These clever couples hung their floral arrangements around their ceremony and decor for a fun and unique feel. Hanging your blooms is also a great idea if you’re short on space but want to make a big impact.
Ivory and gray ribbon, glass garland, candleholders and paper flowers hung from the ceiling to create a backdrop behind the altar.
This crafty bride created a hanging installation of glass vases and fabric garlands to mark the altar space without blocking the view.
Melbourne based florists, Hello Blossoms, cleverly hung bouquets of single bloom flowers to create a whimsical effect.
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There was no formal altar to mark the outdoor spot where the couple exchanged vows, so the wedding planners hung ribbons with gerbera daisies attached from an old oak tree overhead.
Streamers tied with green button mums and cymbidium orchids hung from the gazebo, framing Julie and Eric as they said their vows.
Cymbidium orchids and candleholders with tea lights inside hung from the mandap to highlight the spot where the couple exchanged vows.
This florist created a suspended canopy out of round, glass vases and white peonies for a romantic feel.
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by Alexandra Thompson