This afternoon we are back with our regular feature ‘Advice from the Married Side,‘ real life wedding planning...
Happy Monday everyone, while I’m enjoying my holiday I thought I would share with you some flower filled inspiration. This wonderful inspiration post, filled with flowery goodness from FTD Flowers, rounding up the best of the current flower wall trends! I love love love a gorgeous floral wall, both for a ceremony backdrop, photo area or entrance – I don’t think you can go wrong! Such a wide variety of ideas here, you will be spoilt for choice, but I think my favourite is the sweetheart table!
‘Floral decor is always a must for weddings, but there is a new trend that is taking over the wedding world- flower walls! Flower walls are a unique way to represent you and your partner’s emergence as a couple into the world. With so many different styles and themes to choose from you are sure to find the design that is right for you.
For a simple look, attach a wreath to a wooden wall and add bright blooms to create a minimalist appeal. If you prefer to make more of a statement, try using paper blooms in large sizes to display around your venue. For an outdoor wedding, drape your favorite flowers off of branches. You can use verdant moss on top to add substance.
Pretty and delicate, go minimal for a subtle touch – (Photo by: Lena Kozhina Photography)
Lots of foliage and draping florals add a whimsical touch – (Photo by: Kelly Sweet Photography)
Tropical vibes with glossy greens and clashing florals – (Photo by: Jenna McElroy Photography)
Geometrics and sculptural aspects bring these designs right on trend – (Photo by: Redfield Photography)
Classy and Sophisticated with a punch! – (Photo by: Ashley Kidder Photography)
Neons and Industrial elements create a bold statement!
Wild and romantic, this is gorgeously dramatic – (Photo by: Pat Furey Photography)
Go DIY with paper blooms and make a big statement
A flower wall for a sweetheart table, a perfect photo backdrop! – Photo by: Amy and Jordan Photography)
Utilising rustic elements or pre-existing trees to create an organic vibe – (Photo by: Erika Lynn Photography)
Combining fabric with a floral fame creates the perfect stage
Bold and daring, this is unusual and bound to make a statement – (Photo by: Casey Fatchett Photography)