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Expect the Unexpected: A Few Unique Ways to Incorporate Flora into Your Wedding
 
Your typical wedding bouquet is approximately seven to eight percent flowers, but who says the wedding flowers have to end with the bouquets? There are countless ways to incorporate the beauty of flowers into your special day, and not all of them are entirely traditional. If you're someone who loves to put a personal touch on everything you do, here are a few unexpected ways to incorporate more flora into your wedding.



  • Garland-Draped Ceilings
If you're a fan of outdoor weddings, this is a great idea for you to try. A tent reception can be unique in its own right, but incorporating floral garlands along the tent canopy can make your celebration that much more elegant and connected to nature.



  • Floral Fountain
Yet another idea for an outdoor display, a fountain draped in cascading greenery and lush hydrangeas can be a fun, gorgeous backdrop for your ceremony or reception. If you want to add a touch of romance, consider asking your wedding florist to add candles to the arrangement.



  • Floral Backdrop
Having an outdoor ceremony can be fun, but the unpredictability of the weather can be enough to make any couple reconsider. If you want the beauty of the outdoors without actually stepping outside, you should consider a floral backdrop for your ceremony. A wall of lush greenery and flowers can make any ceremony feel more connected to nature.



  • Floating Floral Arrangements
If your reception or ceremony is taking place near water, consider including floating florals as a whimsical touch to the day. Not only are these arrangements delicate and beautiful, they can house candles to enhance the effect during the evening.



  • Flower Crowns
For the bride who doesn't want to wear a veil, a flower crown is just as elegant, and more colorful, to boot. Whether you choose coordinating pieces for the entire wedding party or one just for you, it's an addition even your wedding florist is sure to fall in love with. Whether you're collaborating with your local florist or bringing flower delivery in from another area, all of these ideas are beautiful, unique ways to bring more color and nature into your special day.