If it was previously difficult to imagine wedding decor without fragrant roses, today they are gradually being replaced by dried flowers - pampas grass, buds, spikelets and twigs dried in a special way are found more and more frequently at the most stylish celebrations. It's not that your bouquet and table decoration should turn into a herbarium, but dried flowers provide interesting accents. In autumn, natural, warm shades of dried herbs and flowers are more relevant than ever. In our selection are options for decor using dried flowers for romantic and stylish fall weddings.
Wildflowers are associated with summer, the natural, and tenderness of country weddings. And if the autumn weather outside the window is not perfect, you can create the atmosphere of a sun-warmed, fragrant field with the help of decor. Moreover, against a neutral background of dried flowers, any bright flowers bloom in a new way. The LID'S EVENTHOUSE team showed this contrast at the wedding of Svetlana Bondarchuk and Sergey Kharchenko: dried flowers combined with rich lavender, lilac flowers and herbs created the atmosphere of Provence in the center of Moscow.
Decor: LID’S EVENTHOUSE
Eco-decor in beige tones
Pampas grass and dried flowers are not only beautiful, but also environmentally friendly, because after the celebration, you can make bouquets from them for guests. Dried herbs and flowers in vases will decorate the interior for a long time and remind you of a happy day. Yulia Shakirova, together with her team, decorates celebrations in pastel colors, using natural shades. Decorating using muted pink, beige and cream shades looks equally gentle and appropriate, whether at a wedding or at a children's birthday.
Decor: Yulia Shakirova
Photo: Marina Fadeeva, @vsidorin
Unlike fresh flowers, with the help of dried flowers, it is easier to create unusual decor - while it can look stylish and even more concise than a riot of fresh roses and peonies. Dried flowers allow you to experiment with muted and darker hues. The Atelier dei Fiori team is working with plants atypical for weddings. Recently, they decorated an intimate celebration with extravagant dried flowers, branches and herbs, playing on the contrast of black and white.