Sometimes it seems to brides that a 'proper' wedding requires flowers. We are used to seeing abundances of roses at the ceremony and flower centrepieces on tables. However you can create delightful wedding decorations without tulips, peonies and ranunculus. True wedding decorators are able to create compositions using different textures, pebbles, greens and even seashells. Here are some examples.
Focus on textures
This table design is centred around various contrasts: combinations of black and white, the contrast between natural stones and ceramics.
Decor: the Romance Studio (Australia)
Wood and dried flowers
Dried flowers, greens and branches of muted shades look even more beautiful than bright fresh flowers at autumn weddings.
Organization: wedding Studio «Beze»
Stones and shells
Perfect for a nautical-style wedding or beach ceremony. You must collect stones and shells within a complimentary colour palette to create harmony.
Decor: The Lane (Australia)
Green Leaf Compositions
This look even better than fresh flowers and create a beautiful and very summery contrast with snow-white tablecloths. You can also find flowers like this, but in dried bouquets.
Decor: Masseria Potenti (Italy)
At 1930s style carnival themed weddings, there are mini themed artistic centrepieces instead of bouquets on the guest tables.
Organization: Wedding Residence by Ksenia Afanasieva
Decor: Yulia Shakirova
This is really unique: when you touch them, the guest hears music. This is an unusual conceptual solution for a wedding in which each stage is filled with its own special meaning.
Organization and decor: Feerique events & Emotions wedding Agency
Fruit and nuts
Almonds, feijoa, large grapes in bronze dishes contrast with the background of a white table. It adds brightness to the decor and remains within a minimalist framework.
Playground and decor: Masseria Moroseta (Italy)