Baldr, born beautiful, yet marked for death. The ultimate sacrifice, though not dead yet his fate is set. I included the white flowers on his head because ox-eye daisy and other white flowers of that family are called "Baldr's Brow." A perfect mix of beauty and also ritual significance.

Voluspa - Norse Mythology Book - Verse 32

 “I saw for Baldr, |  the bleeding god,

The son of Othin, |  his destiny set:

Famous and fair |  in the lofty fields,

Full grown in strength |  the mistletoe stood.”

Bellows Translation