As a longstanding botanic enthusiast, I love a good flower wall. Whether as extravagant as Kim and Kanye's white-bloom-covered ceremony backdrop or as simple as a brick wall with floral accents, flower walls add a touch of elegance and make for incredible photo opportunities. See some of my favorites below!
A Classic Wall of Green and White
This simple boxwood wall provides a gorgeous, natural backdrop for this couple's big day. Inspired by Pantone's 2017 color—greenery, this wall was styled by Atelier De LaFleur and photographed by Elyse Hall to show just how lovely green foliage can be!
Fall Ombré Foliage
This couple's fall fête didn't have a speck of white—with the exception of the bride's dress and bouquet, of course! Their palette featured fall-inspired tones of dark reds, oranges, yellows, and greens with pops of blue and pink. This gorgeous ombré floral wall, created by Sweet Root Village, was the perfect addition to their autumn celebration.
Blooming Wall of Pink and White Roses
Every inch of this couple's ceremony backdrop was covered in pink and white blooms. Created by Alta Fleura, this flower wall created a sweet, feminine touch to the classic wall of roses. The bride, a mother-to-be, looked stunning standing next to her groom!
White Barn Door of Green Vines
What better way to spruce up a simple, white barn door than to add some lovely greenery? This couple opted to take advantage of their Texan farm venue with minimalistic portraits in front of gorgeous, whitewashed barn doors at The White Sparrow.
A Whimsically Bright Hanging Flower Wall
This couple's bright color palette made its way to their ceremony backdrop, which included bright pink and orange blooms hanging in front of a white sheet. Simply done and beautifully executed by Bows and Arrows, this Dallas loft wedding was huge hit!
Whether you're looking to brighten up your venue or add some natural charm, there are so many ways to include flower walls in your special day. Don't like the idea of having a flower wall for your ceremony? Consider using one as a photo booth backdrop or to brighten up your reception space instead! If you're looking for gorgeous pictures or a conversation piece for your guests, you just can't go wrong with a flower wall.
Style Me Pretty Contributor - Morgan Chamberlain is a freelance writer and social media consultant for wedding vendors in New England. She believes weddings are all about sentimental details, cohesive décor, and a well-chosen playlist to keep the party going.