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Bringing nature into weddings have been a big favourite for a few years and many wedding themes have emerged incorporating natural, organic touches. They need not be bohemian and hippy. Incorporating natural elements to your wedding day can create incredible softness and romance in a very cool way.

Adding Greenery

Incorporating Greenery gives flow to wedding flowers and makes wedding décor such as top tables and mandaps feel natural. Greenery comes in all sorts of shapes and sizes and correct selection of greenery can transform everything from table centres to ceiling chandeliers. Eucalyptus adds great smells and makes great table centres as well as working well in mandap flowers and top table flowers as well as bouquets. Ivy works well in ceiling chandeliers to provide the length and trail that is required to make floral chandeliers dramatic. Palm leaves always make great statement pieces around foyer pieces such as ganeshes. Natural garlands look amazing, especially on long table set ups, and you can add character by placing them in mismatched vases and candle holders. Perhaps go bold with a large green living wall as a top table or a feature wall in the room!

Wooden touches

Wooden furniture, rustic furniture makes a change from conventional furniture especially for weddings that want to incorporate the outdoors indoors. Incorporating wooden furniture with greenery and flowers along with stunning crystal chandeliers can be a game changer when it comes to changing a rustic vintage themed wedding into one that is opulent whilst organic. Integrate coppers and golds in vases, candle holders on wooden slices with flowers and greenery for table centres to give a modern edge to your wedding. Wooden style mandaps have been popular for some time whether integrated with sophisticated flowers or greenery. Finally, trees, blossom trees, greenery trees or floral trees – the more realistic the better to create drama that you want in the room – a bold and statement touch!