One of the best ways to make your wedding day memorable is by incorporating beautiful decor pieces and flowers into your theme. In our articles, you can discover some beautiful wedding decor inspiration, floral arrangement ideas, stylish centerpieces, and so much more! No matter your style or theme, there is advice here for every bride-to-be! Check out these beautiful wedding planning tips and inspiration here.
With so many options this year, we’ve assembled twenty-three examples of some of our favorite bouquet trends that you should keep on your radar. Don’t shy away from color, bold florals, and whimsical designs. We’re confident that your bouquet will stand out and be something personal and special to you on your big day.
To get the look, take a CUE from these FLORAL virtuosos:
Having a Spring wedding? Create the mood with pretty pastels, says Ly. “Dutch Masters was all about shape and a sensuous palette.” Adds the New York floral designers. “All flowers are welcome to join the party, and timing is key so the blooms are wide open.” @DOAN_LY
The backdrop is another area where you can make a statement. The thing to keep in mind here is fusion and thinking outside of the box. Combining florals, tumbleweeds, cloth, and others will create a dynamic, unique, and one-of-kind execution that will make the wedding all your own.
Quantity isn’t always the best when it comes to creating floral looks that will “wow” guests. Think about the volume and space that florals will take up. Go for the volume! For table arrangements, go with hydrangeas because you get a lot of great volume with each stem, which can take up more space and keep your price down.
Instead of wedding flowers or the traditional chandelier, these bespoke pieces will give your wedding that pop you are looking for.
Above: The urchin-shaped orb is available as a table lamp, or in a pendant version which is suspended from a ceiling plate. It can be used as chandeliers to create an ethereal canopy of glowing lights.
Instead of spending an obscene amount of money on replacing wilted flowers, you can save the money and the planet by getting preserved blooms for your big day. The fun part is that they can come in various sizes. From your cute little boutonnieres and bouquets like this ivory masterpiece with snow-like sprigs of Gypsophila, eucalyptus leaves for that burgundy pop and Pampas grass for the complete bohemian look;
What better way to project your inner boho and ethereal love than by creatively including macramé designs in your wedding décor? Yes, Macramé gives you a chance to be minimalistic with the options of subtle but soulful knots. But, it also allows you to stand unique with eye-catching intricately knotted pieces – there’s no discrimination with macramé.
If you are looking for an inexpensive unique way to display your votive or candles at your wedding, here are two green alternatives you might find appealing and engaging and give that WOW effect.
If you think the EVERYDAY wedding centerpiece designs can stand up to this, you better think again!
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.”
― Clare Boothe Luce
Centerpieces are exactly what their name implies. They’re the belle of wedding reception decor, and are a great avenue for any bride to showcase their creativity. Your classic centerpieces usually feature a cascade of flowers and extravagant blooms, which can put a strain on your wedding budget, and your nerves.
After the ceremony is over, designate someone to collect and make small bundles of flowers that can be handed to each of the female guests as they are leaving or if you will be having your reception in the same venue, they can be given out then. Another option would be to collect the flowers in a decorative box and simply invite guests to “take a flower” or two.
"A fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature's greens revive, restore and renew. Illustrative of flourishing foliage and the lushness of the great outdoors, the fortifying attributes of Greenery signals consumers to take a deep breath, oxygenate and reinvigorate." These arrangements show the different use of greenery and how to incorporate it into your wedding theme!👏👍👌
These hardy plants are pretty and blend well with all floral arrangements. It could be their unique shape, their organic color palette, or their natural beauty… Whatever it is you are dreaming of, here are 13 fresh ways you can use succulents in your wedding.
Take your wedding bouquet to the next level by turning it into a wearable piece of art. Thick floral sleeves, garland-style jewelry, or a wearable purse or hoop will all add an exciting and breathtaking element to your wedding outfit. Drape elegant greenery around your arm for the perfect living accessory to accompany you down the aisle or tuck flowers into your hair and sleeves for the perfect homage to glamor and natural beauty.
How much energy and time you devote to planning your wedding decor depends largely on your ceremony and reception sites. If they’re already ornate, you’ll need minimal decorations and flowers. If they’re clean slates, you’ve got more work to do. If you want a full-service floral designer, you’ll definitely want to book as soon as you’ve nailed down your wedding locations. If flowers and decor aren’t critical to you, it’s fine to book someone six months before the wedding.