Botanical Wedding DIY Roundup

Lovelies, let’s close out the week with some DIY goodness, shall we? Since July is all about the ‘greenhouse’, I thought I’d find some fun ideas that fit into a botanical wedding (beyond just the gorgeous florals or greenery obviously!) I have to say, I’m loving these ideas, from invitations to escort cards to table numbers – some that weren’t designed for weddings, but that I think lend themselves to beautiful and unusual centrepieces or focal points. So pick your faves and get making!

1. Seed packets make an adorable favour – this site has templates for fruit, veg and flower seeds. By Wolves in London
2. A botanical roundup wouldn’t be a botanical roundup without some delicate flower crowns – love this tutorial by Lauren Conrad

3. These pretty printable tags would make great escort cards or favour tags. Via The Pretty Blog (DIY by Seven Swans; Photography by Christine Meintjes Photography)
4. Botanical illustrations lend themselves beautifully to waxpaper invitations – so gorgeous. Via Once Wed (DIY & Photography by Signora e Mare)

5. Greenery is an essential decor element for any botanical wedding – we love this leaf chandelier (with a touch of gold!). Via Inspired by This (DIY by GATHER Events; Photography by Krista Mason Photography)

6. Sure, they won’t last forever unless it’s winter, but these botanical ice luminaries sure are purdy! By A Piece of Rainbow
7. I love the idea of botanical coasters at each place setting – plus it’s a way of adding a floral element that you can make in advance. Via 100 Layer Cake (DIY by Lindsey Zamora Wedding Styling + Design; Photography by Apryl Ann Photography)

8. These cut-out botanical table numbers are another sweet and unique touch for your tables. Via 100 Layer Cake (DIY by Lindsey Zamora Wedding Styling + Design; Photography by Apryl Ann Photography)
9. Or how about terrarium placeholders, that double as a super sweet favour? Via Green Wedding Shoes (DIY & Photography by Wednesday)

10. There’s a reason why this gorgeous fern invitation suite has been pinned all over the place – but did you know that there’s a DIY tutorial for how to create your own? Via Oh So Beautiful Paper (DIY & Photography by Antiquaria)

11. I think this terrarium greenhouse (made of photo frames!) is so lovely I’m thinking of making my own. I also think it would make for amazing feature centrepieces! Via Country Living (DIY by CJ Hughes of
12. For a more simple option, add dried flowers to plain white pillars to create botanical candles. By Country Living

13. Another simple but very effective idea – botanical napkin rings. Mix ’em up for extra pretty! By Terrain

14. For a real vintage botanical look transferred to modern materials, make a seating chart including petals, greenery and butterflies. Via Ruffled (DIY & Photography by A Style Collective)
15. These wax paper luminaries will look so pretty on your tables! Via A Practical Wedding (DIY by Kelly Wilkinson; Photography by Thayer Allyson Gowdy)

Top image: Jen Huang Photography via Style Me Pretty