TREND // FLORAL WEDDING AISLES

 

An afternoon spent on Pinterest can lead down a dark and winding rabbit hole, especially if you are a bride like me! I couldn’t help but share this divine trend I came across on Pinterest, because I just love it, and might just be lusting over it for my own wedding. The beauty in this trend is that the floral ceremony styling almost as if the flower aisle has always been there and is a perfect backdrop for a walk down the aisle.

Photography by  Shane Shepherd  & Flowers by  Mi Violet

Photography by Shane Shepherd & Flowers by Mi Violet

THE ‘CLASSIC’ LOOK

When it comes to wedding flowers, what is more classic than white flowers and green foliage. Using lush seasonal flowers such as Delphiniums teamed with green foliage like silver dollar eucalyptus, and Queen Anne’s lace.

Photography by  Winsome & Wright  & Florals by  Running Wild Florals

Photography by Winsome & Wright & Florals by Running Wild Florals

Photography by  Lisa Poggi  & Florals by  La Rosa Canina

Photography by Lisa Poggi & Florals by La Rosa Canina

Photography by  Jose Villa

Photography by Jose Villa

Photography by  Teale Photography

Photography by Teale Photography

STATEMENT COLOURED FLOWERS

If the classic green and white look isn’t quite you, add a statement colour scheme to your flower aisle which will adds a point of interest and focus. Your choice of colours and flowers are seemingly endless with this option however we can’t go past a classic dusty pink rose, dahlias or even hydrangea and ranunculus.

Flowers by  Trille Floral  & Photography by  We Are Origami Photography

Flowers by Trille Floral & Photography by We Are Origami Photography

Flowers by  Trille Floral  & Photography by  We Are Origami Photography

Flowers by Trille Floral & Photography by We Are Origami Photography

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DESTINATION SPECIFIC

When planning your wedding, you think everything should centre around the wedding dress (well we think it should!) but with planning my own wedding, I am fast realising that everything centres around the venue. So once you have chosen your venue, consider how you can create your floral aisle in keeping with the venue.
Below are two suggestions, the first is using olive leaves to create the aisle, set beautifully in an olive grove, and getting married on the beach doesn’t mean you have to skip the flowers. Use ferns, foliage, & flowers mixed with natural textures for this look.

PRETTY PASTELS

Create a whimsical, bohemian look for your floral wedding ceremony aisle with a mix of flowers and feathers for a wispy look. Use green foliage and white flowers as a base and then add in pink or lilac pastels flowers to complete the look.