Since the dawn of time, in almost every tradition and culture, flowers in wedding decorations is known to symbolize innocence, serenity and the blessing from nature.
For the modern wedding, flower arrangements have become an important element and considered as an art in itself. Either to emphasize the theme of the wedding or complement a certain element.
Elaborate flower arrangements may get pricey, but it is completely possible to have a beautiful ceremony with affordable ones.
Get inspired with our gallery of the most beautiful wedding flower arrangements for every season of the year.
Large Wedding Flower Arrangements
Blessed are the couples celebrating the new chapter of their life amidst the sprawling green grass and enveloped by the warmth of the sun.
The scenic outdoor venue demands flower arrangement for weddings to be elaborate and grandiose with assorted flowers and greeneries in various shapes, sizes, and colors.
Small Centerpiece Wedding Flower Arrangements
The perfect example of how a small centerpiece can still be charming and beautiful.
In a square glass vase, arrange two or more flowers in the same color scheme as your wedding theme. While the rose is perennial for weddings, seasonal flowers can be a lot more affordable and equally beautiful.
Colorful Wedding Flower Arrangements
A vibrant flower arrangement will capture all gazing eyes.
With the lively colors from different kind of flowers and greeneries, from the lovely pink and orange tulip to the pristine white lily and orange roses, this particular flower arrangement certainly does not come with a small price.
Vivacious Wedding Flower Arrangement
We have noticed that not all centerpieces are on eye-level and it’s actually interesting to widen the focal point with two different levels.
Alternate between the tall, towering transparent vases topped with a lavish flower arrangement. Place the smaller version just below eye level.
Pristine White Wedding Flower Arrangement
Shifting away from the centerpiece, flower arrangements can also be made to complement the table setting. Placing it just by the edge of the table.
It beautifully adorns the overall decoration and helps to emphasize the loosely hanging drapes of the table cover. White flowers are versatile and pristine for any wedding theme.
Lovely Wedding Flower Arrangements
Flower arrangements can be used to soften the masculine impression from the sheen of metallic colors like gold, silver, or copper.
Diffuse solid edges with assorted soft pastel flowers in clear vases. But if luxurious is the look you want to achieve, do the opposite. Give more bling by adding a shiny brooch or beads embellishments.
Wedding Flower Arrangement for Centerpiece Table
A silver goblet can enhance the aesthetic appeal of flower arrangement. Particularly for a table centerpiece.
A larger goblet will make an extensive arrangement with the combination of assorted flowers and greeneries in various stem length remain enchanting and romantic, especially for a vintage wedding theme.
Cream and Purple Wedding Flower Arrangement
It is quite possible to do a smaller flower arrangement on your own. Keep it simple with no more than two types of flowers that harmonize with the overall wedding color scheme.
Consider combining softly blooming flowers with wide petals like rose and smaller perennials to fill the empty spaces between.
Ceremony Wedding Flower Arrangement
Flowers arrangements for wedding ceremonies are typically more elaborate with a tantalizing combination of more than three different flowers and greeneries. Normally it place in taller vases to adorn the aisle.
We recommend that every couple incorporates aisle flowers into the reception décor by reusing them as centerpieces.
Gorgeous Wedding Flower Arrangement
Spread the love and celebrate the romantic beginning of your marriage life with these gorgeous flower arrangements.
The delightful combination of many different flowers, from the exotic two-tone orchid to the softly blooming rose, is unified in a soft pastel palette. A tall, slim glass vase will give enough elevation without distracting the whole ensemble.