Many bridal parties include a flower girl or flower girls. A fun way for a younger family member to be a part of the wedding. This flower girl headband is the perfect hair accessory for any young gal preceding the bride down the aisle, and you can customize it with your own wedding colors! The flower headband is would also work for any other dressy occasion … or just to wear to school on a Wednesday!
This project is part of Craft Lightning Week – this week my co-host Angie from The Country Chic Cottage, and our Guest Host, Katie from Sweet Rose Studio and I are 5 days of fast and easy wedding craft ideas, along with other crafters from around the internet. Be sure to scroll to the end of this post to check out all their fast and easy wedding craft ideas!
Start by gluing the ribbon trim to the headband, one section at a time so that the glue doesn’t cool before the ribbon is in place.
Gently pull the flowers off of the stems. We just need the petals for this part, so discard the rest.
Put a dab of hot glue on the back of one petal set. Put onto the headband. I find that the headband looks best when the flowers are placed asymmetrically (just on one side of the head), but use your own judgement.
Glue a pearl or rhinestone into the center of the flower.
Repeat, adding multiple flowers with pearl or rhinestone centers.
Your flower girl headband is complete!
Check out these other fun and fast wedding craft ideas:
Over at My Daylights, you can learn how to foil your own napkins – great for any fancy party!
Do you love wrapping beautiful gifts? Over at 100 Directions, Jen shows you how easy it is to wrap a beautiful wedding gift.
If you’re planning a summer wedding, you’ll want to check out these Fan Wedding Favors from My Very Educated Mother.
These wedding crackers from Frog Prince Paperie are super fun, and add a great pop of color to the wedding decor.
Get your bridal party together for an evening, and you’ll have all your wedding placecards done in no time, using this tutorial from Tikkido.
These bride and groom flower pots from Albion Gould could be wedding decor, or you could use them to decorate for a bridal shower… or save money and use them twice!
Homemadeville shows you how easy it is to make a classy bowtie napkin.
Carla Schaurer Designs made these fantastic watercolor Thank you notes – because a bride can never have too many!
Katie from Sweet Rose Studio, our guest co-host, made this awesome Monogram Cake Topper (and I love the donut “cake” she put it on!
My Craft Lightning Co-Host, Angie from The Country Chic Cottage made these photo transfer candles – great for decor at the ceremony or the reception.