Fruit-filled wedding decor just may be the cutest ever. We love the organic quality they bring to party, and no one can deny they add to the whole “5 senses” element. Whether it’s a zesty pop of citrus or a soft romantic fig detail, modern weddings crave fruit (and we do too!) So join us as we ogle these 30 creative fruit wedding ideas below. They’re not just cake toppers, peeps!

fig wedding cake
Photo by David & Kathrin Photography and Film from this mountain elopement

Glory be to this citrus aisle inspiration with potted orange trees and probably the best-smelling wedding ceremony in history.

kumquat wedding cake
Photo by Connie Whitlock

lemon wedding cocktail
Photo by Koman Photography via Style Me Pretty

We love to see couples theme their signature cocktails around the fruit accents too. This couple’s lemon filled wedding had no shortage of zingy martinis.

fig wedding cake
Photo by Depict Photography

all-fruit wedding centerpiece
Photo by Patrick Moyer via Martha Stewart Weddings

calligraphed place cards with pear halves
Photo by Katie Grant Photography via Style Me Pretty

kumquat wedding cake
Photo by Birds of a Feather Photography via Grey Likes Weddings

berry-filled bridal bouquet
Photo by David & Kathrin Photography and Film from this mountain elopement

Beautiful berry bouquet inspiration (say that 5 times fast) from a destination elopement in the Swiss Alps we shared last year. So much perfection in these foraged blooms!

kumquat tablescape with ghost chairs for a beach wedding
Photo by Alixann Loosle via Joy Wed

orange-filled aisle inspiration
Photo by Raymond Hom

kumquat place setting
Photo by Adrian Michael Photography via Wedding Sparrow

fig wedding cake
Photo and cake by Cordy’s

Feast your eyes on the drip cake of all drip cakes. With a blue grey hue, this sugar starlet is topped haphazardly with juicy figs and delicate petals we couldn’t bite into if we tried. It’s just too pretty.

orange garland chandelier with citrus wedding tablescape
Photo by Debbie Lourens via Confetti Daydreams

And just like that, all our attention is on this colorful citrus chandelier that pulls this entire tablescape together.

citrus table number wedding reception
Photo by Jacqui Cole

pear place setting wedding reception
Photo by Jake & Heather Photo via Magnolia Rouge

Fortunately, pears will never go out of style as well. You don’t have to hail from Genovia to appreciate these classic fruits with their natural loveliness.

citrus bridal bouquet with kumquats and peonies
Photo by Ashlee Brooke Photography from this summertime citrus wedding inspiration

Oh, there is paradise in this vibrant bouquet sprinkled with kumquats.

citrus wedding cake
Photo by Olivia Richards Photography via Green Wedding Shoes

pear wedding cocktail
Photo by Sally Pinera via Style Me Pretty

 citrus wreath backdrop
Photo by Erin Kunkel via Camille Styes

And how bout this fruity wreath with an unconventional square shape? We spy a new fruit backdrop trend in the making!

fruity orange escort cards
Photo by Hunter Ryan Photo via Every Last Detail

grape covered wedding cake
Photo by Patrick Moyer via Martha Stewart Weddings

citrus tablescape
Photo by Noi Tran via Burnett’s Boards

citrus bridal bouquet
Photo by Koman Photography via Style Me Pretty

We’re also feeling the love for this lush bouquet infused with bright colors and whole lemons!

pear wedding cake
Photo by Maria Mack Photography

indie orange grove wedding invitations
Photo by Anna Delores via Green Wedding Shoes

 papaya filled tablescape
Photo by Mike Radford via Martha Stewart Weddings

minimalist wedding invitation suite with fruit accents
Invites by Tied & Two with photo by Oh So Beautiful Paper

We love to see the theme carried over to the paper goods as well. This botanical invitation suite is modern, minimalist and totally worthy of citrus wedding praise.

citrus wedding cake
Photo by via Style Me Pretty

romantic burgundy and fig tablescape
Photo by via Bridal Musings

fig wedding cake
Photo by via Bridal Musings

So you see, fruit-filled wedding decor is something to embrace with all your heart. You just can’t go wrong with apples and oranges (and all the tangy deliciousness in between). Andddd it never hurts to mask the smells of everyone enjoying themselves on the dance floor with an unexpected waft of orange grove wonderfulness. Betcha didn’t think of that benefit yet, did you? ;)

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