Steps to Make a Floral Crown Fascinator

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Floral crowns can be impactful with just a few blooms. Photo by Kit Wertz.

For the Field to Vase Dinner we designed in Carlsbad, we were tasked with creating an easy DIY floral crown station. There were lots of people who took advantage of the fresh flowers provided by the local San Diego farms who donated for the dinner included Dramm & Echter, Mellano & Company and Resendiz Brothers.

Here are just a few photos to give you an easy DIY floral crown and a PDF download so you can print out your own instructions for your own DIY Floral Crown for your next bridal shower, birthday party or girls night out event! Head to your local farmer or grocery stores and pick up the supplies!

Non-floral Supplies:

Floral Supplies:

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Stems should be no more than 2 inches long, don’t need to be wired and can be attached with either binding wire or floral tape. Add each element separately and overlap them slightly. Photo by Kit Wertz.

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Here is a closeup detail shot of the final crown. The spray rose was attached first, then the wax flower and then the ruscus leaves. The green floral tape blends in with the covered wire so it’s not distracting from the flowers in the design. These types of crowns can be created quickly with just a few blooms and are designed to be worn just off center. Photo by Kit Wertz.

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