Though florals are considered an indispensable part of wedding decor, one of the biggest wedding trends is a no bloom trend. Greenery non-floral wedding decor is a very popular thing now, many modern and minimalist couples prefer such decor to stand out, to fit the wedding theme (which can be woodland, for example) and save on the budget, too. Today I’d like to share some ideas for those of you who have already chosen this trend to rock: let’s have a look at greenery wedding bouquets.
A greenery non-bloom wedding bouquet is a gorgeous and bold idea to rock, it can fit many wedding themes and bridal styles: boho, minimalist, modern, vintage, woodland and so on. Greenery wedding bouquets aren’t limited only to eucalyptus and ferns, there’s a ton of ideas to try, from trendy succulents to unusual air plants. Let’s have a look at the finest options!
Cascading Greenery Bouquets
Cascading shapes and looks help to make your greenery wedding bouquet more interesting – the lack of blooms won’t be noticed even! Go for various vines and ferns that go down, make your bouquet special with succulents, eucalyptus of all kinds and herbs. You may even add berries if it’s proper for your wedding style. Want some color? No problem, there are various shades of greenery from very bold emerald to pale ones, or add thistles, for example. As for a wrap, it can be anything from burlap to a silk ribbon.
If you are a minimalist bride or just want a modern feel, prefer a mono greenery bouquet, which means using only one type of greenery in your bouquet, for example, only fern or only one type of eucalyptus. If you wanna play with textures and dimensions, there is a ton of greenery types you may try, all kinds of shades and looks are welcome! Don’t be afraid to add colorful grasses and maybe berries to make the bouquet more catchy. Succulents are a hot trend, and adding one large single succulent is a chic idea, and coastal brides may go for an air plant bouquet – completely of them or partly. Get inspired!