8 New Floral Ideas You Probably Haven't Thought Of Yet

What would a wedding be without flowers? It’s hard to imagine! Each season brings new creativity in the world of blooms. Floating petals, wildflower chandeliers, and blooming monograms are just a few of the new floral ideas that are blossoming right now. Lucky for you, we have all the inspiration you’ll ever need with these 8 new floral wedding ideas that will take your wedding from wilting to “wow”!

1. Floral Chandeliers
Compliment your floral centerpieces and transform your reception space with this statement-making décor piece at your wedding! Floral chandeliers can be adorned with wildflowers, hanging amaranth, or lush greenery – there’s no limit on creativity here!
Photo by KT Merry; planning by Anna Lucia Events

Photo by Finch & Oak Photography; floral by Alstonville Florist

2. Floating Floral
There is really nothing more romantic than soft flower petals floating in a gorgeous water fountain.
Photo by Colin Miller; planning by Colin Cowie Celebrations 

Image courtesy of Wonderful DIY

Photo by Victor Sizemore Photography

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3. Moss Tabletops
Instead of spending a fortune on floral arrangements, consider the idea of using moss! We know it sounds crazy – but it actually looks amazing! Try out a moss table runner for your garden chic reception and decorate it to fit your personal style. Your guests will love your wedding’s originality!
Photo by Glass Jar Photography; planning by Mint Julep Productions 

Photo by Anneli Marinovich 

4. Flower Wall
Do we even have to explain why flower walls are so amazing? Their sheer beauty speaks for themselves! Talk about having a “wow” moment at your wedding!
Photo by Debbie Lourens 

Photo by Hong Photography Studio; planning by Niche Events; floral by Karen Tran Floral

Photo by KT Merry; planning by Anna Lucia Events

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5. Mono-Floral Approach
Instead of stressing over which flowers compliment one another and how many varieties you will need, try the mono-floral approach! A bouquet of the same style of blooms will look elegant and simple.

Planning by Colin Cowie Celebrations

Photo by Andre Teixeira of Brancoprata; planning by Algarve Wedding Planners; floral by Oura Flores

6. Real Flowers On Cakes
To achieve the most vibrant of colors on your wedding cake, incorporate real flowers! Cascade them down the tiers of your cake, place a single flower on top, or dress up a naked cake – there are so many ways to play with this sweet trend!
Photo by Jonathan Young; floral by Flowerwild 

Photo by Jessica Gold Photography; floral by R Love Floral 

7. Blooming Monograms
Monograms make for memorable photo-ops on your big day! Fill them with your favorite flowers for an even more stunning look. 
Design by Daisy Mae Belle  

Photo by Jen Huang Photography

Photo by Sarah Murray Photography

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8. Bud-Vase Centerpieces
For the minimalistic bride who values the beauty in simplicity – try using bud-vases as centerpieces.  
Photo by Brian Evans Photography

Photo by Justin & Mary 

- Lauren Megerdichian 

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