Floral Wedding

August 16

Greenery Inspired Wedding Theme

Add something lush and lively to your wedding theme. Just a little bit of greenery goes a long way to add a fresh and unique look. Whether it be on table runners, in bouquets, on a cake or the bride’s flower crown, greenery gives a little life to any wedding theme.

Make your wedding day a place where you both feel at home in your own beautiful style. Here are some ways to add greenery:

greenery-inspired-wedding-themePhoto Source: Bridal Flower Crown | Cake | Coaster | Tablescape | Bridesmaids | Ceremony Décor

Finding areas to add fresh foliage is easy. Wrap ivy around draped pillars and run garland down the center of your reception tables. A favorite benefit using greenery is the affordability and how it can withstand cooler and warmer conditions. No worries about wilting arrangements!

We also love how olive leaves and lavender look so rustic and delicate on the cake. There are endless ways to incorporate greenery—even the bride gets a flower crown and bouquet that matches the big-day decor.
greenery-inspired-wedding-invitationFeatured Wedding Invitation: Stunning Wreath. See our full Wedding Invitation Collection here.

Go for a soft watercolor design, like this one, to introduce a romantic, outdoor wedding. The colors and fonts elegantly compliment its design and the wreath-shaped watercolor makes a subtle hint at the greenery theme.

For your ceremony and reception, use greenery in every detail to create a look that’s mesmerizing. Don’t forget you can add your style to boutonnieres and corsages in addition to the bride’s flower crown! Once you find the perfect theme that speaks to both your styles, decorate every part of your day to make it beautifully yours.

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October 19

Pink, Black and White Garden Wedding Ideas

Bold, vintage botanicals take a modern approach when paired with a simple black-and-white dot pattern. Playful yet sophisticated, this look is feminine without being over the top. A color palette of blushes, corals and watermelon reds add an energetic appeal to the dresses and floral centerpieces. Perfect for an outdoor fall féte or a spring soirée garden wedding.

pollka-dot-petal-theme-wedding-ideasPhoto Source: GroomCenterpieceBridesmaidsCupcakes

A great way to make pink less girly and more sophisticated is by infusing black-and-white hues. Colors: dark coral, ecru, blush, black, ivory

polka-dot-petal-theme-wedding-invitationFeatured Wedding Invitation: Brushed Petals. See our full Wedding Invitation collection here.

Groom
Take a bow. Bow ties don’t have to be serious or stuffy. Have fun with a polka dot pattern. It’s an easy way to add a playful touch to otherwise traditional groom attire.

Centerpiece
Peonies and zinnias bloom in deep reds, oranges and blush pinks. Jewel-tone berries and leaves add a rustic texture while a silver vase keeps things polished. If you’re going with a larger centerpiece, make sure to keep it low so that guests can still have visibility across the table.

Bridesmaids
Forget the matching bridesmaid dresses. Right now, the trend is maintaining the same color in a variety of shades. From pastels to jewel-tones, the look is cohesive but not boring. Similar bouquets give their wedding attire a unified look.

Cupcakes
Black-and-white and dotted all over. White buttercream roses and black sugar pearls adorn this cupcake tower. This ties in beautifully with the bow-tie and invitation details.

Vintage yet modern. Playful yet chic. Ornate botanicals create a garden-inspired look that’s made to be coveted.

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April 24

Boundless Blooms BHLDN Inspiration Board

The ever-chic team at BHLDN put together this elegant inspiration board for us. The classic style of pearls and floral are a perfect match for the romantic bride.

Boundless Blooms BHLDN Inspiration Board

Image source: Bouquet | Bride & Groom | Gemma Gown | Cake | Cocktails | Boundless Blooms Floral Wedding Invitation

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