Botanicals, greenery & plants are all popular at the moment and it is one of my favourite trends. Plants & foliage are making a big impact whether as real life greenery or as prints on fabrics and stationery.
A spectacular example of this was at Harry & Meghan’s wedding with foliage and flowers creating a stunning effect. For most of us this scale of display is not a reality but there are many botanical touches that can be easily added to weddings.
Ferns are a beautiful and simple way to bring greenery to decor as ‘Want that Wedding’ illustrates above.
Our paper roses with personalised name tags make beautiful botanical rose favours as well as place settings and table decorations all-in-one.
A simple way to create escort cards or to make a table plan is with mini wooden pegs attached to name cards & stems of foliage.
Or peg foliage on string for a stunning green backdrop and decorate a simple white cake with rosemary and berries, see Ruffled blog for more ideas.
Botanical garlands add some green glamour using plenty of foliage interspersed with flowers. There is a tutorial for the garland above at La Mariee Aux Pieds Nus.
For pretty botanical wedding stationery our paper rose designs include invitations, menus and name cards.
I love these simple wreath designs on gold hoops from Helaina Storey wedding design.
Simple green foliage and white flowers work beautifully for botanical bouquets. We can combine any of our paper flowers to create a paper wedding bouquet such as this above with paper eucalyptus, hydrangea, roses and hellebore.
Please see Paper Tree’s Pinterest boards for more inspiration.