Flower girl hairstyles are a great way to bring out the princess to the surface and make any girl or woman look her best. There is a great variety of such hairstyles out there, depending on the length and type of the hair and the available flower accessories.
New Ideas of Flower Girl Hairstyles
Flower girl hairstyles come in all shapes and sizes and are often quite complicated. Some of them can easily be made at home, while others should only be entrusted to a professional.
The accessories for such hairstyles should be carefully chosen with the consideration of how long they should serve. Natural flowers look better, however, they quickly loose their freshness, so if the hairstyle has to last for a long time, artificial flowers are usually chosen.
However, there are some techniques, which allow natural flowers to stay fresh longer. We have handpicked 70 flower girl hairstyles for your little girl to choose from.
No matter which occasion you want this style for or maybe you just feel like being a princess for a day, you will definitely find a suitable option here.
1. Flower Girl Hair With Headband
If your hair is short and there aren’t many hairstyles you can play around with, don’t forget about the headbands. Simply comb the hair and use a flowery headband to complete the look.
2. Flower Girl Hair With Accessories
Large flower accessories can look great if they are needed to complete a certain style. If your dress is voluminous, try to avoid large accessories. However, a simple dress can easily be worn with large flowery headband.
3. Messy look with flower pins
Messy styles might be a little hard to keep intact but they always look very cute on girls and sexy on women. In order to add a festive feeling to the hairstyle, pin a flower anywhere you wish. It will look great regardless the place. You might will love this hairstyle for teen girls.
4. Flower Girl Bun Hairstyle
The flowery bun is achieved by making a tight ponytail near the nape. Thin strands (about half an inch) are separated and attached to each other with invisible pins to create a flowery look. Add some flowers to the elastic, which holds the ponytail in place.
5. Cute Waves
If your hair is not naturally wavy you can make easy waves by applying some hair gel and arranging them in waves while the hair is still wet. You will be a great wet wavy look, which can be improved by adding some flower accessories.
6. Carefree Curls
If your little one is blessed with natural spiral curls there is no need to style them in an updo. Spice them up with soft layers instead and leave them free to fall around the face creating a gorgeous mess. Top off the look with flower hairpins.
7. Pretty Pigtails
Why complicate when a simple hairstyle does the job? Young girls can look pretty on a special occasion with cute pigtails. Braid down the ponytails or leave them simple. Finish off the style with a crown hairpin tilting on one side that is sure to turn you into a true princess.
African-American girls can flaunt their kinky afro girls with utmost confidence while scattering flower petals for the bride. Side-tousle the strands and pin them back on one side. Not enough? Toss on a veil to look like a bride yourself! Adorable without a doubt!
9. Pinned Back Style
This flower girl hairstyle is the cutest among all. Pin back the strands using some fancy hairpins. Keep the remaining strands straight or add bouncy curls to turn around some heads. Can’t get any easier!
10. Half-Up Look
A classic half-up, half-down hairstyle is perfect to rock at a wedding event. Little girls with long tresses can secure the front strands in a clip or ponytail at the back and braid it down for a detailed look. Set the style on fire with a chic floral headpiece and done!
11. Side Updo
Side updos look fun and playful making them ideal for little ladies at formal events. Opt for a middle or side part and crimp the hair to achieve a funky texture. Gather the locks on one side of the head behind the ear and fix them in place with pins.
12. Double Dutch Fishtails
Create a romantic appeal for your flower girl by opting for double fishtail braids. Instead of going for a simple middle part choose a zigzag one and plait the strands from the front to the ends in Dutch style. Loosen up the knits for a messy look and pull some chunks loose to frame the face.
13. Feather Loop Braid
Flower girls can steal the show with a chic feather loop braid hairstyle. Although it seems complicated the trick lies in separating small chunks while plaiting the hair and incorporating them again in a proper sequence creating loops along the way. Eye-catching isn’t it?
14. Chic Rope Twists
Those who find braiding difficult can experiment with a rope twist hairstyle. Take two chunks at the front and swirl them around each other while including more strands moving towards the back. Leave the twisted braids free to dangle or wrap them in a low bun and top off with a flower. Your call!
15. Flower Bun
Flower buns are undoubtedly the prettiest hairstyles for little girls to sport at a wedding. Create two waterfall braids along the sides and merge them together at the back. Continue plating to the end and wrap around the knit, resulting in a stunning floral silhouette. Don’t forget to add some shiny hair gems.
16. Simple Side Plaits
The simpler, the better! Keep it elegant by braiding the side locks and securing them at the back with a hair tie. Place an oversized bow on top of it to match the dress and keep the remaining hair perfectly straight or add curls for a dreamy appeal.
17. Get Creative
Another flower girl hairstyle that is sure to keep all the eyes on you. Style a Dutch braid in the middle with another two accompanying it on the sides. Swirl them around at the back creating a braided bun and add as many daisies as possible on the entire head.
18. The Braid Blast
If your hair is long enough to create an encircling braid, it would be a real blast. As this hairstyle is hard to create on your own, you can visit the salon. This flower girl hairstyle is sure to be a hit.
19. Flower Girl Wedding Hairstyle
Whether you are a bride, a bridesmaid or a flower girl, you will look fantastic with this hairstyle. Tie the flower wreath into an encircling braid and curl the rest of the hair to cascade down your back. You can attached a ribbon or a veil to this hairstyle if you wish.
20. Flower Girl Hairstyle With White Flowers
Flower wreaths look great with any hairstyle. Keeping them on your head is another story. In order not to lose your beautiful wreath at the most unexpected moment, tie it into your hair and fasten with pins and elastic bands.
21. Flowers in your braids
This flower girl hairstyle deserves special attention since flowers are attached to the braids so intricately that it seems as though nothing is holding them. This style will require large artificial flowers and some professional work.
22. Simple and natural
There is nothing more natural than long straight hair and a well-chosen wreath on top of it. Pick the natural flowers for such wreath and fasten it to the hair with invisible pins. Make sure your dress is as simple and natural as the hairstyle.
23. Flower Crown for Curly Haired Girls
A crown made out of flowers will make any girl look like a real princess. Make sure to attach the flower crown properly, so it doesn’t fly off at the wrong moment. Do whatever you like with the rest of the hair. The crown up front will be the centerpiece.
24. Creative flower girl hairstyle
You can get creative by attaching natural flowers anywhere you see fit. Make several ponytails or braids and attach bundles of flowers everywhere you like. This style will look amazing if you don’t overdo it.
25. Wide headband
There are at least two reasons why wide head bands can become a part of your style. They create a very special and festive look and they can be used to keep your hair together. Whatever the reason, you should give one a try.
26. Nothing extra
Simple flower girl hairstyles are popular among younger girls. If you have long hair, nothing extra is needed. Choose any kind of wreath you like, slide it on and your style is ready. Play around with the colors and sizes of the accessories.
27. Braids and ponytails
This creative style is actually very easy to make. Create two braids (one on each side) and tie them together with an elastic band in the back. Perhaps you will need some help to get the hairstyle centered. Curl the rest of the hair and your wonderful hairstyle is ready to be used.
28. Complicated braided bun
This hairstyle will look great on a bride. It is created so anything from a flower pin to a veil can be attached to it. This style should be made with a help of a professional. All the time you will spend on it is definitely worth the result.
29. Interlaced strands
This special hairstyle for flower girls is easily achieved by interlacing two wide hair strands and keeping them together with flower pins. You can try to make this hairstyle with the help of a mirror, however, you might need some assistance.
30. Wedding tiara
Tiaras are a great choice for flower girls. So attaching one to your hair is a wonderful idea. Make it seem a part of the hairstyle and you are sure to keep some heads turning your way.
31. Delicate Decorations
Tiny flowers can be made into gorgeous delicate flower crowns for your little flower girl hairstyles. Choices such as Hawthorne flowers are perfect for a Spring wedding, because they are small and white.
32. Cute Afro
A little Afro is a really gorgeous choice for African-American Flower girl hairstyles. Accessorize her hair with beautiful white flowers or leave the look completely natural.
33. Braid Crown and Tiara
Start this flower girl hairstyle by putting her hair up into a gorgeous braided crown. Choose a beautiful Tiara that matches the colour scheme of your wedding. Leave a few strands of hair down to frame her face if you want.
34. Triple Crown
Gorgeous waterfall braids are a brilliant choice if your flower girl has a long haircut. Make a diagonal braid crown close to the top of her head, then let this feed into a similar braid further down her head. Carry on until you have as many braid crowns as you want.
35. Long Loose Curls
Really long hairstyles lend themselves to gorgeous loose curls. Leave your flower girl’s hair down so that she can show off the style, but top her look with a beautiful crown of flowers.
36. Single Flat Braid
Thin flat braids are a very subtle choice for a wedding hairstyle for your flower girl or bridesmaids. A single braid can help to transform any hairstyle into something that is really special for a wonderful day.
Gerbera flowers are a very trendy choice for wedding hairstyles for flower girls. They are big, bold and fun. These gorgeous flowers are available in lots of different colors so you should be able to find some that match your color scheme.
38. Princess Braids
This gorgeous Fishtail braid has been laced with delicate flowers. Because the flowers have been placed at irregular intervals throughout the hairstyle, it looks as though there is a beautiful waterfall of flowers.
39. Chunky Braided Bun
A single chunky braid can be pulled back and then wrapped around to create a bun hairstyle. Make sure that her hair is super sleek before you braid it, so that the bun will be really neat.
40. Messy Curls Bun
Although you don’t really want a messy style for a wedding or a formal event, these messy curls hit the nail on the head for a flower girl hairstyle. Pin most curls up into a bun, but leave a few bits hanging loose in a very controlled ‘messy’ way.
41. Sleek Low Bun
A sleek low bun style is an ideal choice for a wedding hairstyle for a bridesmaid or a flower girl because it is a timeless look. Use a little hairspray to make sure that she doesn’t have a single hair out of place.
42. Twisted Braids
Mix things up by swapping a classic braided hairstyle for twisted braids. These twisted braids help to give hair a funky modern style. Throw in a few flowers for added effect.
43. Perfect Curls
This flower girl hairstyle could take a long time to do, so it might only be a good idea if you have a lot of helping hands on the day of the wedding. A hairstylist might have to curl every section individually to make sure that every curl is perfect!
44. Curls with Foam Flower
Fresh flowers might not look so fresh if they are in your hair for a full day. Classy foam-style flowers are an excellent alternative to fresh ones, and they look perfect in a curled hairstyle.
45. Hair Bow with Perfect Pipe Curls
Create a big bold bow using her own hair, then curl the ponytail that hangs down so that it forms two perfect pipe curls. Artificial hair bows are also available but it can be hard to get a perfect color match.
46. Hair Lattice
Hairstyles can be changed into works of art by people who have a keen eye and a steady hand. Criss-cross the hair over and under in a Lattice formation. Pop a decoration (such as a diamante) at each crossover point for added effect.
47. Pastel Shades
Pastel shades are perfect for a wedding scheme and they look great as part of a flower crown. For a really cute pastel style for your little flower girl hairstyle, you can finish off the crown with a white or cream ribbon.
48. Diagonal Plait with Plaited Bun
Start this plaited hairstyle at the front of your hair then move diagonally towards the back of your head. Plait all of the ways down the back of the hairstyle and then wind it all upwards into a really cute bun hairstyle.
49. Side Braid with Mini Beehive
A proper Beehive hairstyle is a classic diva look. A mini Beehive is a far more subtle wedding hairstyle for a young flower girl. Braiding the front of the hairstyle will make it superb for a special occasion.
50. Thin Braid Crown with Curled Ends
A thin braided crown is a really subtle choice for a wedding hairstyle for your attendants. This delicate style will really suit a cute flower girl! Curl the ends of the braids to make this style a little more unusual!
51. Chunky Braid with a Side Pony
Braided styles look great for wedding hairstyles but lots of little braids can be quite time-consuming and difficult to pull off, especially if your flower girl doesn’t like to sit still. Instead, do one thick braid around the back of her head and let hang down freely in a side pony.
52. Greenery Headband
A headband made of various types of greenery is one of the most inspiring choices for a woodland wedding. Make sure that you don’t destroy any plants when you are taking foliage for this little girl hairstyle.
53. Braid Bun with Two Flowers
It is easier to make a braided bun if your flower girl has really long hair. Braid it and then twist all of the hair into a secure bun. Clip her hair securely into place using two beautiful flower hair accessories.
54. In and Out Bun
This super complicated hairstyle is a great choice for your flower girl if you have the assistance of a competent stylist. Sections of hair are woven in and out to create an eye-catching lattice bun style.
55. Fresh Flower Accessories
Well, we know, you too got completely mesmerized with this cute doll’s attire. The natural white and pink floral crown is adding an ultra-pleasant feature to flower girl’s appearance. This refreshing floral color reflects more radiance on golden blonde hair.
56. Dreamy and Lovely Look
If your toddler has long and thick hair then, a high bun can be a cool hairstyle to make her tresses organized. No need to overburden the hair of little girls with heavy accessories as at this age as kids can easily get irritated with uncomfortable pieces of jewelry. An adorable outfit and elegant bun are enough to complete the flower girl hair look.
57. Side Parted Braided Style
If you want to keep the innocence on your girl’s face rather than transforming her looks into glamorized appearance, go for a simple side-parted braid hairstyle. You can let the opened half-down hair to fall over the shoulder or keep the tresses at back for an understated look.
58. Side Swept Hairstyle with Floppy Hat
Many brides want to have their flower girls in the same dress as their own wedding outfits. In such case, the flower girl hairstyle must also match with the brides as well, but with a cute and innocent slight alteration, such as a round vintage hat with the side-swept hairstyle would be a classic and decent choice for girls.
59. Short Hair and Floral Head Band
The lovely floral headband looks ultra-adorable on little girls especially when they have shorter hair. To get this look, side part the hair and sweep the front bangs to add extra innocence to her face.
60. Twisted Half-up Hairstyle
On dark black hair, the hairstyle is hardly noticeable. So, to make the half up twist hairstyle more visible, incorporate the pearly hair comb at the conjoining point of the twisted hair. Wavy hair gives the whole flower girl’s hairstyle an effortlessly natural aesthetics.
61. Cute Fishtail Braid
The side fishtail braid with beach wave hairstyle will make everyone buzz about the flower girl’s cute attire. It is a fresh and relaxed hairstyle that can be an epic choice to wear for weddings that are going to be held in the summer season.
62. Kids Cornrows and Bun
Cornrows may take plenty of time and effort to be done professionally, but once you achieve the cornrows hairstyle, it saves you from the hassle of styling the kinky hair on a wedding day. It features spiral cornrows that are tied into a high flat bun. A sweet flower at the corner of the bun completes the pleasing look.
63. Flower Girl Boho Hairstyle
Flower girls are meant to represent the childhood memories of the bride while the colorful petals crown symbolizes the youthfulness and innocence. Keep the hair open and turn the locks into loose waves to let hairstyle goes perfect with a boho outfit.
64. Sweet Waterfall Braids
This fascinating waterfall braid starts from both sides of the head and unites at the back in the form of a ponytail. The untied falling strands are turned into tight curls and left at the back to add a classic element to the flower girl hair styles.
65. Three Floral Buns
Aren’t these three mini buns are super cute? Not only, these are lovely but easy to carry for your little flower girl as well. It is unique updo that you can achieve on your little girl hair by making three plaits and then, twisting the plaits to create three floral buns. The floral accessory is incorporated in these buns to make the entire look even more amazing.
66. Mini Braids and High Bun
Flower girl’s updo styles involve so much fun that no one can get bored styling the little angles. This high bun hairstyle also contains some twist which makes the hairstyle lively and fresh.
Create three mini braids from the backside of the head, which is untied into a round high bun, later. A bow matching the outfit creates awesome vibes.
67. Halo Braid and Flower Crown
Another benefit of adorning the hairdo for flower girl with a floral crown is that it is easy to pull off when your toddler got tired or want to feel cozy.
To achieve this hairstyle, start braiding from both sides of the hair and conjoin these braid at the back. Embellish it further with a crown containing wild floral bloom for bohemian vibes.
68. Flower Girl’s Bow Hairstyle
A bow is highly irresistible whether it is achieved artificially or executed on natural hair. If your princess has fine hair texture, you can use a faux bow. The beach waves add more movement and dimension to the long mane.
69. Magnificent Mohawk Braided Updo
This stunning hairstyle is ideal for flower girls with shoulder-length hair. To achieve this look, turn the top hair into two braids and tie these braids into a topknot. Turn the remaining hair into loose curls to give it a natural captivating look.
70. Side Braid Bun
It is quite distinctive and creative than other Updos, which feature a Dutch braid bun starting from one side of the head and ends at the other corner side of the head. This bun is quite big and thick, and its beauty lies within its simplicity and well-organized structure.
Yes. Crowns are a very popular hair accessory for flower girls. Depending on your wedding style, you can choose a sparkly tiara or a whimsical flower crown. When choosing a crown for your flower girl, keep weight and size in mind to not overwhelm her.
Crowns may be a common flower girl hair accessory, but there are many options you can consider for a flower girl hairstyle. These include:
● Decorative combs
● Sparkly or pearl bobby pins
Flower girls can wear their hair up or down. Often, it depends on the age of the flower girl and the hair type she has. Some hair types are much easier to put into updos than others, and some girls are far more likely to sit still for styling.
If your flower girl has fine hair, it’s probably best to leave it down or style it half-up, as bobby pins and clips may not hold for the ceremony and reception. For girls with natural afro hair, their hair may hold an updo better.
There’s no set rule on who pays for bridal party hair. It often depends on your culture and the financial situation of you and your party. If you expect your flower girl’s parents to pay, it’s polite to offer a few low-cost styling options that won’t break the bank.
Take some time to pick the flower girl hairstyle that makes you look like a real princess. Make sure to pick the right accessories, since they are a big part of any hairstyle. You can start by choosing the wreath and go from there. Don’t forget that when all else fails, curls are the easy way out.