Creative Decoration Ideas for Your Green Botanical Wedding

by Karina Leviani [[ 1485914400000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Wedding Ideas  


If you're planning a celebration with little or even no flowers, you're in luck as green botanical weddings are on the rise this year. Filled with greenery, these kinds of celebrations feel refreshing yet elegant at the same time.

Leaves might not sound too exciting at first, but they actually make such versatile decorations. Style your greens loosely for a rustic celebration or pair them with modern trinkets for a more sophisticated feel. For more ideas on how to incorporate greenery into your wedding decorations, go through the slideshow below!

  • Photography: Jose Villa - Eric Boneske Photography

    Ceremony arch

    We’re sure you’ve seen wedding arches covered in flowers and fabrics or peppered with bits of leaves. How about an earthy wedding arch entirely made of greenery?

  • Photography: Jose Villa - Eric Boneske Photography


    Don’t forget to enhance the aisle with greenery as well. You can pair the leafy plants with candles or just let them shine on their own.

  • Photography: Jose Villa - Eric Boneske Photography

    Pew Decoration

    And to complete the aisle decoration, add some lush vines to the chairs. You can put them on the sides or on the back of the chairs for a different look.

  • Photography: Jose Villa - Eric Boneske Photography

    Wedding signs

    Welcome your guests to the reception area using wedding signs adorned with greenery. This is a great way to decorate your entrance area and introduce the guests to your botanical wedding theme.

  • Photography: Jose Villa - Eric Boneske Photography

    Escort cards

    After the signs, come the escort cards. Go beyond simple paper cards and take some cues from these beautiful, botanical-inspired escort card displays.

  • Photography: Jose Villa - Eric Boneske Photography


    Greenery make perfectly adequate centerpieces for a minimalist wedding. You can add some flowers for variety, but let your greens be the star of the show by putting them in larger vases.

  • Photography: Jose Villa - Eric Boneske Photography

    Table runner

    Getting bored of traditional table liners? Let green vines do the work instead. Using greens as table runners is an easy way to make your wedding table look instantly elegant.

  • Photography: Jose Villa - Eric Boneske Photography

    On the plates

    Give your guests a complete green botanical experience by adding sprigs of leaves on their plates next to the menus and place cards.

  • Photography: Jose Villa - Eric Boneske Photography

    On the chairs

    Don’t forget to adorn your Mr. and Mrs. seats with some greenery! This seemingly unimportant detail can really tie the whole room together.

  • Photography: Mariel Hannah


    Your wedding stage or head table will be the main focus of the evening, so make sure to decorate the area with greenery as well. One idea is to place vines and leaves or hang them from the ceiling as your reception background.

  • Photography: Jose Villa - Eric Boneske Photography


    Ceiling decorations are predicted to be very popular in the upcoming year. Why not combine two trends and add greenery to the ceilings if you’re having an indoor or tented wedding?

Are you inspired by all these green botanical wedding ideas? Tell us which one your favorite is in the comments section below!


  • Photography: Winsome & Wright | Erich McVey | Jose Villa | Tamara Gruner Photography | The Grovers | Michael and Carina Photography | Jeremy Chou Photography | Ether and Smith | Clary Pfeiffer Photography | Blue Rose Photography | Eric Boneske Photography |

    Jen Huang Photo

    | Michelle Beckwith | Julia Paisley Photography | Mariel Hannah | O'Malley Photographers

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