#WeddingWednesday: Incorporating Flowers in Your Wedding Decor
There are a number of ways to incorporate flowers in your wedding decor. They do not solely have to be used as bouquets and boutonnieres but can also be seen in many different aspects of the wedding. Celebrate the spring season on your wedding day with these beautiful and elegant ways to incorporate flowers in your wedding decor.
Add flowers to your wedding cake for a pop of color. Your cake will have a perfect spring flair that all of your guests will love.
You don’t have to use the traditional floral centerpiece on your wedding day if you would prefer not to. Be creative and design a centerpiece that is all your own. This couple used floating candles and put tulips in tall, thin candle vases, adding a romantic flair to the centerpiece. The spring colors on the table create an ode to spring that will be heard loud and clear.
Deck out your ceremony arch with florals in the color of your choice. Anchor your ceremony space with flower pedestals to create the full spring effect. Add other elements such as fabric and lighting to create an even more romantic look.
Have flower seed escort cards! This idea doubles as both the perfect springtime favor and escort cards. Don’t give everyone the same flower, mix it up and hang them on a clothesline so it is reminiscent of a garden.
Put some spring flair in your hair by using flowers as a hair piece. Not only will it make you a spring bride but it will add elegance and a softness to your look.
Put fabric tied with flowers on the chairs for your reception. You can either put these on every guest’s chair, just the wedding party’s chairs or only at the sweetheart table chairs.
Add some spring to your step with these Dolce and Gabbana shoes. The flowers on the shoes are perfect for the spring bride and act as the perfect surprise for all of your guests showing you went the extra mile to incorporate your theme into your day.
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