Flower crowns are not just for flower girls anymore. They’re for spring parties, picnics in the park, brides, bridesmaids and anyone who loves sporting a whole head of blooms. As we slowly step into spring, we’re pinning our little hearts out on the floral front. Today, it’s all about flowers on that beautiful noggin of yours!

1. Monochromatic Carnation Crown: First up, this tutorial will show you how to turn a bunch of basic carnations into a beautiful topper. We love the monochromatic color palette. (via The House That Lars Built)

2. Baby’s Breath Flower Crown: See? Baby’s breath is NOT so bad! When used by itself, it can make for a lovely and delicate arrangement. (via Pittsburgh in Polka Dots)

3. Fresh Fall Colors Crown: Fall’s a long time away, but these warm hues are welcome on our heads any time of year. (via A Beautiful Mess)

4. Ethereal Crown with Succulents: Succulents on a crown? Sign us up. (via Camille Styles)

5. Pastel Flower Crown: The jumbo booms on this number definitely make a statement. You’ll be the belle of the festival ball if you rock a crown like this at Coachella. (via Kelli Murray)

6. Silk Magnelia Boho Crown: Who says the flowers have to be fresh? For a crown that lasts longer than a day or two, stock up on silk florals. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

7. Tissue Paper Ranunculus Crown: Speaking of faux flora, how gorgeous is this crown dedicated to the ranunculus? So gorgeous it’s ridiculous ;) (via Brit + Co.)

8. Yellow and White Silk Ranunculus: More ranuncs! Love the limited palette of this silk scene. It’s a great way to use fake flowers without looking too fake. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

9. Peachy Garden Rose Crown: This color palette is seriously smokin’ on the wedding front as of late. (via Green Wedding Shoes)

10. Midsummer Flower Crown: Now that’s a crown that’s festival-ready. (via Honestly WTF)

11. Winter Floral Crown: Bookmark this one for holiday parties and festive winter fetes. (via A Little Dash of Darling)

12. Bluebird Silk Flower Crown: We know that flower crowns aren’t for the everyday, but if they were… this would be the one to rock. (via Brazos Valley Bride)

13. Bold Art-Inspired Crown: We love the story of this crown project inspired by a piece of classical artwork. (via The House That Lars Built)

14. ’90s-Inspired Crown: Though we’re not sure what makes this ’90s, we’re down with the combo of deep and pastel hues. (via Design*Sponge)

15. Wildflower and Billy Ball Crown: Finally, a shot of the flower crown I wore for the late night portion of my wedding. It was made with the same flowers used for tabletops throughout the wedding. And yes, my husband is wearing a Polar Bear Griz Coat. (via Lyndsay Undseth Photography)

Have you ever worn a flower crown? For what occasion? Will you try making any of these? Talk to us in the comments below.