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An enchanted forest wedding is great for the spring season, picture lush greens, dewy pastels and whimsical touches. If you’re dreaming of an enchanted forest wedding, you’ll need Moss, Baby’s Breath and Peach Roses. Here’s the inspiration you need to bring your fairytale wedding to life!

Enchanted Forest


Flower Crown Veil


You can’t have an enchanted forest wedding without a flower crown! Recreate this woodland nymph look with Rose Cream de la Cream, Delphinium Light Blue, Garden Rose Peach, Brown Leonidas Rose and Statice White. Go one step further and attach loose buds to your veil for a true ethereal aesthetic.



Forest Swing

Add an interactive and whimsical touch to your wedding with a flower wrapped swing. Use stock white, Queen Anne’s lace, and Eucalyptus Baby Blue. Not to mention this create a picture perfect spot!




This short tree trunk centerpiece looks like it’s magically growing from the table, making it the perfect addition to your enchanted forest wedding. Use White Hydrangea, Rose Ghobi Peach, White Dahlias, Sword Fern, Maiden Hair Fern, Naked Seeded Eucalyptus, Seeded Eucalyptus, Dianthus Green Trick and White Ranunculus over Sheet Moss.



Hanging Baby’s Breath

You can create these gorgeous hanging arrangements with a few stems of Baby’s Breath. If you make them smaller, you can also use them as unique bouquets for your bridesmaids or flower girl!




This dreamy cascading bouquet will whisk you, guests, away to a whimsical place. It’s overflowing with Blushing Bride Protea, Garden Rose Juliet, Garden Rose Caramel Antike Cream, White Dahlias, Lavender, White China Berries, Colorata Succulent, Seeded Eucalyptus, Bonsai Eucalyptus, Stephanotis, and Peach Spray Roses.



Moss Table Numbers


We love this idea for table numbers for the bride and grooms table! Just attach Sheet Moss to the numbers or letters of your choice.





Fulfill the fairytale with a blooming boutonniere for you groom made of Peach Spray Rose, Star of Bethlehem, Astible, Veronica, Dendrobium Orchid Green, Dusty Miller Lacey, and Succulents.



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