Wedding Floral Design
Wedding flowers galore! Bouquets, boutonnieres, arches, chuppahs, aisle decor, centerpieces and all other fun floral touches.
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A burst of red flowers, hydrangea, tulips and ranunculus brings a bright punch to this artsy wedding. The hand printed graphic table runner also adds a fun and personal touch to this San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers wedding. Planned and designed by destination wedding planner, Mango Muse Events
Wedding flowers that make a statement bring an element of the unexpected. Modern minimalist florals push against convention while honoring and reinventing traditions. Check out the blog post to learn more!
In the ’80s, flowers were used not just for centerpieces, but to create elaborate décorative elements. A desire to create social-media-ready backdrops has again made floral installations a coveted feature at weddings. Click to see what other '80s trends are making a comeback. #2022weddingtrends #weddingflorals #weddingflowers
Colorful wedding inspiration in Napa Valley. At Auberge du Soleil, this stunning wedding came together with pinks, reds, purples, and pops of navy. The ceremony had a beautiful overhead floral installation with hanging white florals and blush chiavari chair covers, and we brought in deeper tones of purples and navy for their wedding reception. Photography credit: Sylvie Gil
Like Covergirl, these 30 real life examples of dried grasses in wedding decor are easy, breezy and beautiful. With neutral palettes, multi-dimensional shapes and texture-forward concepts, we adore this modern approach to the organic wedding florals. And even moreso - we love the alternative ideas to incorporating dried grasses in weddings that trades pampas grass for ingredients that feel a little more unique these days!