Ideas & Advice
Gussy up your wedding venue with these wedding floral ideas - with a twist.
Wreaths don't have to be relegated to the holiday season. (See also: 8 Christmas decor items you can use for your wedding) Instead of berries, glitter and pine cones, dress them with pretty flowers and you'll get a wedding-worthy decoration. They're versatile, too.These are lovely as chair or reception table decor, or even as hanging centrepieces. Image: @floralmagic_/Instagram This up and coming trend gets our thumbs up! Instead of leaving favours on each table, set up a bar filled with loose or cut flowers, then let your guests have fun creating their own posies to bring home! You'll also need to lay out ribbons, cable ties/tape and scissors. Image: @hellofromflour/Instagram You can be sure your guests will be blown away by this whimsical display - we sure are! Taking inspiration from the Wizard of Oz, Melissa Andre Events created this floral interpretation of the Yellow Brick Road, complete with the cutest miniature hot air ballons with bright yellow flowers. Too cute! Image: @melissaandre/Instagram Geometric terrariums are such chic additions to any modern tablescape. Green succulents are a modern, tropical option, but if you're going for a more romantic vibe, think soft blossoms and dreamy drapes as table runners. Image: @insidetheknot/Instagram This colourful floral installation with bright blooms hanging from the ceiling will make a statement at any wedding celebration. Interperse gigantic paper blooms with lush fresh ones for an eclectic feel as well as a whimsical touch. Image: @fioredorato/Instagram See also: 5 PLACES TO CUSTOMISE YOUR DREAM WEDDING DECOR! If you're looking for gift ideas for your bridesmaids, we love this lovely idea - fresh flowers displayed in the prettiest (and handy) boxes from The Bloom Box. They make for cute and totally photo op-worthy alternatives to your bridal party's posies, too! Image: @thebloomboxsg/Instagram This box of blooms isn't just great as a gift - we think it'll make for ultra-stylish centrepieces too, especially if yours is a contemporary affair. Stack a few up on a round table, or have them scattered along a long table with candles for a modern appeal. Image: @melissaandre/Instagram Okay, so this isn't a decor idea but if you're wondering what you can do with all the flowers after your special occasion, hit up Refresh Flowers. Instead of having them all thrown away, this social initiative repurposes wedding flowers for the elderly and patients receiving palliative care - a wonderful way to spread the joy. See also: 5 USEFUL THINGS YOU CAN DO WITH YOUR DECOR AFTER YOUR WEDDING! Image: @refreshflowers.sg/Instagram