10 Beautiful Flower Girl Hairstyles You Can Try Today

Written by Anisha Pradhan • 

Though a wedding is mostly about the bride and the bridesmaid, often we forget that flower girls play an equally important role. The young, adorable girls lead the bride into the aisle, dump the basket of flowers at one side while looking extremely cute. Aww!

But, let’s face it: not every flower girl will want to rock a boring hairdo. So, to glam up the look, we have compiled a list of ten flattering hairstyles that are perfect for flower girls when they are walking down the aisle. From chic up’do, glamorous floral head piece, loose wave locks or straight bob, we hope these hairstyles are picture-perfect for your girl.

Read ahead to know about the beautiful flower girl hairstyles!

1. Long Bob

AnnaSophia Robb with her long bob looks stunning at the Coachella Desert Pool Party. In fact, we believe the actress with her smooth, straight bob can convince anyone to go for a chop. The simple-yet-sophisticated bob is not only sleek, but also looks extremely healthy, polished and natural, plus the dark and light highlights can make any woman with fair skin look beautiful. A perfect hairstyle for your daughter, to give the look a little more volume, spray Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray ($42).

2. Wavy Bob

Wavy Bob
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British television presenter, model and contributing editor at British Vogue, Alexa Chung is our favourite pin-up for messy and wavy hair. We adore how her layered bob along with side-swept fringes is casual and yet wonderful.

The hairstyle, even though a bit undone, can instantly draw attention to your face. If you have an oblong-shaped face like Alexa’s, make sure that your bob is a bit longer than the chin length. To get dreamy and tousled waves, work a curling tong (on low heat) into your locks with some texturizing spray like Rusk Texture Dry Finishing Spray ($18) for those loose waves, and you are ready to go!

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3. Half Updo

Half Updo
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A young model at the Oscar de la Renta Bridal Spring/Summer collection demonstrates how to look striking with messy, half up, half down hairstyle. The model added some freshly picked flowers and leaves to her hair, giving her that perfect flower girl look. Once done styling, spritz your daughter’s hair with a soft hold hairspray, Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Wild Ginger Finishing Spray ($21), to hold her strands in place!

4. Messy Updo

Messy Updo
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A perfect wedding hairstyle for medium to long length hair, Kirsten Dunst’s side-swept and undone updo allows the actress to keep her hair out of her face while giving the entire look an ethereal touch. To copy Kirsten’s gorgeous ‘do, pull your hair behind into a ponytail and wrap it, securing it behind your head. Add fancy floral hairband for the special occasions.

5. Side Part Pony

Side Part Pony
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Actress Mischa Barton keeps her hairstyle simple with a deep side part ponytail. The actress further embellished her hairdo with a floral headpiece.

To duplicate this playful look, tie the ponytail on one side and conceal the hairdo with a tie; you can also section off the hair for a polished look. Now remember that flowers will suit every wedding, so you can tuck your daughter’s favourite flower into her ‘do, for a toned-down and easy-to-do hairstyle. Finish off this look with minimal makeup and simple jewellery.

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6. Twisted Hair Knot

Twisted Hair Knot
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We love this cute and extremely chic streamlined take on the high bun knot from Bella Thorne. In addition, the messy, blunt bangs accentuate her facial features perfectly. The young actress twisted and piled her hair expertly on her crown, spritzed some texturizing hairspray – like Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray – and paired it with a fresh, single flower while attending the premiere of Open Road Films The Host. Match the cute hairstyle with simple studs, light lipstick, and a coat of mascara as a finishing touch. Simple and stylish!

7. Curly Low Bun

Curly Low Bun
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At the 41st annual Songwriters Hall of Fame, singer Taylor Swift looks effortlessly chic and feminine with her curly hair tied in a messy low bun. With a trendy style like this, there is no way any loose strand will fall on her face— at least not anytime soon.

A glam, flower girl, look for a wedding – the simple and pretty hairdo is easy to re-create at home. Just curl the hair using thin curling tongs and wrap it into a low bun. Embrace flyaway hairs, add a thin, floral headband, and give your look a playful and youthful touch.

8. Braided Half Updo With Flower Crown

Braided Half Updo
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We simply love this half updo hairstyle worn by the young model at the Oscar De La Renta show. Braided half updos are perfect for weddings, as they mix the glam of the up’do along with the ethereal and whimsical loose hair. Plus, her slicked back, braided half updo is extremely flattering for her round face, and the fresh, flower crown adds a striking finishing touch to a flawless look.

9. Messy Long Hair

Messy Long Hair
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This is an amazing hairstyle for flower girl with long, messy waves and a stunning white lily garland crowning her casual ‘do. For soft waves and a messy finish, mist with texturizing spray, like Calista Tools Complete Texturizing Spray ($20), and use a curling iron to curl the bottom hair. For more natural-looking waves, skip the curling wand and scrunch the bottom hair a bit.

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10. Braided Crown

Braided Crown
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The adorable young model wears her tousled copper-hued, long locks in a braided half updo. A great wedding hairstyle for lustrous and long hair – to copy this versatile hairstyle on your daughter – just braid a thick band on her crown and add a single flower for a stylish touch. If you have naturally curly or straight hair, use styling tools on your locks, and add some hair spray to keep them in place.

So there you have it – our favourite flower girl hairstyles for weddings. Whether you are planning on styling her hair or taking her to a hairstylist, this post will inspire you. And do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below! We value your feedback!

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