When opting to DIY elements of your wedding, the easier a product is to work with right out of the box the better. I’m talkin’ petals, garlands, and today’s topic–wreaths! Whether you want to keep it simple with a wreath of fresh greenery, or color-coordinate with the rest of your arrangements by tucking in some flowers leftover from your centerpieces or bouquets, wreaths can find a place any look you’re trying to achieve.
Some of my favorite unexpected uses for wreaths that I’ve come across lately (which can be found below) are ideas like hooking an embellished wreath on of the edge of each chair lining the ceremony aisle, a hanging “wall” of mix-and-matched wreaths to create a lush backdrop, and mounting event signage on a ring of fresh greenery. Also be sure to check out the source link for the tiny Rosemary place card wreaths, it’s a super easy DIY project and what better greenery to use for a dinner plate than some fresh herbs! Check out even more wreath-spiration below:
Sources: Wild wreath with white Tulips, Ceremony wreaths with draped fabric, Eucalyptus wreath for bride & groom’s dog (a FiftyFlowers DIY couple!), Multicolored succulent wreath, Giant wreath “seat” for wedding photos, Flower-adorned wreaths to line the aisle, Branch wreath decorated with Air Plants and an antler, Wreath “chandelier” with Hops and hanging candles, Mixed hanging wreath backdrop, Rosemary wreath place cards, Wedding signage mounted on wreath, Wreaths of soft greenery and flowers, Hanging Silver Dollar Eucalyptus on branch wreath.
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