17 Ways to Include Moss in Your Wedding Decor

We’re seeing moss everywhere recently, and it isn’t only popping up in rustic weddings! Since its form allows it to be shaped in a variety of designs and cling to a number of different surfaces, this greenery can really come in handy. From preppy and traditional receptions to whimsical, romantic events, adding moss can tie your whole theme together. So, want to go woodland without going overboard? Adding subtle moss decor will give you the earthy vibe you’re looking for in a beautiful green color while adding a bit of unexpected texture to your details. Check out these real wedding photos for some major moss inspiration!

As a ring pillow

From the album: A Calico Basin Wedding in Las Vegas, Nevada

From the album: A Natural Outdoor Wedding in Cary, North Carolina

From the album: An At-Home Wedding in Salt Lake City, Utah

Framing your table numbers

From the album: A Hope Glen Farms Wedding in Cottage Grove, Minnesota

As part of your monogram

From the album: A Green, Garden-Inspired Wedding in Indianapolis, Indiana

From the album: A 128 South Wedding in Wilmington, North Carolina

In topiary form

From the album: A Rustic, Elegant Wedding in Pocantico Hills, New York

As your table number

From the album: An Elegant Modern Wedding in Omaha, Nebraska

Lining your catering or bar menu

From the album: A Romantic Mint Wedding in Filley, Nebraska

As a surface for your escort cards

From the album: A Vintage, Elegant Wedding in Scarborough, New York

As alternate aisle markers

From the album: An Outdoor Harborside Wedding in Northeast Harbor, Maine

From the album: A Brotherhood Winery Wedding in Washingtonville, New York

For your table runner

From the album: A Delaplane Cellars Winery Wedding in Delaplane, Virginia

In a glass alchemist jar

From the album: A Simple Ranch Wedding in Bakersfield, California

Lining a huge, gilded frame

From the album: A Greystone Mansion Wedding in Beverly Hills, California

In whimsical ball form

From the album: A Modern, Glamorous Wedding in Canyon Lake, Texas

From the album: A Black and White Wedding in Charleston, South Carolina

As a card box

From the album: A Traditional, Romantic Wedding in Baltimore, Maryland

On your wedding cake

From the album: A Charming Southern Wedding in Blowing Rock, North Carolina

As a flower girl basket

From the album: A Chic Spring Wedding in West Caldwell, New Jersey

As your lounge decor

Photo: Alison Events // Featured: The Knot Blog

From the album: Event Designer Profile: Alison Hotchkiss of Alison Events

In your boutonniere or bridal bouquet

From the album: A Romantic, Airy Wedding in San Fransisco, California

From the album: An Outdoor Wedding in Villanova, Pennsylvania

On the back of your bride and groom chairs

From the album: A Wild Onion Ranch Wedding in Austin, Texas

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Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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