Flower wall backdrops have soared in popularity ever since Kim Kardashian and Kanye West said, “I do”, in front of two gorgeous flower walls. You know, the 20-foot walls full of gorgeous all-white roses, peonies, and tuberose?
It is no surprise that this quickly became a trend and ’til this day, is still very popular. Use a flower wall as the setting for your ceremony or as a photo backdrop during the reception. Your guests will love it and you’re guaranteed to have gorgeous wedding photos!
There are a ton of ways you can DIY your very own flower wall. It can be as simple as tying simple blooms onto a fishing wire or inserting trimmed-down flowers into stacked bricks of floral foam. We have all the supplies you need to help you achieve your dream flower design.
Browse through the flower wall inspiration below!
1. Moss Wall with Flowers
This moss flower wall was embellished with peonies, garden roses, and a few other blooms. The flowers matched perfectly with the bride’s flower crown. There’s no doubt this colorful wall was the perfect outdoor backdrop!
2. Simple Monstera Leaves
Fresh monstera leaves hung up on a line makes for a minimalistic look!
3. Taped Flower Wall
One of our very own FiftyFlowers brides used carnations for her flower wall. She used metallic washi tape to attach vertical rows of flowers and greenery, which added awesome texture! As you can see, it spiced up the white wall and made for a perfect photo area.
4. Floral Backdrop with Neon Sign
If a flower-filled backdrop isn’t for you, try out this backdrop idea and add a neon sign! We teamed up with Wedding Chicks to show you how to DIY your very own backdrop using flowers like matsumotos, ranunculus, Queen Anne’s lace, parvafolia and billy balls!
5. Modern Lattice Flower Wall
This next floral backdrop is perfect for a whimsical garden-themed wedding! The greenery intertwined perfectly in the lattice with hydrangeas and roses adding a soft, elegant touch. They kept the color palette simple with green, peach, and shades of pink. Classic!
6. Pink and Red Flower Wall
Red and pink garden roses were used to achieve this beautiful look! The backdrop was also covered in faux greenery and fresh Italian Ruscus.
7. Fresh Floral Wall
Here we have another white wall transformed using fun, bright flowers! The flowers were carefully taped in a linear design with just enough white space in between the rows to prevent it from looking too cluttered or competing with their central centerpiece.
8. Statement Floral Wall
Use a range of garden roses, spray roses and wax flowers to create your very own backdrop. This look is both romantic and minimalistic, not to mention easy to recreate too!
10. Hanging Greenery Wall
If this doesn’t scream “modern tropical,” I don’t know what does! These tropical leaves were layered together on a stark wall. A brilliant and cost-effective option that basically serves as living wallpaper!