If you’re considering a more pastoral motif for your big day, you may think that the frills of a “traditional” wedding don’t apply to you. When it comes to the customary elements of your nuptials, there are ways to put your personal touch on everything – including your floral décor. From your ceremony arch to your centerpieces, flowers are a perfect way to display your concept to friends and family.
If you’re planning a more rustic wedding, you have a plethora of options at your disposal as far as your bouquet goes. Instead of the typical cluster of roses that are common in traditional weddings, creating a more “wild” bouquet can align perfectly with your motif. For inspiration, scroll through the pictures below from real weddings – each can be adapted to fit your rustic big day. Click each photo for more ideas!
Photo by Michael Carr Photography; Consulting by Ann Whittington, Event Planner
Photo by Eli Turner Studios; Consulting by Engaging Affairs
Photo by Vue Photography
Photo by Tine Hoffman for TM Photography; Bridal Gown by Monique Lhuillier; Consulting by Viva Bella Events
Photo by Carter Rose for F8 Studio; Consulting by DFW Events
Photo by Stacy Newgent; Consulting by Viva Bella Events