If your wedding is coming up, and you are in the process of arranging how everything is going to look, here are some ides for wedding flower decor to make your day look beautiful:
Flower centerpieces are nothing new, but more and more brides are coming up with fresh new takes on a floral focal point. We love the trend for fresh flowers in decorated jam jars and bottles. In fact, it’s perfect for DIY weddings and won’t break the bank! You can use colored ribbon or lace to create a pretty vase out of an old jar, or just use colorful empty food containers if you’re a little DIY-impaired. The metallic tins should be used for golden syrup, as they also have a vintage vibe. Just be sure to mismatch for a quirky, eclectic look!
Pew ends and aisles
Pew ends might conjure up images of old-fashioned arrangements in churches. However, using flowers to decorate your ceremony space can be a modern way to ensure that every part of your wedding is personalized to bride and groom as a couple. Tying small bunches of your chosen wedding flowers to the aisle chairs with ribbons is a subtle way to introduce your wedding theme and will make your ceremony even more beautiful. Why not put single blooms in small tea light holders and hang them from the chairs?
When it comes to decorating your reception space, the sky is the limit! Dramatic floral pieces in plainer venues are always a good idea. A marquee, for example, is the perfect blank canvas to decorate with flowers and natural touches. Try hanging a large hanging arrangement from the ceiling, like a floral chandelier – just make sure to use a lot of greenery to add bulk without your flower budget going through the roof!
Branches and twigs are another great way to add the finishing touches to your venue – spray silver or white and hang with tealights for an icy winter wedding, or hang them with pom-poms or floral pomanders for sunnier seasons. We also love the look of hops (yes, the stuff they use to make beer) and corn to create a rustic feel for your day.