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Peaches and Cream

Dahlias make excellent centerpiece additions for their size and shape. They can fill out an arrangement without ever treading into the filler territory. It's a delicate balance and one the dahlia pulls off effortlessly.

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Dahlia Hair Comb

If you love the idea of wearing a flower in your hair on your wedding day but have wilting on the brain, try a cute comb like this one. We love the dahlia detail and think it would look so sweet peeking out from the side of a messy bun.

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dahlia wedding cake decor
Photo: Sugar Ruffles

Ruffles and Petals

Could you just die with this cake? Because we totally could. From those whipped, light-as-air ruffles to the intricately detailed sugared dahlia blossoms, this cake is a confectionery dream that we never want to wake up from.

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Paper Dahlia Bouquet

Your eyes doth not deceive you— this blossom-filled bouquet is made entirely from paper. The delicate detail here is so exquisite, we keep catching ourselves expecting to get a whiff of the fragrant petals.

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Fall Dahlia Bouquet

Dahlias as a wedding flower aren't just for the warmer months. Because they grow in such a variety of colors, dahlias are an awesome flower to include in a bouquet year-round. Here, the deep reds and rich oranges lend a festive fall vibe to the arrangement that would be perfect at a rustic October affair.

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Dahlia Aisle Detail

Whether you're saying your vows inside or out, adding a few dahlia details down the aisle is an easy way to bring an extra dose of romance to the most exciting walk of your life. We love the idea of adding blue-tinged hydrangea to the mix for a soft arrangement.

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paper dahlias at place settings
Photo: October Hill

Paper Dahlia Place Settings

Punch up your place settings with oversized paper dahlias at your guests' seats. They add a nice pop of color to the table and will make your friends and family feel like they're sitting down to something fun.

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burgundy dahlias on chairs
Photo: Jen Huang

Dahlia Chair Decor

Use this lovely idea for chair decor for the bride and groom's seats at the reception or for your honored family members during the ceremony. It's an elegant, classic way to elevate humble wooden chairs.

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Rustic Pop

That green moss sets off the gorgeous deep purple dahlia perfectly— it's dramatic and arresting but the rustic wood box keeps it casual. This kind of arrangement would be lovely at a barn wedding.