Hanging Wedding Flowers

Modern brides are deviating from traditional weddings and finding ways to express themselves creatively while giving their guests something to remember.


Hanging your flowers is a great way to make your ceremony or reception interesting. Mason jars with a combination of flowers will allow you to add color to your wedding if you are sticking with neutral bridal attire. Deep purple hydrangea is subtle and robust yet textured enough to add depth to your aisle treatment.


If you plan on having an evening reception, bright yellow or orange tulips are lively and can offer illumination to a hazy, candlelit space.


A heavily plated event with a large amount of guests may benefit from a hanging wooden centerpiece. This convenient alternative allows for more table space and can display rustic dusty miller, elegant garden roses, peonies and any other flower you have in mind.


Orchids are a beautiful selection for hanging flowers as they have a tendency to cascade naturally. Adding crystal accents to these delicate blooms is a tasteful and classy presentation. Rose blooms are also a favorable selection and guaranteed to impress your guests.


Ask your Beneva Flowers floral designer about the beauty and convenience of hanging arrangements.

*photos onewed.com, collincowieweddings.com, classiccreations, raymondlee, allaboutusevents, pinterest

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