I never thought I would (actually, make that: fervently hoped I would not) be inspired by anything that Kimye did, ever. They are just the worst. But what can I say, the floral wall at their ceremony last year kind of rocked. And it just happens to be one of 2015’s biggest trends (along with floral arches). And OKAY, I admit it, I am loving it. Flower walls are just so over-the-top pretty, and they make an incredibly gorgeous statement piece for either a ceremony or a reception (or both!). Flower-intensive, with little in the way of greenery or stems, lush, colourful, and very romantic. So of course I’ve been rounding up my favourites from around the web – trust me, you’ll be seeing many more of them this year!
Gorgeous, right? Now here’s the thing – those full-scale flower power walls above don’t come cheap. If you’re looking to create a similar look you could go for artificial or paper blooms, of course, but how about one of these gorgeous options? With some clever styling of swags and trellises, you get a lot of bang for your buck.
Image sources (top to bottom, left to right): 1- KT Merry Photography/Anna Lucia Events/50Fifty Creative Services via Ceci Style; 2- Mango Studios/Laura & Co. Event Design/Rachel A. Clingen Wedding + Event Design via Wedluxe; 3- Zoom Theory Photography/Save the Date Events/David Rohr Studio via Wedding Chicks; 4- Karson Butler Events via Be Inspired PR; 5- Blue Print Photography/Piertra Siney from The Big Group/The Design Depot/Flowers Vasette via Polka Dot Bride; 6- Roaming Natives via Inspired by This; 7- Dina Chmut Photography via Inside the Lovely; 8- Lauren Fair Photography/Sandpiper & Co. via Green Wedding Shoes; 9- Love + Perry Photography/Elegant Designs Floral Art Studio via Every Last Detail; 10- Three Sixty Photography/Greenscape Design & Decor; 11- Jen Fariello/Beehive Events via Style Me Pretty; 12- Perez Photography via Emmaline Bride; 13- Apryl Ann Photography/Blue Lotus via Ruffled; 14- Ariel Renae Photography/Cedarwood Weddings via 100 Layer Cake; 15- Eric Kelley/Mallory Joyce/Southern Blooms by Pat’s Floral Designs via Old Metropolitan Hall