Garden ceremonies have the lucky advantage of playing off the beauty of Mother Nature and rarely need decoration. You can, however, add a festive feel to your wedding ceremony with garden wedding decorations.

Paper Lanterns

1. Photo by  Birdsong Photography from Satchel & Harmony’s Wedding 2. Photo by Bella Grace Studios via Grey Likes Weddings 3.  Photo by Gavin Casey via Wedding Chicks


Banners & Words

1. Photo by  Jonas Peterson via Once Wed 2. Photo by Kyle Hale via Ruffled 3.  Photo by Sean Curtin Photography via Bridal Musings


1. Photo by W. Scott Chester 2. Photo by Katherine Elizabeth Photography via Green Wedding Shoes 3. Photo by Katherine O’Brien via Rock N Roll Bride

Paper Cranes

1. Image by We Not Me Collective via Love My Dress 2.  Photo by Robert Sukrachand via Brooklyn Bride 3.  Image by Emily Takes Photos from Delightfully Engaged

Paper Pom Poms

1. Photo by Hugh Forte via Green Wedding Shoes 2. Photo by J Roberts Photography from Kate & James’ Wedding 3. Photo Jessica Velarde via Grey Likes Weddings


There are endless possibilities for decorating your garden wedding ceremony

  • Glass lanterns
  • Papel picado banner
  • Crystal strands
  • Shepherds hooks with hanging jars of flowers
  • Flower garlands
  • Bunting
  • Paper pom poms
  • Empty picture frames and window frames
  • Bali beach flags
  • Flower pomanders
  • Chandeliers
  • Bistro or fairy lights
  • Big, round balloons
  • Soft, gauzy curtains
  • Pinwheels
  • Potted plants

Are you getting married outdoors? How are you decorating your ceremony area?