Every bride wants their wedding to be beautiful. And every bride wants their wedding to stand out. What better way to make a statement than with your flowers and decor. Flowers are so versatile and there are an infinite number of ways to be creative and unique with your wedding day florals. Here are a few of our favorites.

 

NOT ALL VASES ARE MADE OF GLASS

Flowers don’t necessarily have to be placed in glass vases – you can use just about anything to house your florals just like this pumpkin arrangement. Large fruits (watermelons, pumpkins), outdoor pots, pails and baskets will make for beautiful centerpiece ‘vases’.

 

THINK OUTSIDE THE VASE

For a different take on the centerpiece, consider placing (or gluing) the flowers outside of a candle-lit vase. It gives the arrangement a romantic feel while making the centerpiece appear larger.

 

BECOME IMMERSED

Immersions are an easy and cost effective centerpiece idea that still makes a statement. Simply fill up a glass vase with water and immerse it with Calla Lilies or Orchids. Arrange flowers, petals or candles at the base for a beautiful final touch.

 

ADD SPARKLE

Crystals are a gorgeous way to add sparkle and glamor to your centerpiece. They are inexpensive and, for maximum effect, should be added to relatively simple centerpieces of branches, leaves and a few flowers and you are left with a magnificent arrangement that will surely wow your wedding guests.

 

THINK GEOMETRIC

Florals shaped in a sphere, square or any geometric pattern add such a modern and whimsical touch to your wedding day decor. Hang them from branches or aisle chairs, attach a beautiful satin ribbon and turn them into bridesmaids bouquets, or place them in vases, platters or cake stands to create a visually stunning centerpiece.  

 

HOLD A BASKET

Baskets aren’t just for little girls anymore. You can replace the traditional bouquet with an orb or a basket to carry down the aisle for a unique bridal or bridesmaid look.

 

GO GREEN

Natural and eco-friendly weddings are hugely popular these days, and we love the idea of incorporating succulents and greens into your wedding decor for a very organic and earthy look.


 

Photo credits: Lawrence Ha Photography, Pico Soriano Designs