post # 5
thanks for your reply! I think that will look amazing!!
Post # 6
I looove flower crowns. There’s no practical reason not to wear one–it’s not like you’re wearing a dress with a lace cathedral train and plan on a rigorous mountain hike to your ceremony spot. Even if they are “only for” garden weddings, so what? What’s she going to do, call the cops?
Post # 7
Yes! I’m Catholic and in May (spring in the US) we do a May crowning for the Blessed mother, so I don’t think a flower crown would be out of place AT ALL. I may do one for my flower girl. And now that I think about it, since we traditionally give a bouquet to the Blessed Mother during mass, I may give her a flower crown instead 🙂
Post # 8
Had a Catholic ceremony, in October/fall no less, and you better believe my flower girl rocked the hell outta her flower crown! If i hadn’t had an amazeballs fascinator to wear, I 100% would have worn one!