From music festivals to weddings, flower crowns adorn the heads of stylish people everywhere. They are a beautifully unique way to dress up your hairstyle without over-accessorizing. Many bachelorette party attendees are seen wearing matching ensembles during their getaways, and a DIY flower crown can bring your coordinating outfits to the next level!
If you’re looking for something to entertain your wedding party during a shower, engagement party, or other pre-wedding gathering, why not create your own DIY flower crown bar? The steps below for how to make a flower crown bar are simple enough for anyone to pull off. Your whole squad will look fabulous out on the town with matching flower crowns.
Check out Zola’s guide below for some helpful tips on how to set up a flower crown bar and download Zola’s infographic for a step-by-step guide on how to make the perfect flower crown.
How to Make a Flower Crown Bar
Check out the guide below on how to create a flower crown bar so you can show off your new skills and create flower crowns with your whole wedding party!
Finding new and exciting bridal party activities can sometimes be a challenge. Luckily, this DIY flower crown bar is the answer to all your bridal shower and bachelorette party dreams! This activity is super easy to set up and is perfect for any size group. Not to mention, it is something people of all ages will enjoy.
With just a little bit of guidance, your guests can get creative with their crowns and really make them unique. Follow the four steps below to create the perfect DIY flower crown bar for your next celebration.
Step one: Create visible instructions
Create visible and easy-to-read instructions for your guests so that they know exactly what to do and where to start. We painted the instructions for our flower crown bar on a wooden pallet and hung it above the bar for guests to reference as they navigated through the stations.
Step two: Set up your bar
Keeping the instructions for your guests in mind, set up your bar in the order that guests will be making their crowns in. For example, start with the wire that they will be measuring for their base, with scissors nearby, and end with floral tape for them to secure their crown. Place the flowers and greenery in vases so that they remain fresh.
Step three: Add decorations
Add fun decorations to your crafting bar cart or table that match the rest of your party decor. With the same type of wood used for the instructions sign, we created a heart-shaped sign for our bar and attached flowers to it. Some other decor ideas include colorful vases, a Polaroid camera for pictures, and drinks for guests to sip on when they’re crafting.
Step four: Create your floral crown!
Now that you have set up your bar, it’s time to start crafting! Invite guests over to get the party started and have fun creating crowns with your best pals. Remember to take pictures during the process and then again after your done, while wearing your finished designs! You’re going to love looking back on photos of you and your besties having fun and getting crafty.
- Download Zola’s Flower Crown Infographic
- Zola’s “How to Make a Flower Crown With Your Wedding Party”
- Jessica Cohen’s “How to Make Easy, DIY Flower Crown”
- Janie Medley Shows How to Make a Flower Crown
Excerpted from Zola.com
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