A fresh take on florals continues to be the prettiest trend to hit wedding land. Go beyond the bouquet and bring the joy of beautiful blooms to your celebration with a floral arbour or backdrop. Think lush greenery, floral chandeliers and simple petalled accents.
Bring zing to your white decorations by including a canopy of vibrant flowers. We love how these florals hang over the guests like they naturally would outside.
Rustic doesn’t have to mean no sparkle. This reception has both gorgeous chandeliers, and a beautiful green arbour over the wedding party table. Allow a country location to shine by focussing on the greenery with white flowers rather than a lot of colour.
This fresh take on a floral wall features small pops of pink and red on a deep green background, instantly making this location feel like a secret garden.
When it came to floral arches, this couple decided to go big or go home. The size of this arch makes it seems like an architectural feat of nature, the perfect backdrop for a sneaky kiss.
We adore the draped curtains framing these weddings. The lush florals in the centre help draw attention to the excited couples.
There’s no reason for the outside to stay outside. Bring cascading vines and rainforest plants into your ceremony to make nature lovers feel at home, even in an urban setting.
Personalise your flowers with quirky hanging bottles and vases. We heart this design idea.
Vintage repurposed doors can bring a unique feel to a wedding. For a beach location try driftwood on rustic doors, or use white-washed doors as a base for a riot of blooms. Doors are no one-trick pony.
You don’t have to bring the outside in, you can always bring the inside out. Hanging a chandelier and some flowers above a daybed makes for a cozy outdoor space with the elegance of a ballroom.
We’ve seen chandeliers and we’ve seen flowers, why not bring them together to create… the flowerdelier. We’re working on the name, but who cares what it’s called when it looks this spectacular. We especially love the use of Edison and filament bulbs in these works of art!
Mismatching is the new matching. Repurposed photo frames with their own corsages? Always a good idea.
If you want to stay fancy at home find some inspiration in Nicole and Jason’s hedge backdrop. They’ve taken an elegant backyard hedge and turned it into a flowery paradise with ribbons of big blooms. Alternatively, try decorative fairy lights shaped like flowers, win win.
Having flowers both above and below can make you feel like you’re dining in a botanical paradise. We wouldn’t mind these pretty petals raining down on us.
Traditional roses are given a new life in interlocking rings, perfect if you love the symbolism of an unending love.
Finally! A floral decoration for the bridal table that includes everyone. Usually flowers on the table only frame the bride and groom, but the whole team is in on this one.
Words by Bianca Weaver