Palm trees are having a moment. These bold, lush leaves have natural beauty that feel organic and oh-so-chic. Let’s talk about the best way to weave this element into your wedding day style.

Green + White + Gold
Palm leaves are a beautiful and bold choice to use as a focal point for your wedding day style. They certainly make choosing your colors easy. Their bold green hue ranges in color from bright kelly green to deep pine. You can certainly pair other bright colors for a tropical vibe but we love the look of a white, green and gold palette. It’s simple and swanky and keeps all eyes on the most important element of your wedding day – the two of you!

A Chic and Sleek Intro
We always, always say that your wedding invitation is more important than you might think. It’s your guests’ first impression of your wedding day and introduces your style the moment they pull it out of the envelope. For a wedding styled with palm branches, we adore this new Brilliant Palms wedding invitation. This gold foil-stamped stunner is sleek and chic and surprisingly affordable.

That Budget Though…
We have a secret. Your palm-themed wedding is going to look super expensive. The key to this style is simplicity and you know what that means? It’s going to actually be quite affordable. Your groom, bridesmaids and groomsmen can purchase off the rack. Forget fussy centerpieces; choose simple up-cycled bottles instead. Simple white dinnerware and white linen napkins come standard at most reception venues but don’t hesitate to choose this classic look. And of course, there’s the palm leaves. If you’re lucky enough to be getting married in a tropical location, these may even be free. If you need to order them, the varieties are endless, they can be ordered direct from a wholesaler and are SO much cheaper than flowers.

Photo Credit: Reception Centerpiece: Refinery29, Chair: Amy Fanton Photography via Rock My Wedding, Bride with Bouquet: wedluxe via Instagram, Cake: Ruth Eileen Photography via Style Me Pretty, Groom: Happy Wedd, Bridesmaids: Still55 Photography via Style Me Pretty