One of our favorite elements of a wedding (and dare we say of most people) is flowers! We rounded up 32 Ways – because we couldn’t narrow it down!) to help you achieve a flower filled wedding. From the earliest moments of wedding planning, when you send out invitations and pick your dress, to the favors you give guests as they leave, you can incorporate flowers in every which way. You’ll find plenty of inspiration as you pan through these gorgeous images!
(Floral design by Hoot & Holler, Photo by Riane Roberts Photography)
Before the Big Day
A floral theme can begin as early as invitations! Add this pretty touch to your stationery and you won’t be sorry.
(Stationery by Shindig Bespoke, Photo by Elaina Mortali)
(Stationery by Gourmet Invitations)
(Stationery by Momental Designs)
(Stationery by Basic Invite)
(Stationery by Laura Damiano Designs, Photo by Bright Eyed Photography)
Floral wedding dresses may be one of our all time favorite trends! Go bold with an all over pattern or subtle with floral lace.
(Event design by Bridal Bliss, Photo by Ellie Asher Photography )
(Fashion by Mon Amie Bridal Salon, Photo by Mink Photography)
(Fashion by Jaclyn Jordan, Photo by Carrie King, Beauty by Esty Lipkind)
Don’t forget about the accessories! Let them shine in their own floral suit. From hair pins to your bouquet and boutonnieres, make them stand out with florals that pop!
(Fashion by Ariel Jennifer Taub, Hair by Katy Turcotte, Photo by Dan Lippit Photography)
(Fashion by Celia Grace, Florals by Mt. Lebanon Floral, Photo by Dawn Derbyshire Photography)
(Event design by HoneyFitz Events, Florals by Lark Farnum, Photo by Jessica Castro)
For the Ceremony
Don’t skimp on your signage. These signs are often the first elements of the wedding your guests see, so make them pop with extra florals and garlands.
(Event design by Rock Paper Scissors Events, Photo by George Pahountis)
(Wedding by Samantha Scott Events, Floral design by Blush Botanicals, Photo by Tim Otto Photography)
The ceremony arch is where florals are most commonplace. Get inspiration for how to make yours an eye catching feature of your wedding from these jaw-dropping arches.
(Rentals by Found Vintage Rentals, Floral designs by Little Hill Floral Designs, Photo by Brandon Kidd)
(Floral design by Papertini, Photo by Asya Photography)
(Photo by Essence Photography)
(Event design by A Stunning Affair, Floral design by Butterfly Floral Design, Venue by SLS Beverly Hills, Photo by Alyssa Armstrong Photography)
(Fashion by D. Cantidio, Photo by Aloha Fotografia)
(Event design by Gold Leaf Event Design and Production, Photo by Rachel Havel)
Now’s the time to make a big impact with flowers. Wow your guests as they walk into the reception!
(Event design by GATHER Events, Floral design by Inessa Nichols, Photo by Heather Kincaid)
(Event design by Sash & Bow, Floral design by Buds N Bloom Design Studio, Photo by Maison Meredith)
(Rentals by Archive Rentals, Photo by Bryan Miller)
(Event design by Kate and Company, Florals by Artistry Floral and Event Design, Decor by Exclusive Events, Photo by Switzerfilm)
(Event design by Birch Design Studio, Floral design by Kehoe Designs, Photo by Aaron Delesie)
(Favors by Happily Ever Etched, Photo by Victoria Angela Photography)
(Florals by The Farmer’s Daughter Florals, Photo by Jenni Grace Photography)
Take it up a notch with floral plates, placecards, and linens!
(Event design by Fete Nashville, Photo by Evin Photography)
(Florals by Belovely, Photo by Ashley Bartoletti Photography)
(Event design by Antonia Christianson Events, Photo by We Are The Mitchells Photography)
Leave your guests with a special taste in their mouth. Top your cake with flowers and send them away with floral favors for a lasting impact.
(Event design by Sterling Social, Florals by Hidden Garden Flowers, Photo by Sargeant Creative)
(Favors by Bash Bags)