So many couples are happily accepting nature’s many beautiful gifts as the backdrop and décor for their meaningful celebrations. The botanical wedding style is simply elegant and even bordering on magical. Enjoy this collection of ideas for planning your botanical wedding look, and leave your guests mesmerized with their surroundings.

Style Story: Botanical Ferns

It’s pretty easy being green…
Good ol’ Kermit the Frog may not think so but you can bet Miss Piggy wasn’t planning a botanical wedding! Start your planning with the invitations and get ready to be inspired. Botanical wedding invitations are incredibly easy to find in a variety of styles. Shop nature wedding invitations or boho wedding invitations to find the perfect design. We’ve chosen the Ferns of Gold wedding invitation to introduce this look.

Leave no leaf unturned.
The wonderful thing about a botanical wedding is that you can create some incredible decorations with various elements of nature like ferns, sticks, stones, leaves, etc. We’ve focused this botanical look around ferns because they’re so plentiful and can be used in a variety of ways to really make an impact. You can see how they’re featured absolutely everywhere in this look, from the bride’s bouquet and table centerpieces to the wedding cake and ceremony decorations. For more ideas, visit The Knot and read, “Trend Alert! 10 Fern Ideas.”

Do the earth a favor.
Consider growing your own wedding favors. Succulents are incredibly easy to grow and they look so CUTE laid out at your wedding reception. You can also grow herbs, cacti and other small plants to be used as wedding favors. Guests will appreciate such a meaningful gift and the earth will appreciate your thoughtful choice. Visit BRIT+CO for “42 Creative Ways to Use Succulents in Your Wedding.”

Photo Credit: Boutonniere: Figlewicz Photography + HBD Photography via Style Me Pretty, Bride & Groom: Studio306 via Sweet Violet Bride, Cake: Marion Heurteboust via Ruffled, Favor: canalvie, Table:  Leo Patrone via The Knot, Wreaths: Arina B Photography via Ruffled, Aisle: Sylvie Gil Photography via Style Me Pretty