Wild and overgrown wedding flowers are stealing the show, and no one can deny these floral design trends keep getting better and better. It seems like our jaw-dropped expressions are becoming a permanent fixture in the office thanks to these rockstar wedding pros delivering unique designs that are both edgy and ethereal. We love the way they’re redefining “organic” and letting nature reign supreme, and we predict lots more creativity, effortless beauty and sophisticated delights in the weddings to come. So buckle up, because we are about to take you on a visual journey of breathtaking blooms!

overgrown wedding flowers blue bridal gown
Photo by Ann Street Studio with floral design by Putnam & Putnam via Harper’s Bazaar

pampas grass beach ceremony semi arch
Photo by Simply Sarah Photography with floral design by Boy Meets Girl Weddings via Bajan Wed

spring overgrown wedding arch backdrop
Photo by Kate Osborne with floral design by Sarah Winward

tropical wispy wedding bouquet
Photo and floral design by Biophilia Blooms

yellow natural flowers wedding arch
Photo and floral design by Sarah Winward

gauzy chair covers and oversized aisle flowers
Photo by Erich McVey with floral design by Ginny Au

overgrown branch wedding ceremony backdrop
Photo by Lauren Fair with floral design by Oleander from this feature

coastal asymmetrical wedding flower backdrop
Photo by Anny Dmitrieva with floral design by Honey & May via Magnolia Rouge

Seriously, this kind of dreamy installation should be illegal. The billowing pampas grass backrop simply stretches as far as it can reach, with honey and mustard hues that have us anxious for a romantic walk along a white-sanded beach.

minimalist overgrown greenery ceremony arch
Photo by Candy Capco Photography with floral design by Twig & Arrow via Paper + Lace

outdoor spring garden wedding natural flowers
Photo by D’arcy Benincosa with floral design by Sarah Winward

lake como villa wedding ceremony arch natural flowers
Photo by Gianluca & Mary Adovasio with floral design by Figli Dei Fiori via Style Me Pretty

wispy flower wedding backdrop
Photo by Lynn Bagley with floral design by Kimberly Rose Floral Design via 100 Layer Cake

rustic chic branch ceremony arch
Photo by Ivy Road Photography with floral design by Harbinger of Spring, Akirah Co. Florals + Styling and Loco For Koko

blush and cream wedding flower installation romantic and airy
Photo by Golyak Yuriy

yellow spring wedding flower arch
Photo by Kate Osborne with floral design by Sarah Winward

wedding ceremony with dried branches
Photo by Pura Soul Photography with floral design by Plenty of Petals from this feature

Airy dried foliage is another 2019 wedding trend we are oozing to see more of! The playful way they dance along chair backs is marvelous to say the least and adds unexpected dimension that warms our hearts.

unstructured ceremony backdrop wedding flowers
Photo by Luna de Mare Photography with floral design by Jenn Sanchez

dried flower wedding bouquet minimalist bride
Photo by M.K. Sadler with floral design by Studio Mondine via Once Wed

living art wedding flower backdrop
Photo by M.K. Sadler with floral design by Amy Osaba Events and Twigss via Once Wed

dried foliage natural wedding bouquet
Photo by Miesh Photography with floral design by La Fete Floral via Green Wedding Shoes

climbing wedding flower ceremony backdrop greenery and white
Photo by Natalie Bray Photography with floral design by Studio Mondine

cream and wheat wild wedding flowers
Photo and floral design by Of the Flowers

wild greenery wedding backdrop installation
Photo by Pop & Scott

fall foliage wedding flower decor wild and overgrown
Photo by Sally Pinera Photography with floral design by Studio Mondine

indoor garden natural wedding flowers
Photo via Wedding Swallow

dried foliage wild and unruly bridal bouquet
Photo by Sally Pinera Photography with floral design by Amy Nicole Floral

dried foliage semi circle wedding arch
Photo by Scott Clark Photo with floral design by Of the Flowers via 100 Layer Cake

pampass grass wedding ceremony backdrop
Photo by Timoshenko Anna with floral design by Polina Pavlina and Amsterdam Flora

english countryside villa natural greenery installations climbing walls
Photo by Taylor & Porter with floral design by Jo Flowers and Hart Floral Design via Magnolia Rouge

natural wedding flower installation pampas grass  neutral colors
Photo by Selcouth Creative with floral design by Rooted Florals via Green Wedding Shoes

From backdrops, centerpieces, bouquets and suspended canopies, there is no shortage of fun where unruly blooms are concerned. We love the carefree beauty they display and the perfect chaos we can only imagine happens in the wedding world. So tell us, which is your favorite?

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