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A symbol of unity and eternity, wreaths make for lovely and meaningful additions to your celebration.
Let the casual, organic charm of your celebration shine through with this leafy save-the-date card; swirly calligraphed font captures the mood of an informal affair. Image: @nineteendesign/Instagram See also: 9 Singapore calligraphers to look to for elegant invitations, stationery and more Alternatively, have it on your cake instead. Let the foliage do the talking with a leafy sugar wreath, complete with pretty pastel blooms. The fondant is design to resemble cracked bark, lending to the outdoorsy vibe. Cake: Baker's Brew Studio. Paper flower backdrop and silk flowers: Ektory. Image: Her World Brides Dec 2016 See also: 9 essentials for pretty wedding decor Aside from drapes, consider lush greens and beautiful peonies and roses to give your chairs a garden-esque feel. Image: @bloomboxdesigns/Instagram Printed stickers pretty up these candle wedding favours - they can be used on any other favour packaging too. Image: @thedancingwick/Instagram A vintage Volkswagen Beetle is a timeless and super cute way to arrive at your wedding. Make the moment all the more picture-perfect with your ride dressed up with a pretty wreath. Image: @tats4now/Instagram See also: 10 fresh ideas for the classic all-white wedding Planning a shoot with the backdrop of an endless horizon, calm waters and gentle breeze? Amp it up with this larger-than-life structure. Image: @loverly/Instagram See also: 19 gorgeous ways to include Pantone's 2017 colour Greenery into your wedding Keep it chic and simple: A stamped-on design with the couple's names in gold is all that's needed to dress up this wedding album. Image: @paulbamford/Instagram This adorable heart-shaped wreath is a simple but creative way to add panache to your wedding pictures. For more props you can employ in your pictures, check out this story. Image: @cdweddingsperth/Instagram Flowers can be pricey. Save cost with this equally pretty and refreshing alternative instead - green wreaths suspended above the table. Image: @anastasiiaphotography/Instagram See also: Shireen and James' pretty mint green and white wedding Instead of buntings or paper flowers, lush green wreaths are a great alternative that deliver a fresh woodsy charm. Go for a variety of shapes and sizes for an interesting visual display. Image: @greenweddingshoes via @jumpthebroomweddings/Instagram Photography: Megan Welker The wedding cake's a highlight of your wedding. Place it in the spotlight with an equally wow-worthy backdrop like this hooped structure entwined with foliage. Image: @dion_daniels_/Instagram We love this sweet take on the wedding wreath that's dressed with dreamy blooms in a pretty pink ombre. Whether for your wedding car, or reception decor, it'll bring a pop of charming colour to your snaps! Image: @floralmagic_/Instagram
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