Would you like your wedding party full of green plants?
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
Living walls and box planters of ferns? We’re sold on this verdant, garden-rustic wedding decor. Photo: Emily Christine Photography
Take a garden reception to the next level with lush archs of ivy or shrubbery. Photo by Elizabeth Messina, Consulting: Mindy Weiss
Height from bells of Ireland, lush leaves and dripping succulents are incredible reception additions. Photos: Michèle M Waite, Floral Design: FloraNova
Not every venue will be blessed with an incredibly verdant living wall like L.A.’s SmogShoppe but the inspiration here is incredible. Photo: Rad and In Love
An extra long garland of trailing greens dotted with a few peonies may be just what your long-table reception calls for.Photo: The Dejaureguis, Floral Design: Vail Vintage Magnolia
Ferns and white blooms fill the chuppah and reception space for this garden goes glam wedding. Photo: Laurie Bailey, Floral Design: Mark’s Garden via Inside Weddings
Bring the outdoors in with tall topiaries and mobile hedges for a stately, masculine look. Photo via Interior Foliage Design Inc.
Fresh, modern foliage. The chic elegance of bright green against an all-white background is a beautiful combination. Photos via: food&desire
A lush runner of greenery that trails to the ground is a luxurious touch. Photo: Clayton Austin, Floral Design: Without Wax Katy
Green grass, oversized palm leaves and even tropical plant inspired decor turn jungle into elegance Photos: Samuel Lippke Studios, Floral Design: Mark’s Garden, Design: International Event Company
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
Eucalyptus, ferns and other foliage form another perfect arch. Photo: Raspberry Robot, Floral: Cecilia Fox
Vibrant foliage against copper decor elements is a modern spin on greenery. How gorgeous and effortless is the floating foliage chandelier? Photographer: Sarah Street, Event Design: Luxe + Luna Couture Events, Floral Design: Taffy Floral