When planning a wedding, doesn’t it seem as though flowers are always on the brain? Floral arrangements are a relatively staple décor element of both classic and contemporary nuptials; they’re often featured in a variety of ways during the big day. The hardest part as you go along is ensuring all of your chosen blooms coordinate well – not only with each other, but the space in which they will be displayed. Bridal bouquets should feel cohesive with those of the bridesmaids, which should blend well with the color scheme of the wedding, thus dictating the reception centerpieces, and so on.
While you may be looking into incorporating perennials into an archway or chuppah, you might entirely overlook the possibility of featuring blossoms throughout your ceremony space. Many brides and grooms have cleverly displayed floral clusters on the backs of guests’ chairs, at the entrance to the area, and even dotting the aisle itself. If you’re looking to incorporate flowers into the general décor of your service, look no further than the inspirational photos below, taken at real weddings! Click each photo for further inspiration.
Photo by Michael Carr Photography; Consulting by Ann Whittington, Event Planner
Photo by Vue Photography
Photo by Joe Latter Photographer; Floral & Event Design by White Lilac Inc.
Photo by Callaway Gable; Consulting by Tessa Lyn Events