Romance. Grandeur. Gorgeousness. There are wedding aisles and then there are aisles like this. Aisles that are so incredible they are in a class by themselves.
Simona and Luigi’s unbelievable aisle in Sorrento, Italy will have you daydreaming for months. We love how the flowers frame the aisle and beautifully overhang Simona and Luigi as they say their vows. This wedding is pure fairy tale and the perfect inspo to start your week!
Traditional, sophisticated and timeless, an all-white wedding palette is eternally fresh. Shades of ivory, eggshell, pearl and pure white play well with one another, adding luxurious layering to your decor. Opting to bring in embellishment or detailing with metal or mirrored accents multiple the crispness of the white without diminishing the chic layered effect.
White drapes wrap a venue in softness, ensuring all eyes are on those incredible one-of-a-kind floating chandeliers made of orchids up above. Photos: Kevin Chin, Floral: Nancy Liu Chin, Planning: A Savvy Event
Move over blush pink, this bright shade’s got something to say. Bright, fun and bold, hot pink wedding flowers make an eye-catching statement. Look to flowers such as bougainvillea, roses, orchids and dahlias for the perfect pink and look here for some serious bouquet inspiration.
Not only was this arrangement locally sourced near the wedding site, the soft array of peonies and feathery ferns is the ultimate in feminine bouquets. Photo: Jarusha Brown, Floral Design: Trincomali Farms
How green does your wedding grow? Lush foliage is a hot wedding look these days, for many great reasons. Not only is it fresh and natural, it can be budget-friendly. It also helps meld indoor and outdoor venues, seamlessly creating gorgeous hybrid wedding settings.
Look to plants such as ferns, palms, succulents and even fragrant herbs to fill in the foliage. Topiaries, living walls, terrariums, hanging elements and centerpieces are perfect places for vibrant greenery to step in as your wedding decor. We suspect this post will have you green with envy.
The foliage for this wedding makes it appear like the ceremony and reception are taking place in a secret garden slowly taking over the event. Tendrils work their way up poles, pews and hang from the ceiling. Photography: O’Malleys Photographers, Floral Design: FloraNova
From the moss-covered flowergirl baskets and tent dripped with ivy, to the enormous trees trucked into a cathedral it seems no detail is left untouched by green at this foliage-covered wedding. Photos: Shaun Menary, Floral: GRO designs
The simplicity of a tropical palm frond wedding altar arch cannot be ignored. Photo: Rad and In Love
Greenery as the primary part of a bouquet may be unexpected, but it creates a lush, freeform statement. And the eucalyptus is certainly a fragrant addition. Photo: Two Foxes, Floral: Ash and Oak