Botanical wedding details have always had a special place in our hearts and it's easy to see why - it's super easy to create fresh, organic wedding décor.
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We adore how they created this awesome backdrop with foliage, fresh blooms and some jazzed up gold frames. If you're lucky enough to have a blank wall at your reception venue, this DIY project will be perfect!
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The ceremony space of dreams, perhaps? This idea is really simple but so stunning - accessorise the space with some pillar candles to make it more inviting and cosy.
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We're self-confessed fans of rose gold - basic, we know! However, paired with bright whites and a simple sprig of something green, really turns this basic trend into beautiful botanical wedding décor.
Move over flower crown, it's all about the foliage crown! We're loving this fresher alternative, and if a full-on crown isn't your bag, try incorporating some greenery to through a braid or updo.
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There are so many ways to create botanical wedding décor - stationery, for example. This suite of stationery is ideal for tying the day together.
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In our opinion, you can never have too many backdrops and this one is so elegant.
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Bunches of foliage work great as centrepieces and as decoration on backs of chairs, as opposed to traditional chair covers.
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Looking for some slick table numbers, but finding it hard to get it quite right? Take on a little DIY project and create your own. All you'll need for this is some glass frames, arrange the foliage inside and paint the number on the front - simples!
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We're getting major Scandinavian vibes from this wedding cake - it's so simple and effortless.
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We've gone through plenty of ways to incorporate botanical elements into your day, but the most obvious one is your bouquet - pair some eucalyptus with ranunculus or roses for a beautiful, unstructured, loose bouquet.