19 Ideas to Fulfil your Floral Fantasy
With summer quickly approaching, it’s the perfect time to get some floral inspiration for your big day! From wedding arches and flower crowns, to petal confetti and flower walls – we’ve gathered some serious flower power that will fulfil your floral wedding fantasies.
1). Flower Arch
Ideal for spring/summer weddings, this Pinterest-worthy idea is taking the world of weddings by storm. Go for neutral or pastel tones like Frances and Chris and your wedding ceremony will be prettier than ever.
We love these dressing gowns in a Liberty-esque print- where can we get one?! Not only are they a prefect outfit for pre-Wedding primping but they also make a great souvenir for your bridesmaids along with these cute matching bracelets. Just remember that if you do opt for presents as pretty as this squad photos are mandatory!
We’re obsessed with these beautiful wedding cakes. Whether you go for a pretty hand-painted design, or real roses as a unique cake topper like Joanna and Matthew, make sure to include some floral elements into your cake.
Want something chic and classic? Transform your wedding breakfast into a floral paradise with these elegant centrepieces. This is definitely an idea for a couple who want to wow their guests like Nicola and Josh!
5). Chair Details
For an understated, subtle floral wedding idea, we love these gorgeous chair decorations. From colourful arrangements of tulips, to draped green leaves, this will work best for weddings with a rustic, shabby chic theme.
6). Flower Wall
Take your floral wedding to the next level with an extravagant flower wall. This makes such a fun addition to any wedding day, and your guests will have so much fun posing in front of this beautiful backdrop.
7). Petal Confetti
Replace your traditional paper confetti with some gorgeous petals. Not only is this far more eco-friendly than plastic confetti or dyed paper, this will look so pretty in your wedding photos! Give your guests confetti cones filled with delicate petals that match your colour scheme – we recommend pastel shades.
8). Flower Crown
If you love boho style like real bride Phoebe, why not include some floral crowns in your big day? Either buy them from a store which uses faux flowers, or make them yourself using real flowers! Talk to your wedding about what kind of flowers work best for these DIY floral crowns. Popular choices include peonies, gardenias, and sweet peas.
9). Reception Drinks
When it comes to your reception drinks, feel free to get as creative as you want. To incorporate some girly florals, why not freeze some pretty blooms into some ice cubes or tie a little bit of lavender to the glass? Your guests will love sipping on these stylish cocktails.
Set the floral theme of your wedding day with some stunning invitations likes this floral design. There are plenty of unique creations to choose from, or talk to your stationery supplier and ask them to design something special just for you.
11). Flower Girls
How cute are Sue and Darren’s flower girls in their little petal dresses?!
12). Your Dress
Floral prints are a must for spring/summer weddings! Opt for delicate blush tones and fluffy tulle. We love these elegant bridal looks.
13). Seating Plan
Let your guests find their seats from a beautiful flowery seating plan like Joanna and Matthew’s. If you want to keep your seating plan forever as a memory of the day, perhaps consider using fake flowers.
14). Up The Stairs
We love these flowers running up the bannister from Vicky and Lalit’s real wedding!
15). Personalised Planter
Not only would a custom planter like this one from Laura and Jason’s big day make a lovely welcome for your guests but it would also be great for you to take home and keep in the garden or if you’re not feeling green-fingered ditch the plants and use it as nifty storage. Either way it makes a lovely reminder of your day.
No bride is complete without her bouquet! Either opt for classic lilies, roses, and peonies, or keep it simple with an understated bunch of hand-picked daisies.
We love these flower initials from Samantha and Sam’s wedding, select your favourite blooms for a gorgeous personalised detail- don’t be afraid to mix colour and texture!
These stunning floral corsages are a brilliant way to add some flower power to your bridesmaids’ looks. If your bridesmaids are wearing mismatched dresses, these corsages are a great way to coordinate their outfits!
19). Hanging Decorations
Don’t feel you have to keep the flowers just to the tables, we love these hanging floral decorations from Lauren and Chris’ wedding.
After you’ve decided what floral creations you’d like on your big day, contact some local florists to get some more ideas and quotes.
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