12 Ways to Incorporate Hanging Flowers in Your Decor

We called it… flowers are particularly BIG this year. And while we’ve seen everything from floral tablescapes to lush centerpieces, right now we can’t get enough of these hanging blooms. Whether fresh or made of paper, draped from a rustic ladder or arranged in assorted vintage bottles, suspended flowers are a beautiful way to dress up your ceremony or reception space and incorporate tons of color. Here, some of our favorite ideas!

Hanging Pink and Yellow Paper Flowers on Vines

From the album: A Three Three Three First Avenue Wedding in Dallas, Texas

 

Single Bud Vases with White Hydrangeas

From the album: An At-Home Wedding in Orient, New York

 

Flowers Arranged Like an Art Installation 

From the album: A Private Estate Wedding in Napa Valley, California

 

Hanging Pink Cherry Blossoms

From the album: A Biltmore Estate Wedding in Asheville, North Carolina

 

Purple and Blue Flowers, Willow Branches and Tea Lights

From the album: An Aria Wedding in Minneapolis, Minnesota

 

Hydrangeas, Vines and Tea Lights on a Vintage Ladder

From the album: A Buckner Farm Wedding in Hood, Virginia

 

White Flowers in Vintage Bottles

From the album: A Casual Elegant Wedding in Dallas, Texas

 

Olive Leaf and Peony Laden Chandeliers

From the album: A Barnyard Chic Wedding in Carmel Valley, CA

 

Floating Hydrangeas with Glass Orbs

From the album: A North Carolina Arboretum Wedding in Asheville, North Carolina

 

Pink and Coral Suspended Bud Vase Centerpieces

From the album: A Summerour Studio Wedding in Atlanta, Georgia

 

Oversized Baby’s Breath Pomanders

From the album: A Romantic, Rustic Wedding in Ann Arbor, MI

 

Dangling Spanish Moss and Amaranthus

From the album: A Sophisticated, Rustic Wedding in Paso Robles, CA

 

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