About this mod

Adds ten unique flower crowns to your game.

Permissions and credits

Video by Sloth






This mod adds eleven flower crowns to your game, ten of them are unique, there are two deathbell crowns because one of them is excessively high poly for a mere flower crown, it’s up to you which one you’d prefer to use.
The unique ones are

Dragon’s Tongue
Floral Mix 1
Floral Mix 2

They are not craftable and I won’t bother making them so, but they are enchantable.
This mod is Humans and Humanoids only, meaning Dark Elf, Wood Elf, High Elf, Orc, Nord, Imperial, Breton and Redguard.
I can’t be bothered to make new ones for Argonians and Khajiit since most of my characters are human and I’d have no use of it. But feel free to do so yourself and upload it to the nexus with a link back to the original.



Either through NMM or manually, unpack the archive into your skyrim directory, activate the plugin in the launcher.
You'll find them all in a dwarven jewelry box in either the Arch-Mage's Quarters in the College of Winterhold, or in QASmoke on a table. About the same place as the containers for my piercing mod were. But they are fully compatible and won’t be replacing each other, so don’t worry about that if you have both of them installed.
All of the files take up body slot 44 and won't be replacing any vanilla helmets or circlets or other headwear your character has equipped, it may possibly replace items from other mods though.


Compatibility issues

To avoid this conflicting with other mods I had installed that add cloaks and amulets and scarves and etc etc, I didn't want it to take up more than one body slot. Meaning you can't have a crown equipped along with my piercings since they both take up slot 44 or any other mod that adds items to body slot 44. With a bit of nifskope you can make it happen though.
You'll find instructions here.

Also note that these are 100% dependent on what flora textures you use. They will work perfectly with vanilla though.


Special Thanks

- DaMiriam for her beta-testing and image contributions. Markus and Erna for their beta-testing and crown suggestions.