5 Perfectly Green Wedding Details

Recently, it seems like that “something blue” has been traded for “something green”. Many brides are trading traditional wedding pinks and blues for an earthy and natural green.

If you’re having an outdoor wedding, green will naturally be incorporated into your wedding through your surroundings. Looking to add some more green details? Here are 5 tips to incorporating the perfect amount of green into your wedding.


Invitations are the first impressions and will set the tone for your wedding so starting with your invitation tis a natural place to start when adding green wedding details to your wedding. By using a green prints on your inserts gives an element of fun and leaves the door open to white or green envelopes.

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Opting for more greenery in your bouquet is a great option to step away from a traditional wedding and can also help reduce your floral budget. If you’re opting for an all-greenery arrangement, incorporate dark leaves with fronds to create the perfect green bouquet.

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Bridesmaid dresses are a typical place to incorporate wedding colours. Greens can easily be mixed and matched to create an ombre bridal party. This mix and match trend steps away from a traditional and uniform look to your bridesmaids for an eye-catching bridal party.

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Your wedding cake can be the perfect place to add your accent colour. For a rustic and simple wedding, add a bit of greenery on a simple white iced cake. For an upscale look, geodes have been another big wedding trend and can be the perfect way to incorporate green with something sweet and sparkly

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Thank you gifts often have a table dedicated for them or are placed with the centerpieces of each table so you may want to consider how it impacts your wedding décor. Try potted herbs or succulents that also add fresh greenery to your wedding décor and will live on past your wedding night.


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