12 New Flower Decor Ideas For Your Wedding!
BY Apoorva | 17 Oct, 2017 | 2979 views | 4 min read
As much as we love tassels and colourful drapes, there is nothing like flowers for your wedding décor. They can instantly change the feel of a room and you can use them to dress everything from your hair to your cake! Here’s a look at new flower décor ideas for this wedding season.
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Go All White
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There's something so timeless about a clean and crisp flower décor set up! You can use white flowers to create a stunning mandap as this one or even use them for your centre pieces. If you have a Christian wedding an overflowing bunch of gorgeous white roses is perfect to compliment your bridal gown!
Give us some Origami Love
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Love flowers but want to go green as well? Paper flowers are a stunning alternative to real flowers and they look just the same even after 5 hours! You can create a floral wall out of them or simply use them for your smaller wedding events. We loved how this bride created such a unique floral hand band instead of the usual floral jewellery for her mehendi.
Have an Upside Down Garden
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How can a ceiling covered in flowers not wow you? This abundant indoor inverted garden is a perfect set up for a cocktail party, your wedding pheras or even as you exchange vows. Its unique, fresh and absolutely new!
Put them into waffle cones or even buckets!
We are tired of seeing flowers being stuffed into mason jars with burlap on it! But waffle cones are so new and awesome. You can also try mini buckets and line them up your aisle towards your mandap. For centre pieces, you can use these cute little teacups and add a bunch of contrasting flowers into it.
Floral Entry Points
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Instead of just one big entry point, opt for huge floral arches for your entrance. Without the drapes it gives an illusion of space as well as looks stunning at the same time!
Colourful Mixed Flowers
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Gone are the days where you would have only red or yellow flowers at weddings. It’s all about mixing it up to get something wonderful. Experiment with different flowers and colours. You can have a bright colourful mandap or even a centrepiece if you are opting for an all white or pastel attire!
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Swap out the heavy, traditional crystal chandelier for a hanging arrangement of flowers that mimics the look and feel of a light fixture. Try hanging long strings of flowers, like these delicate mogras for a fresh look
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You can use actual potted flowers for your centrepieces or even to mark your mandap aisle. You can also draw inspiration from this wedding that actually strung up potted plants up in the air for such a vibrant mehendi function. These can double up as favors too for your guests to take home so they are wasted away!
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Want your guests to sit in the lawns and enjoy your wedding without spoiling their clothes? Create these cutesy floral chair with moss and baby breath as seats. We loved how the roses accentuate a simple chair, taking it to another level all together!
Get personal and ask your florist to turn your monogram (or just your new last initial) into a floral sign to decorate the door to your ceremony entrance or the mantle at your reception venue. Cover it in monochromatic flowers or go more rustic with moss and wildflowers.
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If you don’t want a stage or if your venue cannot have one, you can opt for a floral arc. And there's nothing quite like a flower-covered trellis to do just that. Hanging crystals and cascading vines create a pretty backdrop for photos. Play with colours and floral varieties to make it work for any season or setting. We love how this simple floral ring makes even such a unique location like a beach, pop!
Ombré Floral Strings
Simple, fuss free and stunning to look at! These ombre floral strings are perfect for a day function or even for a minimalistic mandap decor. These are so easy to make that they can also be DIY-ed for a home function.