Flowers

12th June 2019


Casting a dry spell: Get inspired with these 10 dried flower wedding bouquet ideas!

They’ll last the course!


1. Dried sprigs in a host of bright colours

Just because these blooms are no longer living, it doesn’t mean colour has necessarily been sapped away. Opt for some vibrant tones to set your day on course.

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2. Fly high with unstructured

The beauty of dried flowers is their capacity to astound! So, make the most of their architecture by having them arranged in wide displays.

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3. Lavender is ever-green

The smell of dried lavender is memorable, and it will calm you down too! After your big day, place this perfumed bunch in your home to make you feel at peace as soon as you walk in.

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4. Use dry elements in your décor

Use dried flower bouquets in your décor at the venue for some exceptional tones and textures! You’ll be picking at them for hours.

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5. Think inside the box

And, you can even include the dried blooms within hand-made containers on the tables at your wedding dinner. Stunning!

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6. Integrate with fresh blooms

But, if you don’t want to go the whole hog, you can always integrate dried flowers with fresh blooms for a twist on the traditional.

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7. Echo the tones of your wedding location

The Maltese landscape is arid, with smooth yellow shades reflecting off many surfaces. So, match your bouquet with the environment you’re in and you’ll get some stunning images!

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8. Go deep for autumnal tones

But, think of the season. While dried flower bouquets may not be an obvious choice for spring, they work well in the autumn. We love those deep reds!

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9. Don’t be afraid to go big

With a gamut of possibilities when it comes to dried blooms, you can think big and include as many options as you like. It is your wedding day after all!

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10. Texture, texture, texture

And the best thing about dried bouquets? The tactile quality of the blooms, which look stunning in your wedding images.

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Image Credits

Wedding Directory