5 original ideas for making the floral decorations of your wedding15 Dec 2020
During a wedding, floral decorations are essential to enhance the beauty of the location and add a touch of romance and poetry to the setting. In this article we give you some useful tips to create a refined and original floral decorations for your wedding.
A panel entirely covered in grass, leaves and colorful flowers is a perfect floral decoration for botanical or nature-themed weddings. It can be placed behind the table of the bride and groom, in the area where the civil ceremony takes place, or in a corner of the garden, to be used as . Another original idea is to use it for the tableau de mariage.
Floral spheres of various colors and sizes are perfect for hanging on tree branches or on the ceiling of a porch, or to decorate the path leading to the altar. They can also become an original bouquet of the bride and bridesmaids, or a pretty centerpiece.
Trees in jars
Who said trees only have to be in the garden? You can place potted plants in the indoor reception room to give it a more welcoming and less formal look. If the dinner is held in the evening, you can also hang a variety of light decorations, from String Lights to crystal chandeliers.
Floating flowers are perfect for enhancing a brick wall or for creating high-impact visual scenes using existing ceilings or structures. They can be paired with strands of light for an even more striking effect during the evening hours.
Flowers and plants runner
Green runners are visually stunning wedding floral decorations. There are several solutions that alternate moss carpets, garlands of leaves, candles and flowers in vases or glass containers. Alternatively, you can opt for the more classic flower runner, perfect for romantic and chic style ceremonies!
Our advice stops here, but the ideas for creating original and elegant wedding floral decorations are countless. Our advice is to contact a flower designer to create the decorations that best suit your tastes and theme of the wedding.
floral design credits: Centro Fiori Venezia, Vincenzo Dascanio Studio, Munaretto Flowers, La Dogaressa Flowers
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