Choosing the final décor for your event is exciting, but it can also be confusing. Depending on your theme, you may have chosen a more woodsy, natural theme, but you may be struggling as to where you can put more flowers, besides your bouquet. We provided a couple of different ways to incorporate florals into your big day.
1. Create a floral arch
You need a beautiful backdrop behind you as you stand before your friends and family and say your vows, and if you were looking for another way to incorporate florals, this is it. It can be as beautiful and colorful as you want or as elegant and simple as you please. How you do it is up to you and your theme.
2. Add flower centerpieces to the tables
If you don’t think your décor has enough florals, just add some more! Flower centerpieces are beautiful, and will help fill up the guest tables so they don’t look plain or under-decorated.
3. Floral bridesmaid dresses
Maybe your wedding isn’t as traditional as others, and if you’re looking for something else to really make your wedding differ from others, try putting your bridesmaids in floral prints. They don’t all have to be the same print, you can choose different prints or different colors, and instead of having typical dresses, go for flowy dresses that will really pop.
4. Put flowers on the end of each aisle
Nothing says beautiful like a walkway of flowers for the bride and her bridesmaids to walk through on the way down the aisle. Adding a ribbon to tie it all together can add a beautiful pop of color to the flowers.
5. Wear them
For a spring or summer wedding, there is no better hair accessory than a beautiful flower crown or flower-adorned hair clip. It can add beautiful pops of color to your wedding day attire, while also giving you that extra dose of floral you’re wanting for the wedding.
At first it can seem daunting, but it can be easy to find ways to incorporate florals into your big day. Just make sure to add small, elegant touches that can add to your overall theme without overpowering it. Also, make sure to be aware of any allergies ahead of time. You don’t want to deal with sneezing or coughing on your big day.