Flowers can make anything beautiful and we love findings unique ways to incorporate them into the decor. Following are ideas to inspire our brides with an affinity for flowers into designing their perfectly unique weddings.
Floral Wall Decor
When it comes to floral wall decor, an entire wall of flowers is a beautiful option.
However, there are many ways to get creative with the idea of florals on walls. For example, floral frames.
Climbing vines look elegant as well.
Seriously guys, you can do whatever you want. Talk to your event designer and create custom decor unique to you. That's what we're here for!
Hanging florals can look whimsically beautiful for the ceremony, as centre pieces and as decor around your venue. Hanging floral garlands are very popular in South Asian weddings' especially yellows floral garlands for the mehndi, a pre-wedding function.
Here's another whimsical pick-from-the-garden approach to hanging floral garlands. Love how the flowers look cascading down around the chandelier.
Hanging florals can come in many forms: pomanders, lanterns, creative pots and vases. Add fabrics and jewels to create the perfect look and use hanging flower creations for everything from centrepieces to aisle decor!
Centrepieces are, of course, an important part of designing your wedding, and you can't go wrong with traditional flower arrangements
But there are also submerged and under the table florals.
You can also use props and unique items in lieu of vases and pots.
Whimsical floral ceremony arch, anyone?
And this lovely creation is perfect for a unique centerpiece!
Petals can make a wonderful and romantic addition to wedding decor. In South Asian weddings, at the reception when the bride and groom enter, flower petals (usually roses) are thrown on them like confetti by their guests in celebration!
They also make for beautiful aisle decor
Flower Accented Napkins
Floral Cake Decorations
Serving Trays and Food Display
Hope we inspired you to incorporate gorgeous blooms into your wedding decor! What was your fave idea?
OUDALOVA E&D SOCIAL MEDIA COORDINATOR - Saliah Chaudhry