28 Greenery Wedding Decor Ideas Fresh for Spring
Can you smell the fresh air thawing from outside? To celebrate Spring (and three cheers for daylight savings), we’ve rounded up 28 greenery wedding decor ideas that are as fresh as they come with lush foliage that requires little or no flowers. From beautiful floral installations to wedding detail ideas, you’ll be giddy to use more greens in your wedding in no time.
Photography Vasia Photography , Event Planning/Design As We Gather Events, Floral Design Vintage Florals
Imagine walking through the aisle with this view. The pastel flowers in carnation pink and white highlights the greenery vine arch backdrop which makes your guests feel like they are in a garden.
Greenery Weather Vane by Davy Gray. Sleek Paper Designs by Precious Bugarin Design
When an architect and a fashion maven get married in the Texas Hill Country, you can expect a less-than-traditional Southern wedding. This fresh + modern celebration is all about clean lines, minimal color, and putting the spotlight
Photo Katie Grant event design by Aravella Event Design , floral installation by Zinnia Floral Designs
Light. Dreamy. Romantic.
Lover of Mine
Combine geometry and nature for a modern feel tropical backdrop on your wedding venue!
Photo Erin Wilson Photography, floral design A Southern Tradition
If you want to have greeneries on your aisle but don’t want it to be over the top, then this design might be perfect for you. The little booming bushes and the vine arch crawling on the wall sets the natural garden mood.
Photo: Bonnie Sen Photography, florals: Petals by the Shore, Kelly Shore
Put pastel roses on a vine and scatter them from the table towards the wall up to the ceiling for a natural feel.
Photo by Rachel Havel from this Aspen wedding
Photo Kristin La Voie by from this industrial Chicago wedding
Elegant drapery backdrop accentuated with the greenery arch perfect for the intimate I-Do’s!
Photography Stefanie Kapra, Destination, Event Design and Planning A Very Beloved Wedding, Floral Design A Very Beloved Bloom
Have a bountiful meal with the whole invited guests at your wedding! Feel festive when you scatter the green leaves above the long wooden rustic table.
See more in this Tuscany wedding styled shoot
Sylvie Gil Photography, Shannon Leahy and Natalie Bowen Designs
Create a mini tree when you cut the branches and combine them in a vase. These are great for a classic, elegant and warm ambiance in the wedding venue.
Photo Byron Loves Fawn Photography
photo Braedon Flynn , design Lady Liberty Events
What a unique way of welcoming your guests! They will find and pick their names in this DIY bountiful tree with the guest names hanging on its branches.
Floral Design by Amy Osaba
photography Egor Zhelov florals Wood And Bloom
Create a guide that will let the guests find their names and go to the table they are assigned to. The greenery wedding reception guide booth helps locate where your designated seat is.
Photography Rebekah J Murray Photography, Event designer Events In The City Flowers Sweet Root Village
photo Sophie Epton, cake by Feathers and Frosting
photo Rebecca Yale Photography design Jove Meyer
Create a romantic corner in your wedding venue and light the candles to spread warm vibes.
Photo by Les Anagnou Photographers Design by Corfu Wedding Planner
Photography: Kristen Kilpatrick Floral: The Heirloom Table from this botanical tablescape editorial
With a rich emerald palette, we knew this vintage botanical wedding inspiration would be right up our alley. We just didn’t know how hard we’d fall!
photo Callie Manion floral design Haute Floral from this beautiful White Sparrow Barn wedding
photography: Matthew Moore Photography, event design: BW Theory
photo M&J Photography, floral design All For Love via Rock My Wedding
The outdoor Aspen wedding combines the organic beauty of nature with quirky details.
photo Kieran Moore Photography floral design ‘The Sisters’
Photo Redfield, floral design Devon & Pinkett from this light and airy editorial
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