Artificial wedding flowers are not only used for wedding bouquets. These fake flowers are also beautiful to use to decorate anything in a wedding. We will show a number of ways on how to implement artificial flowers into a wedding.
Ways To Incorporate Artificial Flowers Into Your Wedding
Silk wedding flowers make great wedding table decorations, like these pretty posies of flowers above. The flowers make a sweet statement by themselves, or you could add details such as ribbon, stones or confetti to the jar to decorate them further.
Centerpiece From Abigail Bryans Designs
This bouquet from Abigail Bryans Designs has an even bigger secret than the fact the gorgeous flowers are fake. They’re set in resin which looks just like water, but means there’ll be no spillages at your wedding reception. Ideal if you’re going to have lots of little ones running around.
Give your wedding an A-list twist with a fabulous flower arch or flower wall (Kim and Kanye spent a reported £100,000 on their wedding flowers, including two huge flower walls!) The Blossom Company specialise in beautiful floral wedding decor using both silk and fresh flowers for a much better price than Kimye’s. This flower arch is a gorgeous addition to an outdoor ceremony and you can see their flower wall peeking out in the background. Just think how stunning this arch would look in your wedding photos.
The Blossom Company’s Flower Arch
Flower arches also add a touch of glamour indoors – and here they’re matched by The Blossom Company’s stunning artificial aisle decor. With these faux flowers, there’s no need to worry about any stray petals falling on you as you walk down the aisle and possibly staining your dress.
If you’re worried that having flowers in your wedding hair will trigger any unwelcome allergies, then pop a silk bloom in your tresses to banish these worries. This stunning hair comb from Gypsy Rose Vintage is perfect for any boho bride.
Silk Hydrangea Pins
If you want to wear your hair down, there are so many wedding hair accessories to choose from, but we adore these silk hydrangea pins. They come in blue or pale pink and are the perfect accompaniment to a hydrangea bouquet or flowers of the same shade.
Grooms with allergies might choose to have a faux flower buttonhole that ties in with their bride’s bouquet. This one by Sarah’s Flowers is made from fake lavender and rosemary and includes a Scrabble letter with your initial. If you’re a Scottish groom, you might choose to have a thistle in your buttonhole.
Sweet Peachy Buttonholes
A boho or vintage wedding theme is just screaming out for these sweet peachy buttonholes, which can be matched with bridesmaids’ corsages. Featuring silk ranunculus buds and white berries all wrapped in twine, these buttonholes are ideal for a spring or summer wedding.
These faux succulents make a great wedding favour for guests to take away – and they won’t have to worry about killing them! They are also great to display place cards, as shown above, and add a pop of greenery to your tables.
Wreaths aren’t just for Christmas! White tulips make this perfect for spring and summer too (although you could definitely have it at a glamorous winter wedding!). It would look gorgeous hung around your venue or on the door to a church, if you’re marrying there.
Handmade Foxglove Wreath
This beautiful handmade foxglove wreath would make a fitting addition if you’re planning to have vintage wedding décor. The foxgloves and ferns look completely realistic and you could even hang it up in your garden or house after the wedding.
Flower Girl Accessories
Accessories that feature silk flowers are great for your flower girls as they can keep them as a gift after the wedding. This little basket from Silk Blooms is adorable and can be filled with real or dried roses petals to scatter down the aisle.
Plum Coloured Wand
This plum coloured wand is an ideal choice of flowers for your flower girls as it will make them feel like a true princess. The wand is decorated with ribbon and topped off nicely with realistic anemones. Ideas & Inspirations of Hitched.