There’s nothing more majestic than a succulent floral crown for your big day. This beautiful addition to your wedding look will bring style, class, and a touch of nature to your already perfect bridal ensemble. Floral crowns are made to order using the best plants available at the time of purchase and are not customizable in this listing.
If you are interested in custom wedding floral, please reach out via email to set up a time to chat. Individual items can be combined for a package, and local couples can skip shipping if you book a package.
We offer a custom replanting service so that you can keep your succulents forever. See the gallery for replanting examples. This offer applies to local brides who’ve booked a package only. Local service area includes anywhere within a 300-mile radius of Moab, UT.
Succulents are a drought-friendly sustainable option for wedding floral, still living in your bouquet. They should not be thrown away after your celebration, as they are very sturdy plants, able to reroot, and will continue thriving long after the party is over. You’ll be starting a garden that will grow and thrive alongside your new marriage, serving as a “love garden” reminder of your beautiful day for years to come. Please inquire about this service if you’re interested.
Please reference our current Price Sheet for 2021 for services and prices.
These beautiful crowns can last forever. Simply pot your succulents after the big day and relive your wedding again and again.
Care instructions are enclosed with every purchase.
Please allow two weeks for production. If you need it sooner than that, please reach out before placing your order to confirm whether or not that’s possible. Rush fees will apply.
*Please note: These boho succulent crowns are meant to be decorative rather than worn every day. All of the plants can be removed and replanted after your wedding, event, or photoshoot. Succulents are hardy, drought-resistance plants that can take a pretty decent beating and still live to see another day. Take care of your crown with regular indirect sunlight and a weekly spritz of water, and it will last for a long while. Once the party is over, carefully separate the plants from the form and replant in coarse soil. Care instructions are enclosed with every purchase.