Photo: Erica Chan Photography
Many brides love foxgloves for their enchanting, bell-shaped blossoms — they begin to bloom at the start of summer and come in the prettiest colors, from bright pink, coral, and purple to more subtle shades of apricot, peach, and cream. The tall, bell-shaped flowers tend to face upwards, revealing their charming speckled throats. Here are some of our favorite wedding arrangements incorporating this unique, whimsical early-summer flower.
Bridal Bouquet (above): This bride carried a lovely garden-style bouquet of pastel pink garden roses, pink foxgloves, ivory dahlias, and greenery.
Ceremony Aisle (Elegant): This gorgeous tented ceremony featured garlands of ivy suspended overhead and a ceremony aisle lined with purple foxgloves.
Photo: Corbin Gurkin
Ceremony Aisle (Rustic): For a more casual look, fill aluminum pails with foxgloves, stock, leather fern, lemon leaf, and ornamental grasses.
Photo: Robbins Photographic
Entrance Arrangement: Greet guests as they arrive to the ceremony with a large urn arrangement featuring apricot and cream foxgloves, orange blossoms, and Queen Anne's lace.
Photo: O'Malley Photographers
Cocktail Tables: For a simple-yet-striking look, decorate cocktail tables with a tall vase filled with peach-hued foxgloves, flanked by a single garden rose in a bud vase and a pair of votive candles.
Photo: Bryce Covey Photography
Wedding Favors Table: This couple invited guests to make their own loose-leaf tea sachets; the favors table was decorated by a hedge of white foxgloves.