13 Genius Places To Hang A Wedding Garland

Garlands are a romantic and natural addition to your wedding day flower plans. The leafy green cords make a lush statement when strung across a ceremony arch, wound around an outdoor chandelier or draped across the bride and groom’s chairs at the reception. Tip: For an all-green rustic look ask your florist for¬†sturdy plants like eucalyptus, ferns or bay leave, and for a more delicate and colorful approach request floral strands of mums, Baby’s Breath or roses. See the 14 genius places where you can hang a garland at your wedding below!

With Flowers As A Ceremony Backdrop

From the album: A Romantic Country Wedding in Nashville, TN

From the album: A Retro Island Wedding in Lanai, HI

From the album: A Romantic Outdoor Wedding in Austin, TX

From Trees At Your Indoor Ceremony Venue

From the album: A Glamorous Wedding in New York, NY

Down The Aisle At Your Ceremony

In An Artful Escort Card Display

Across The Mantle AtYour Cocktail Hour

From the album: A French Countryside Wedding in Taneytown, MD

Over Your Outdoor Reception Tables

From the album: A Romantic Outdoor Wedding in Mandeville Canyon, CA

Around An Outdoor Chandelier

From the album: A Vintage Pastel Wedding in Franklin, TN

Around A Trellis Ceiling In Your Reception Tent

From the album: A Country Garden Wedding in Newport, RI

From the album: A Laid-Back Low-Country Chic Wedding in Charleston, SC

Across The Sweetheart Table

On The Backs Of The Bride And Groom’s Chairs

From the album: An Elegant island Wedding in Maui, HI

From the album: An Elegant Spring Wedding in Charlottesville, VA

From the album: A Romantic Secret Garden Styled Shoot

Along the Walls Of Your Casual Outdoor Reception Venue

From the album: An Intimate Green Wedding in Brooklyn, NY

Draped Across Tall Centerpieces

From the album: A Modern Wedding at Le Meridien in Minneapolis, MN

Around the Cake And Dessert Table

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