Wreaths aren't just for Christmas. They can be lovely accents for weddings during any season. From greenery to soft flowers to fragrant herbs, wreaths are ideal for decorating venue doors and walls.
If you are having a wedding in a historical home, liven up the fireplace mantels with wreaths to match your theme. This bay leaf wreath (above) would be perfect for a vintage wedding with a colonial influence. Below, boxwood wreaths are chic and minimalist--modern brides who like to keep decor clean and simple will love these!
The incredibly popular succulent doesn't have to be contained to bridal bouquets and potted centerpieces. This wreath would be lovely at a shabby chic affair, regardless of season. But if you need an infusion of bright colors, nothing adds the pep like a wreath filled with billy balls.
Having a Christmas wedding? Then, yes, a lush wreath is a no-brainer. Above, this gorgeous greenery wreath is filled with eucalyptus and red berries is the perfect size for a barn door. Is your December wedding in the South? Celebrate seasonally with shiny magnolia leaves (below) and festive ornaments!
Pine wreaths in a variety of sizes can add style to venue windows and reception hall walls. This giant example below provides a very jolly photo op for this bride and groom.
For springtime nuptials, display fragrant herbs to announce winter's departure. The wreath above will make the gate for your garden wedding smell amazing. And below, this selection of herbs and flowers, inspired by a trip to the farmer's market, can be used as kitchen decor long after your wedding day.
Summer is all about gorgeous blooms, so showcase them in a romantic wreath hung behind your welcome table. Below, this peony and rose wreath in all shades of pink could be given to a cherished relative or friend following the reception.
In autumn, make a wreath from bittersweet (otherwise known as nightshade). The berries are usually poisonous, but definitely gorgeous--so just hang high enough to be out of reach of small children. Otherwise use plants and flowers in warm earth tones to enhance your fall color palette.
Simple wreaths can be relatively easy to make with a good tutorial and the right supplies. The baby's breath option above would be an affordable and sturdy project to start with!
Want to use wreaths on more than just the walls? Hang mini-wreaths on chairs to use as aisle decor, or from the ceiling as a faux chandelier!
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