6 Ways to Decorate Your Ceremony Aisle with Wildflowers

Ceremony & Vows, Flowers, Wedding Style & Decor

Give your ceremony setting a unique, organic look by creating a lush and romantic aisle of wildflowers that looks as if it's growing right from the ground. Here are our favorite takes on this growing ceremony-aisle trend.

Sea Grasses (above): Lush, tall sea grasses helped create a breezy-yet-elegant vibe — perfect for this couple's Nantucket wedding.

White Flowers and Fresh Greenery (above): This couple's stunning aisle of white delphiniums and fresh greenery was designed to evoke a French garden courtyard.

ceremony aisle decorations

Photo: The Nichols

Wildflower Aisle and Arch: At this Texas wedding, the bride walked down an aisle lined with wildflowers, to a handmade ceremony arch created by 1,500 stems of blooming cherry and pear branches.

Grasses: For their outdoor, organic wedding nestled in the mountains, this couple decorated their aisle with lush, waving grasses.

Lavender: Sprigs of lavender, combined with white blooms and greenery, created a dreamy and romantic ceremony setting.

ceremony aisle decorations

Photo: Megan Welker

Ferns: Create an earthy, woodland vibe by lining the aisle with emerald-green ferns combined with white delphiniums.

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