Currently on our wedding trend radar? Pampas grass. The tall, wheat-colored tufted grasses can often been seen growing along riverbanks and cliff sides; the stalks flow beautifully in the wind and add instant texture to wedding arrangements like bouquets and ceremony backdrops. Pampas grass is perfect for more casual, boho-style weddings (or, if you're not really into flowers at all). Check out these six stunning takes on the pampas grass trend.
Bridal Bouquet (above): This pretty bouquet by Studio Mondine includes clematis, spotted begonia, and feathery strands of locally foraged pampas grass.
Photo: [Tyler Branch Photo](http://tylerbranchphoto.com/)
Ceremony Aisle: Wow your wedding guests with a spectacular wedding ceremony aisle lined with loads of fluffy pampas grass stalks.
Photo: [Carly Statksy](http://www.carliestatsky.com/)
Circular Ceremony Backdrop: Exchange vows amid a circular pampas-grass altar decorated with lush creamy-white blooms.
Photo: [Gia Canali](http://giacanali.com/wordpress/)
Boho Ceremony Backdrop: Add tall stalks of feathery pampas grass to give your ceremony backdrop movement and a dash of bohemian flair.
Photo: [Sarah Kate Photographer](http://sarahkatephoto.com/)
Pedestal Centerpieces: Add some major height to your dinner tables by perching lush greenery-and-pampas-grass centerpieces on tall, translucent pedestals.
Photo: [Braedon Photography](http://braedonphotography.com/)
Bud Vase Centerpieces: Wispy pampas grasses also look great on their own when displayed in modern-looking vases and vessels.