The best way to save money on your wedding flowers and get the most bang for your buck? Simply repurpose them! A stunning ceremony arch doesn’t need to go to waste. We’re big advocates of repurposing ceremony flowers for the reception and today, the team at Borrowed and Blue Events is here to show you how:
The main focus was to create an epic floral ceremony installation that could be repurposed for the reception set up. We highlighted textures with soft, feminine tones and wanted to inspire couples to create something unique while keeping traditional elements. Probably one of my favorite parts about this day was that this shoot was an all-girls team, and took place on International Women’s Day!
Big feminine energy going into these ceremony and reception vignettes! Although the tones are sweet and soft, this editorial speaks boldly about how to reuse wedding florals in a practical way and nailing diverse textures. Eva Cherneff Photography tells this story:
Melanie Anne Designs starts things off soft + modern with this invitation suite.
Pink Wedding Flowers Frame This Feminine Beauty
Some major feminine framing going on here with the stunning florals by Bespoke Blossoms! When it comes to saving money on wedding flowers, you really can’t go wrong beginning with a gorgeous floral arch. The team here built a reusable installation with an array of sprayed baby’s breath, soft pink roses, jasmine, and plenty of textural details.
The pop of red in that bouquet is pure magic!
We love including pups in your big day!
Repurpose Ceremony Flowers for the Reception
The big reveal! The team took the two floral tower installations and repurposed them to frame the archway over the reception table. Obviously, the way you reuse your wedding flowers will look different depending on a number of things (the floral design and the venue being two main players). The biggest takeaway is to discuss ideas with your florist + planning team to create something that works for your style and space. And, bonus! Letting your flowers do double the work is environmentally friendly. In fact, here are more things you can reuse, rent, or donate for an eco-friendly wedding.
Gauze runners and pink wedding flowers accented the tabletop decor from Darling Vintage Rentals for a sweet, feminine texture.
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Gold-rimmed deliciousness tops this small white cutting cake from Cobble Hill Cake Co.
And more soft, feminine vibes with that dreamy bow on a modern gown from Blush Bridal!
A groom who isn’t afraid of feminine touches is a rad groom in our book! This fun checked suiting from Outlooks For Men is softly accessorized by a floral pocket square. Love it!
Are you not inspired?! One stunning floral installation can carry your entire wedding design with just a few thoughtful steps. Thanks to the team behind the day for showing us how it’s done!
photography: Eva Cherneff Photography // venue name: Oak and Vine Estates, Cowichan Valley, BC, Canada // event design: Borrowed and Blue Events // planning: Borrowed and Blue Events // florals: Bespoke Blossoms // wedding dress boutique: Blush Bridal // hair stylist: Erin Bradley // makeup artist: House of Beauty // groom attire: Outlooks for Men // paper goods: Melanie Anne Designs // cake: Cobble Hill Cake Co // tabletop rentals: Darling Vintage Rentals // models: Sarah and Nik