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8 ways to transform an outdoors wedding venue

8 ways to transform an outdoors wedding venue


Written by Laura Atri

Soak up the summer sunshine (ahem) and exchange your vows in style with these glorious ideas for an outdoors 'I do'

 

Secret garden party

You just can’t go wrong with bright and colourful blooms. We love the idea of lining the aisle with these vibrant flowers displayed on wooden logs, ensuring your entrance is entirely ethereal.

Image: Kasia Nowak

 

The only way is up

Calling all boho brides! This whimsical display is perfect for you. We love how the greenery and blooms have been weaved into the branches for a stripped-back and natural looking floral arch. Ideal for nuptials in the woods or a forest, it looks as though it always belonged there.

Image: Enchanted Brides Photography

 

Whimsical wonder

You probably already know that suspended florals are all the rage this year, but if your budget doesn’t quite stretch to a floral chandelier, why not decorate a few hoops and hang them? Quick, easy and it looks 10/10!

Image: Your Wedding Story Photography

 

Aisle be there

Imagine this is your view as you’re approaching your future spouse – we don’t know what’s the best part, the stunning florals or that magnificent view! Classic whites and soft peaches always look romantic and classy.

Image: M&J Photography

 

Swing by

Channel your inner child for your big day and create your very own swinging love seat. If your venue already has a swing in the gardens, simply decorate it with blooms for a romantic and fun photo spot.

Image: Picture Perfect Photography

 

For the love of florals

Move over flower walls! This exquisite creation from Jay Archer Floral Design is ticking all of the boxes for us. Fresh roses, plenty of lush foliage and a subtle nod to the oh-so-cool botanical trend, this could also double up as a table plan.

Image: Marianne Chua Photography

 

Rustic chic

Decorate the end of your aisle with wooden crates, fresh lavender, candles and understated lanterns to soften the appearance of an industrial floral arch. Even better, you can re-use everything in your ceremony room!

Image: Mark Tattersall Photography

 

A little glamour never hurt nobody

What do you mean, your garden doesn’t have a chandelier in it? A fabulously luxe idea, this sparkling and glistening focal point adds drama and glamour to a beautiful table runner created out of fresh flowers.

Images: Fiona Clair Photography


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