Wedding Wreaths

by | Bride, Flowers, Reception, Wedding Inspiration


A pretty way to add decoration to a door, wall, chair or even fireplace at your wedding venue is to use a wreath. There are so many beautiful and different wreaths that can reflect the personality of your wedding.

Wreath from Martha Stewart Weddings, Wreath from Brides

Symbolising hope and a never ending future, the circle shape of the wreath ties in with what a wedding is all about.

Bunch flowers into florist’s foam to create easy wreaths. Flowers like carnations packed tightly have a stunning puffy look but are cost effective. Australian native flowers, berries or even fern fronds make beautiful wreaths and can be tailored to whatever is in season.

Wreath from Brides

Wreaths look great hung on the church doors, on trees around your ceremony location, on church pews, or on the back of VIP chairs.

Wreath from Brides

Hang tiny wreaths from the back of your guests’ chairs or place above each place setting with a name card to indicate where each guest is to sit. These wreaths could feature a little bird’s nest filled with sugared almonds and double as a favour.

A huge wreath featuring all white flowers, or flowers from the bride’s bouquet could be placed behind the head table.

  • Teresa says:
    June 23, 2009 at 11:08 am

    I adore wreaths and used them years ago at my own wedding on the side windows inside the church sanctuary. I also incorporated hydrangea wreaths at a client’s wedding just a couple of weeks ago… (see we placed them first on the wrought iron gate doors of the historic church and then moved them later to the reception. Very versatile!

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