Gorgeous Ways To Incorporate Greenery Into Your Wedding

The greenery trend shows no signs of slowing down any time soon, and we’re totally on board. Whether you use seeded eucalyptus or olive branches, gorgeous green leaves and stems are a great way to give your wedding a lush, dreamy garden vibe, without having to incorporate a ton of pricey blooms. At this point, green is practically a neutral colour at weddings, and it works with practically any theme from woodsy and rustic to modern and elegant.

We’ve seen tons of gorgeous ways our real wedding couples have incorporated greenery into their own celebrations — everything from minimalist garlands to glam chandeliers covered in foliage. Here are some of our favourite ideas.

Lush garland centrepieces
Ditch the vases and instead opt for a full green garland with seeded eucalpyuts complemented by just a few candles.

Photography by Tara McMullen. As seen in this real wedding.

Minimalist ceremony arches
Instead of incorporating blooms around the ceremony arch, opt for a canopy of greenery for a pretty minimalist effect.

Photography by Artanis Collective. As seen in this real wedding.

Wild, unstructured bouquets
Silver dollar eucalyptus accented by a gorgeous succulent gave this bride’s arrangement a free-spirited vibe.

Photography by Beige Weddings. Photo as seen in this real wedding.

Whimsical ceremony arches
A wooden arch is brought to life with twisted vines draped over top.

Photography by Elizabeth In Love. Photo as seen in this real wedding.

Green tablescape accents
A modern, elegant white tablescape is accented by green and gold vases filled with leaves—the perfect pop of colour.

Photography by Purple Tree Photography. As seen in this real wedding.

Chair wreaths
Loads of greenery adorn these rustic ceremony chairs.

Photography by Beige Weddings. As seen in this real wedding.

Pew markers
Evergreen branches fastened with ribbons on to church pews are a sweet way to tie a winter-themed wedding together.

Photography by Rachel Peters. As seen in this real wedding.

Green chandeliers
Greenery and tulips dangle from this venue’s beautiful chandelier, adding to this wedding’s greenery theme.

Photography by Beige Weddings. As seen in this real wedding.

Olive branch wreaths
Instead of bouquets, the bridesmaids at this wedding held olive branch wreaths, for a minimalist, ethereal effect.

Photography by 5ive15ifteen. As seen in this real wedding.

Cake decor
Olive branches decorate each tier of this white wedding cake, giving the whole creation a fresh feel.

Photography by 5ive15ifteen. As seen in this real wedding.

Tall greenery centrepieces
Tall centrepieces with bouquets of greens give this elegant wedding a rustic-chic feel.

Photography by Barb Simkova of Tara McMullen Photography. As seen in this real wedding.

Dangling greenery-framed candles
Greenery adds interest to this hanging candle installation, giving the reception venue a dreamy vibe.

Photography by Art Haus Foto. As seen in this real wedding.

Canopies of greenery
Instead of a traditional green garland, this couple opted for bushels of greenery atop elegant gold frames with dangling glass candle terrariums.

Photography by Rebecca Wood. As seen in this real wedding.


Potted-herb centrepieces
For the ultimate garden-inspired wedding, use herb centrepieces in elevated pots.

Photography by Aron Goss. As seen in this real wedding.

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