A few weeks back we featured some blooming big bouquets.
They were gorgeous. And you guys thought so too.
Bold, bright, whimsical, and oh-so-trendy right now.
And since then, we've noticed even more over-sized flowers sprouting up all over. But this time it's out of brides' hands and into the decor.
I've noticed this trend this summer in lots of store windows, with Mulberry, Ella Moss, and West Elm among them – shop windows, by the way, are a great place to get wedding decor ideas before they hit the mainstream – and so it was only a matter of time before big flowers hit the big time.
Creatives like Brittany Jepsen of The House That Lars Built (see her online masterclass to create your own oversized blooms) are leading the way, just check out her sister's incredible wedding by Ali Degraff Photography above and below to see the potential of cladding your wedding in giant flowers.
From crepe, to kraft paper, scalloping to fans, DIY your own jumbo botantical wedding, or keep it simple with single big bloom statements.
Either way, they're fun, they're dramatic, and they're a blooming gorgeous way to decorate your wedding – don't you think?
Big White Backdrop
Rows of Posies
Lily Pad Lovelies
I Do Daisies
Botanical Chair Back
Big and Small Blooms
Cake and photo via Cotton & Crumbs
Photo via Mokkasin
Oh I just love them!
And best of all, if you make your own, you'll have them to adorn your home as a very cool piece of decor, that also reminds you of your wedding day. Nifty!
Let us know what you think of over-sized flower decor for weddings, and please, share your top tips for creating your own in the comments below.