Brides are seriously loving alternative floral decor inspiration, and who can blame them? The classic takes on ceremony arrangements and centerpieces are feeling a bit stale and there is a new wave of fresh perspectives on blooms!
First up, we have hanging floral centerpieces. With the amount of outside weddings there are in Tahoe and the many hired tents, hanging floral centerpieces are a great way to add color and flowers without blocking the view or overwhelming your tables. Hanging centerpieces mixed with chandeliers are enough to turn any tent or venue into a stunning indoor/outdoor garden.
Trend #2: Dried flowers are the new living florals. Worried about the environmental impact your wedding is having and looking to cut down on waste? Dried flowers are your answer. Not only are they stunning, you don’t have to worry about them wilting since they are already dried! And you can reuse them after the wedding because they stay good for so long!
Also trending: Floral arches 2.0. We have seen floral arches around for a while, but designers are stepping up their game and getting more creative with this popular shape. Whether it’s geometric arches, simple elegant arrangements, or overstated hanging floral chandeliers, browse the gallery below for fresh inspiration.
Plants hanging in orbs Ashley Cox / Brick Wall Studio Castillero / Red roses W&E Photographie / Hanging pots Rebekah J. Murray Photography / blue flower arch Heart and Colour / white doors JESS BARFIELD / dried hanging flowers Miss Gen Photography / wooden rectangular arch Grant Daniels / Pink Dried Flowers Braedon Flynn / Blue and Yellow dried flowers Eleanor Jane Photography