Wildflower Wedding Inspo
For a wildflower inspired wedding we select a mix of informal, textural blooms in a range of colors to create that "just foraged from the field" vibe. You can opt for a bold palette, something more neutral, or a mix of both! It's a versatile style that pairs well with other styles or on it's own.
We've collected a few of the wildflower-inspired weddings we've done in the past to show how different they can be and to hopefully inspire your planning.
Melissa & Alex - June 2023 at Private Residence
Melissa & Alex had a small wedding on a family farm. The wildflower vibe was the perfect fit for this sunny, relaxed day. We used a mix of formal & informal blooms for the maids single varietal bouquets and featured flowers such as delphinium, craspedia, cosmos, calendula, matricaria, snapdragon, and lisianthus in all of the designs.
Scott & Shira - July 2023 at Camp Colton
We combined PNW/Woodland and Wildflower styling to create foliage forward designs with pops of color for Scott & Shira's July wedding. We used greenery such as fern, ruscus, and salal alongside colorful blooms like snapdragon, dahlias, cosmos, zinnias, and calendula. The arrangements fit nicely among the canopy of trees and inside the log cabin reception area.
Images: Myrtle Creative Co.
Alondra & Anthony - September 2023 at Ironlight
Wildflower inspired weddings don't always have to be at an outdoor venue. Alondra & Anthony wanted a wildflower vibes to fit their 70's decor at Ironlight in Lake Oswego. We used a combination of blues & lavenders with peachy tones to create a retro wildflower aesthetic.
Images: Emily Skye
Aubrey & Adam - August 2022 at Oregon Golf Club
Adam & Aubrey wanted romantic, wildflower designs for their wedding at Oregon Golf Club. We draped smilax along the chuppah as well as an installation of bright, summery blooms such as dahlias, zinnias, and roses. We also used white flowers like sweet william, hydrangea, and roses to balance the colors.
Images: Lundyn Bridge Photography
Holly & Patrick - July 2021 at Lewis & Clark College
For Holly & Patrick, we used a lot of jewel toned blooms and tall stems to create arrangements that fit their vintage, romantic, wildflower wedding. We love how lining the aisle with tall, upgrowing pieces created the effect of walking through a meadow.
Images: Here Today Photo