This post is part of a DIY Wedding Flower & Decor series in partnership with Bloom Culture Flowers. In this series, we'll be sharing expert decorating and floral advice from the founder, Alison Fleck! In this post, you'll learn how to make some darling DIY wedding hair combs! We hope you love this DIY flower tutorial!xoxo, Jessica
DIY Wedding Floral Hair Comb
Floral hair combs have gained a lot of popularity over the past few years so we thought we’d share this easy DIY! Flower hair combs make a great alternative to a full-on flower crown or you can use these for your bridesmaids or even the MOB as an alternative to bouquets or corsages!
Who wouldn’t wear flowers in their hair?! It just adds an extra dose of whimsical romance to your wedding day look. And they are super simple to make, too!
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Supplies You'll Need:
- Snips or Wire Cutters
- Paddle Wire
- Card Stock
(Select a subtle color here, this is just a structural component)
- Hair Comb
(You can purchase these from any general store, they have various sizes)
- Hot Glue Gun
(Any glue gun will do, we use this for the construction portion of the backing, NOT for flowers (sorry to get in your grill about that but hot glue can/will burn the product)
- Cold Floral Glue (We use cold floral glue for fresh flowers, it adheres in a flexible manner and does less damage to the blooms!)
You'll need the following flowers to create this floral hair comb:
- Spray roses
- Hypericum Berries
DIY Wedding Hair Combs: Video Tutorials
The below videos feature two quick and easy tutorials to make a stunning floral comb or greenery comb for your hair on your wedding day!
Video tutorial: Floral Hair Comb
Bonus tutorial: Greenery Hair Comb
More about Bloom Culture
Bloom Culture specializes in working with DIY brides to remove all of the guess-work that comes with doing your own wedding flowers; they do the hard part so you can do the fun part. They will help you set a floral budget, determine the best flower varieties to use, and write “flower recipes” that tell you exactly what ingredients you’ll need for every bouquet, centerpiece, boutonniere and more, and give you video tutorials of how to do it. With all of the prep done, they’ll then set you up to have the flowers delivered direct to your door!
Content designed, created, and written by Alison Fleck of Bloom Culture Flowers