If you’ve attended a wedding recently, chances are that you saw a flower wall or two. This trend is quickly sweeping the wedding world, and for good reason—it’s beautiful! If you’re considering a flower wall for your own ceremony, but are concerned that it’s overdone, don’t worry! There are plenty of unique ways to create the flower wall of your dreams on your big day, and we’ve rounded up 14 of them below:
Not all flower walls need to be lush. A simple wreath on wood has minimalist appeal. Add brilliant blooms to keep things festive.
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If you can’t decide between an archway and a wall, create a hybrid of the two. Cover an arch with abundant florals to create a curtain of blooms. A mix of vines, buds and twisty twigs takes on an architecture all its own.
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For the dreamiest feeling, arrange blooms over sunset swirls of color. Propped behind the rehearsal dinner table, this flower wall makes the perfect conversation piece.
Photo by: Jenna McElroy Photography
A flower wall need not consist entirely of flowers. A couple of florals and vines tucked into pretty vases add understated elegance.
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Colorful columns of fresh blooms make a strong statement. Placing them against a white wall helps the hues stand out.
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For a flower wall almost as beautiful as the bride, bunch together pastel blooms and drape in fabric reminiscent of a veil.
For a flower wall that guests will remember long after the cake is cut, combine bright vivid vines with textured metal and a rustic backdrop.
For the couple who loves nature, an organic-feeling wall is a must. Leaves, twigs, petals and blooms all mix to make this lush masterpiece.
Photo by: Pat Furey Photography
For wedding guests who want to feel like they’re in a wonderland, consider the fantastic effect of paper flowers. Try matching them to the bride’s bouquet for a consistent theme.
A tropical-toned wall adds just enough exoticness when propped behind a table and chairs.
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For an outdoor wedding, simplicity is key. Utilize natural features like vines and branches to assemble your wall. Empty space between blooms allows picturesque scenery to show through.
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Whimsical buds and drapey vines feel like a fairyland when combined with white lights.
Keep the focus on exquisite florals with a monochromatic wall. Soft paint tones jive well with delicately-colored buds. Let vines dangle freely for a natural feel.
For increased elegance, try a dark-toned background. Keep the florals light in hue to avoid a somber feel.
Photo by: Casey Fatchett Photography