4 Show Stopping Ideas for Your Wedding Flowers

4 Show Stopping Wedding Flower Ideas

When you picture your wedding flowers, what do you see? A modest bouquet and some buttonholes? A handful of vases filled with pretty blooms? Or maybe your imagination runs wild and you dream of filling your wedding with as many blooms as possible?

Both options can look equally stunning, but if you really love flowers, why not let them play a starring role in your wedding décor?

Here are four show-stopping ideas for your wedding flowers that will transform your venue and wow your guests…

1.    Hanging Flower Balls

If your wedding venue has high ceilings, hanging flower balls are an ideal way to add colour, texture and drama to the space. This look works particularly well in a rustic setting such as a barn, tipi or yurt.

4 Show Stopping Wedding Flower Ideas - Hanging Flower Balls

2.    Floral Arch

Whether freestanding or fixed to an existing structure such as a porch or pergola, a floral arch serves as an incredible backdrop. Use as a focal point for the wedding ceremony itself or to add visual interest to your formal photographs.    

4 Show Stopping Wedding Flower Ideas - Flower Arch - Red on Blonde Photography

3.    Flower Wall

Just imagine the glamorous selfies your guests will take if you install one of these at your evening do!

4 Show Stopping Wedding Flower Ideas - Flower Wall

Packed full of beautiful blooms, a sumptuous flower wall looks incredibly luxurious. Soft, blousy flowers are a must, so think roses, peonies and hydrangeas.

4.    Floral Staircase Garland

Sweeping staircases are made for dramatic floral garlands, especially if you’re planning a grand entrance as husband and wife.

4 Show Stopping Wedding Flower Ideas - floral staircase garland

Continue the cascade of flowers on to the floor at the foot of the stairs and add candles in lanterns or hurricane vases to create even more magic and romance. Until next time,

Happy planning!

Val x     

Photography Credits

Image 1, 2 & 3 Zinnia Florist by Red on Blonde Photography

Image 4 - Krystal Group & The Whimsical Cakery

Image 5 - Kathy Wright & Co by Jose Villa via Style Me Pretty

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    1. Hannah:
      Oct 22, 2017 at 04:11 PM

      Beautiful inspiration here. Flowers really can transform a space. Thanks for sharing our images, Val. x

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