Garden wedding, a relax close to natural wedding party can still be just as glamorous, creative and stylish as any indoor wedding. It has long tradition among high society (think” Great Gatsby”). It is the best option for an outdoor wedding, who wouldn’t want to exchange vows amidst a magical garden setting, and these things are must have for an outdoor garden wedding party from oversized bouquets to pastel color palettes and watercolor stationery.
- Floral accents on Paper Goods
Sneak garden elements into your wedding stationery; Floral wedding invitations with floral motifs and soft pastel colors will set the tone for your garden wedding. This blue and white watercolor floral design wedding Invitation is beautiful for a spring or summer garden wedding.
- First, a perfect ceremony arch and backdrop
The backdrop can be a flower wall, an arch, a pavilion or deck. The limit of decorating garden wedding backdrop is the Sky. Brain storm with your partners to get a WOW backdrop. You deserve it. With colorful flowers and versant foliage as the backdrop, it’s no wonder garden wedding are so romantic.
For a unique vintage backdrop, repurpose an old fireplace mantel as your ceremony backdrop. You can dress up the piece with fresh flowers and re-use it at the reception later on.
Decorate your ceremony arch or chuppah with bundles of fresh flowers. Use larger blooms like hydrangeas and garden roses for a bigger impact. We can’t think of a more breathtaking backdrop for an outdoor garden wedding!
- A welcome sign
A welcome sign at the entrance to your ceremony represents your welcome to your guests. You can simply write a message “Welcome to the wedding of XX and XX”, or following by something “pick a seat, as we’re all family once the knot is tied”.
- Flower bar
Instead of dessert tables, flower bars are the big thing of a garden wedding. Flower bar is essentially an array of fresh flowers sprawled out on a table, guests can use it to create their own flower crowns, corsages, or use the petals as confetti. Also, flower bar can serve as your bonbonnieres, guests may peruse the blooms and create their very own take-home bouquets.
End your garden ceremony with a celebratory petal toss! Fill paper cones with petals and display them in a cute basket at the entrance to the aisle for your guests.
- Beautiful decorations in stylish
Mother nature does a great job of decoration, play up that flora and fauna vibe by incorporating natural elements into your own décor. For example, fairy twinkle lights strung up on tree branches or flowers hanging in vintage bottles will add some creative flair to your chosen garden area. In fact, when you are surrounded by natural splendor, extra decoration isn’t really necessary. But adding personal touches goes a long way towards making the space your own. We suggest you start with your own belongings and your family. For example, old chandelier, your mother’s own wedding china. Just looking around you for inspiration to make the ultimate result more meaningful and personality.
- Creative seating
Think picnic blankets, bales of hay, wooden crates and mismatching chairs and tables, these unconventional seating will add some character to your garden wedding style. Also, it is the special stylish decorations of garden wedding, don’t let convention stop you from daring to be different.
If your wedding garden is unstructured and rambling, these creating seating can be used to create outdoor rooms.
- A food truck or drink station
It is the trends of outdoor weddings. Novelty ways of serving good or serving culturally-themed food is becoming increasingly popular. Food trucks is one of the popular choices to serve trendy street food, gelati stations, gourmet barbecues and so on in a relaxed approac.
- Living bonbonnieres
Popular plant-based bonbonnieres options include mini terrariums, potted succulents or cacti.
- Lawn games
Some fun games are necessary to entertain guests. And same to garden wedding. Some gun lawn games, like lawn bowls, giant Jenga, ring toss, or croquet.
Search antique stores and flea markets to see if you can find a vintage set. The added charm will be worth it!
- Protect against unforeseen guests
Unforeseen guests always ants, insects, fly, Mozzi, and also some plants. Discuss the precautions your party partner to ensure that bugs don’t spoil the party. The downside of garden wedding is bugs. Luckily you can DIT cute bug spray to keep them at bay
- A Edible flower-adorned cake
When it comes to garden weddings, we think there’s no such thing as too many flowers. Decorating your wedding cake or dessert table with many flowers. Fresh flowers transform a simple buttercream wedding cake into a stunning work of art.
- Plan B
Umbrellas, canopies, heat lamps, pop-up tents for guests to provide shape and shelter if needed.
- Green centerpieces with pressed flowers
Don’t be shy away from using lovely leaves, garlands, succulents, or other foliage. Wedding centerpieces with lots of greenery will bring a garden-inspired look to your reception table.
Pressed flowers or botanical table numbers, one more word: Swoon!
And matched with gold details compote vases make your centerpieces stand out. Or you can pair them with bell jar centerpieces, moss and votive candles to create an enchanted garden wedding theme.
- Floral hair accents for Bride
Chignon worn to the side is chic and romantic, it is looks beautiful for any type of garden wedding venue. And don’t forget to ask your hairstylist to hook you up in the flower department.
- Must have beautiful blooms
Peonies and roses are a must for any garden wedding bouquet, also calla lilies and timeless white and ivory color palette. If you’re going for a whimsical look, finish your wedding bouquet with long trailing ribbons.
- Long banquet table with greenery Chairs
Instead of the traditional round or square reception table, seat your guests at long banquet tables, it encourages everyone to mix and mingle.
Dress up chairs with simple greenery garlands for an effortless and beautiful details.
- A stunning reception spaces
A clear-top tent takes your garden wedding to the next level. The floral chandeliers give the reception tent an upscale feel, hang it above the dance floor to create a focal point that’s elegant and gorgeous, not to mention super on-trend, perfect if you’re having a formal garden wedding.
An all-blush place setting is oh-so pretty. Add gold flatware and centerpieces filled with greenery to really play up the garden romance look.
- Ivy accents
Ivy is one of trendy wedding ideas for a traditional garden wedding idea.
- A beautiful blush and gray garden theme wedding color palette
This color palette brings to mind: feminine, soft, and charmingly romantic. From the moment your guests step foot into the garden awaiting your arrival down the aisle, these tones set the mood that something extremely special is about to happen in this space.
Pick a floral lace gray bridesmaid dresses for your girls, it will look so good on your wedding photos.
The fact that June, September, and October are the most popular wedding months due to mild, temperate weather with a lower risk of rain, snow or super-high heat or humidity. So if you have your heart set on an outdoor wedding, these months are your best bet.