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How to: Coronation Flower Crown
The King’s Coronation is less than a month away (scribble 6th May in your diary) and what better way to celebrate than with flowers!
With an extra Bank Holiday to look forward to, it’s time to start planning something fun and crafty and it doesn’t get more regal than a flower crown!
Hosting a party? Why not make flower crowns for all your guests (or guests of honour)? Or make a day of it and gather loved ones and host your very own flower crown class!
Fully embrace the Coronation theme and adorn your crowns with red, white and blue/violet blooms! We’ve put together a super easy step by step below – follow along and have fun!
Flowers and Foliage of your choice (we went with Red Spray Roses and Eucalyptus).
Now gather our foliage. Cut to size and wrap around the headband, spiralling in one direction. Use wire to bind into place. Now you should start to see your crown taking shape!
If you are happy with your foliage (you can use as little or as much as you like, it depends on your style) it is now time to add a pop of colour with flowers. We have made this super easy, by cutting and using OASIS® Floral Adhesive to glue flowers head in place around the crown. Again, you can use as many or as little flowers as you like – it depends how big you want to go!
Now it is time for the finishing touches (and this is an optional extra). Finish off your crown with Amy Velour Ribbon in a trailing bow – we went with the navy ribbon as it works beautifully with the regal colour scheme!