We have seen the ribbon garlands, the pennant garlands, and other various "DIY" garlands. However, the one that is exciting us is the floral garland. We have seen a few designers show us abundant floral garlands running the length of a dining table, but these artistic and lush looks are becoming more streamlined and available for brides. (It is definitely a personal favorite for a fresh look.)
There are tons of great uses and reasons to incorporate a garland into your wedding design. Garlands offer a great versatility compared to the typical centerpiece. They can be ran along a table as a centerpiece, can be draped on the backs of chairs, placed on stairwells, and hung from chandeliers. And they have the ability to reflect any style and can be made from various materials and flowers.
We hope you enjoy a few examples that have inspired us, and think about how to incorporate this amazing design in your wedding!
|For a rustic touch string cotton and hang up along your aisle. Image via Green Wedding Shoes|
|A garland featuring mono-botanical clusters connected. Image via Bloom by Anuchka|
|A lush garland in white. Image via Into The Woods|
|A hydrangea garland with candles. Image via Bouquets of Austin|
|Image via Oak and the Owl|
|Image via Elizabeth Anne Designs|
|Image via Francois Weeks|
|Image via Merriment Design|
|Image via Francoise Weeks|
|Image via Santa Barbara Chic|
|Paper flower garland up tree. Image via The Knot|
|A glamorous option for a bride in love with bling. Image via The Wedding Superstore|
|Image via Once Wed|