20 Stunning Wedding Flower Wall Ideas

Gorgeous walls of blooms and greenery make striking natural backdrops

flower wall

Gianni di Natale

Ever since Kim and Kanye tied the knot in front of a wall of white peonies, roses, and gardenias, flower walls have been en vogue. And it's no wonder—a luxurious wall installation made entirely of flowers is a spectacular way to create a floral point at your wedding. And a flower wall can work anywhere: at the ceremony entrance, as a gorgeous backdrop for your vow exchange, as an escort-card display, at the reception behind a delicious spread of desserts, or any other place you'd like to draw attention to. Flower walls are also a great way to bring the outside indoors, especially if you and your fiancé love Mother Nature but are hosting an indoor celebration.

A flower wall can also serve double-duty if the ceremony and reception are being held at the same venue. First, have your florist create a towering flower wall to serve as the backdrop for your ceremony; then, during cocktail hour, flip the space and position your sweetheart table in the same spot. Or, have the flower wall function as a photo booth backdrop or selfie station at the reception. Either way, you're pretty much guaranteed spectacular wedding photos all night long.

And it's not just the traditional flower wall we love. We've seen so many different takes on flower installations and "walls" that have left us speechless. Scroll through to see 20 of the most stunning wedding flower walls and installations we've seen at real weddings.

Ceremony venue
Harwell Photography

Keep things monochrome with white flowers and greenery (plus palm trees if you're getting married somewhere tropical) and white runners and chairs for a clean and modern look.

Ivy vines in wedding portrait
Rebecca Yale

You don't need to fill up an entire wall with flowers to make a stunning statement. This beautiful wall feels airy—a gorgeous modern take on the traditional flower wall.

floral installation
Shane Shepherd

Create oasis-like corners of your cocktail or reception lounge areas by having your florist encircle the sides of chairs with flowers winding up and along the closest wall.

Floral runner and arch
Heather Nan Photography; Floral Design by Soil and Stem

Another way to get that lush flower wall effect in a new way? Have your floral designer create a wild garden feel with aisle-lining blooms that connect to an equally organic feeling arch. The whole thing should feel like it just occurred naturally, even if you're indoors.

Greenery flower wall in clear tent
Abby Jiu; Event Planning by Strawberry Milk Events; Flower Wall by Sweet Root Village

How cool is this? Unlike any flower wall we've seen; we love the greenery as the base and the hanging flowers in all shades of tonal colors.

Floral accented welcome sign
Hikari Photography

Want an installation but can't afford a full wall of flowers? We love this modern take. Have your florist color-block flowers that wind up and around a welcome sign so this prettiness is the first thing your guests see upon arrival.

Bride and Groom Exchange Vows
Westlund Photography

Not satisfied with the abundant and wildly growing flowers at your venue? We get it. Add in a flower-filled ceremony structure for a multi-layered floral effect.

Floral wall gradient
Abby Jiu

If you're looking for something a little more on the traditional side, opt for a wall sans greenery and packed with buds. Plus, this ombré effect is stunning in photos (and in-person).

Floral archway
M & J Photography

Do like Harry and Meghan and adorn your venue entryway with an organic burst of white flowers and greenery that look like they sprung up from the ground.

White flower wall
Abby Jiu; Event Planning by Engaging Affairs; Flower Wall by Amaryllis

Amaryllis created this beautiful white flower wall that is perfect for a ceremony backdrop and then can be re-used during the reception. The colors scream classic and glam.

Asymmetric floral arch
Fox Fodder Farm

In case you couldn't tell, we're all about the organically creeping greenery. This beautiful installation by Fox Fodder Farm is everything we want from an indoor venue that feels like the best parts of the outdoors were magically placed inside.

Greenery covered sign
Joseph Koprek

Similar to the welcome sign idea, this pretty wedding program sign adds some flair while still being cost-effective by only using greenery.

Floral installation
Paige Jones

Make your head table even more Insta-worthy by putting a flower wall directly behind it—your photographer will thank you.

Greenery-Covered Circle Installation
Bottega 53

Want something dramatic for your ceremony that mimics the effects of a flower wall but isn't one? Try a circular ceremony structure instead of a traditional arch.

Trees indoors
Abby Jiu

Instead of creating a floral installation for your ceremony, bring in trees to your indoor venue to create the feel of being in the great outdoors.

Floral archway
Heather Nan; Floral design by Soil and Stem

Another take on the wild-garden aisle décor and arch that we just love.


Want something a little more tropical? Have your florist create a ceremony wall of tropical greens and have it double as a photo booth background.

Indoor lounge area with flower wall
Abby Jiu; Event Planning by A. Dominick Events; Flower Wall by Amaryllis

The perfect centerpiece for your lounge area, this natural-looking green and white floral wall is the perfect opportunity for guests to snap pictures during the cocktail hour or reception.

Large bloom flower wall
Abby Jiu; Event Planning by Grit and Grace Inc.; Flower Wall by Paper to Petals

For a different take on a flower wall, Paper to Petals created this magnificent wall of jumbo paper flowers. Swoon.

flower wall
Gianni di Natale

Annie Lawless, CEO of Lawless Beauty, and her now-husband Jeffrey Jacobs included a wall of white and blush roses for their Positano wedding. The wall created a stunning backdrop behind a pink velvet couch, which was perfect for late-night photos.

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