Fresh, modern and slightly wild are the words that spring to mind when you think of botanical weddings. Flowers have been part of the ceremony for years but why not let the theme take a leafy turn.

Whilst green might not be a colour you’d usually associate with weddings, it’s the secret ingredient for that botanical feel you’re after. We’ve teamed eucalyptus with (very on-trend) succulents and a lush ferns to lift the otherwise neutral tones.

Above: Date Wax Seal Stamp by Sophia Victoria Joy | Artificial Succulent Wreath by The Urban Botanist | Love Heart Lollipops by The Little Lollipop Shop | Handmade Glasses by All Things Brighton Beautiful | Handmade Porcelain Cake Stand by Linda Bloomfield | Personalised Cake Topper by Sophia Victoria Joy


To really bring your botanical paradise to life, pair soft, natural materials with sprigs of real plants for the ultimate enchanted but chic table display.

Match rich golds with porcelain plates and natural ferns to transform a place setting.

Above: Imperfect Porcelain Plates by All Things Brighton Beautiful | Personalised Wedding Favour Keyring by Creative Gift Love | Personalised Wedding Table Names by Sophia Victoria Joy | Blush Hand Dyed Silk Ribbon
by Pom Pom Blossom


Hanging decorations is an easy way to transform a venue. Arrows marking the way for guests are both functional and brings a personal touch.  Flower garlands are also a simple way to create a statement wall. We like the idea of using it as a backdrop for photos too.

For something a bit special, see you name (or initials at least) in lights. These succulent marquee boxes can be personalised.

Above: Personalised Wedding Arrow by Delightful Living | Handmade Hanging Flower Garland by Comeuppance | Succulent Initial Lights by The White Bulb


Your guest’s first interaction with your wedding will most likely be the Save The Dates -think of them as a little sneak preview into the main event, so the perfect time to introduce the botanical theme.

For something unique, this succulent headpiece will certainly get heads turning as you walk down the isle.

Above: Faux Succulent Headdress by A M Faulkner Bridal | Botanical Wedding Bands by Fragment Designs | Hand Painted Eucalyptus Wedding Invites by Sophie Richardson



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