Royal Wedding Inspired Flowers You Can Recreate on Your Big Day

Because we can't get enough of Harry and Meghan

Updated 05/23/18

DANNY LAWSON

The royal wedding has come and gone, but we cannot stop swooning over the beautiful flowers from their ceremony. Simple and timeless yet impactful, the green and white florals had a truly English feel—part fresh-from-the-field, part elegant and formal.

Despite the simple color palette, the royal wedding flowers were show-stopping, making for a stunning photo backdrop. And what's more—after the wedding was over, all of the flowers were turned into bouquets for hospice patients. What a lovely gesture from the newlyweds!

Since we just can't get enough of the royal wedding, we found some of our favorite green and white and lush floral decor elements from our favorite florists to keep us inspired, and to get you inspired for your own wedding, too!

Sure it may have a few more pops of color than Meghan and Harry's, but how magnificent is this floral arch by our friends over at Putnam and Putnam? We'd like to live inside of it, please.

Although Meghan's bouquet was more petite and much more simple, we say this one feels just as appropriate for a polished spring wedding, with a little bit more whimsy but just as much class. Plus, the darker element add a little drama, which we're into.

The sheer size of this arrangement mixed with all the green and whites makes for a more affordable (but still dramatic) alternative for your ceremony decor without having a packed-full (and pretty pricey) floral arch.

More green and white floral drama, this time inside the church.

An urn adds to the classic look we loved watching the royal wedding, and this beauty would be a perfect bar arrangement.

Not having your wedding indoors? Make just as much impact down the aisle with aisle runners of flowers that look like they're growing organically down to an equally as beautiful and lush ceremony structure.

A little larger than Meghan's bouquet, but all these delicate white flowers seem perfect for a royal wedding (or even for a less formal wedding outdoors!).

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