I absolutely adore anything botanical at the moment and especially fern wedding themes! I had beautiful leather leaf ferns, which are my favourite, in my own wedding bouquet and throughout our wedding. I also really used lots of ferns and botanicals in a styled shoot which I styled and put together with a team of other suppliers on a Jungle Luxe theme. (I’ll hopefully be sharing lots more of that soon! )

This year has definitely been the year of greenery. With it being Pantone’s colour of the year the wedding industry has been awash with plant heavy wedding ideas and lots more weddings I’ve seen are just featuring foliage rather than flowers or colours.

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credit : http://festivalbrides.co.uk/sheer-delight-acrylic-wedding-decor-details/

I think ferns especially can create a beautiful ‘finished’ feel to a wedding. Lots of greenery is a great accent to whatever other colours you may have picked for your wedding and stops the scheme looking too ‘flat’. Gone, hopefully, are the days of a single colour being picked and used solely with white or ivory across a whole room or wedding. Layering colours and textures is key and botanicals create layers of texture as well as adding in another colour.

I love lots of ferns and greenery down the middle of tables and used as place settings. Ferns can look fantastic against a dark wood backdrop, for a really opulent look, as well as lighter woods which create a more rustic feel.

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Photography: Jamie Rae Photo – jamieraephoto.com/ Read More: http://www.stylemepretty.com/2018/01/19/elegant-garden-wedding-inspiration/

I also love creating bespoke backdrops for weddings and creating a wall of ferns would be an amazing backdrop for your ceremony or photobooth!

Debbie Lourens / Confetti Daydreams) via https://www.brit.co/fern-inspired-wedding-decor-ideas/

Hope that gives you just a few ideas and please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you would like me to create and style a botanical or fern theme for your wedding!

Nikki x

 

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