Ideas on how to dress a gazebo with flowers for your outdoor wedding ceremony
At a recent styled photo shoot, we dressed the outdoor gazebo at Silchester House; a magical location set deep within the magnificent gardens of this stunning country house. The gazebo is the main focal point when it comes to your outdoor wedding ceremony and on this particular occasion, we chose to use a combination of pastel English garden flowers and plenty of lush foliage on the arch to bring a delightful summer wedding to life. The heavily detailed arch could be seen from right across the lawn, and, to add further on-trend detail to the gazebo, hexagonal jam jars filled with matching blooms hung with pastel coloured ribbon from above. Additional jam jars perched along each side of the gazebo adding extra colour and romance to the setting; a simple and cost effective way to inject more colour to your outdoor wedding ceremony.
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Dressing a wedding gazebo with flowers
Three things to consider when choosing the right style of wedding flowers to decorate an outdoor gazebo.
Consider the weather: Try to choose a decorative display that will remain sturdy regardless of the weather. If a sudden gust of wind appears, you’ll want your wedding flowers to say in place.
Consider colour: Your wedding will most probably be themed around a central colour. Have the main flowers in your gazebo arrangements co-ordinate that colour and perhaps show your florist colour samples of your bridesmaids dresses, stationery and so on.
Consider logistics: Whether you opt for a selection of smaller jam jars of several larger arrangements, perhaps see where you can re-use them throughout the rest of your wedding celebration. Table centre pieces? Card/gift table? On mantle pieces? Or how about in the bridal suite?