We’ve seen succulents pop up all over weddings lately! The succulent trend started with home decor, but quickly transitioned to the wedding scene in centerpieces, bouquets and so much more! Whether you’re looking for a full-on succulent statement or just want to use them as a subtle accent, there are plenty of ways to incorporate them into your big day!
Lavender Succulent Centerpiece
You can recreate this gorgeous lavender succulent centerpiece using Colorata Succulent, English Lavender, Statice Lavender, Larkspur Lavender, Waxflower Pink, Limonium Misty Blue, White Roses, Cream Roses and Queen Anne’s Lace. This whimsical look would be perfect for an outdoor spring or summer wedding!
Terrarium Succulent Centerpiece
Add a luxe touch to your wedding with a terrarium centerpiece filled with Agavoides Green Succulent, Gerpom White, Spray Rose Chablis, Thistle, and White Hypericum Berries. Because succulents last so long, your guests will be fighting over taking this centerpiece home!
White Succulent Centerpiece
Create this clean, white and crisp centerpiece using Green Velvet Succulent, Garden Rose O’Hara White, White Hydrangea, Variegated Ivy, Rose Vendela Cream, and Dusty Miller. The overflowing blooms create a plush soft look that looks stunning paired with clear or silver mercury glass.
Peach Succulent Bouquet
This pretty peach bouquet is perfect for an outdoor garden wedding! It’s filled with Minty Blue Succulents, Garden Rose Juliet Peach, Garden Rose Patience White, Rose Amsterdam, Queen Anne’s Lace, Dusty Miller, and White Hypericum Berries. We’re obsessed with the peach and pale teal color combo!
Cool Succulent Bouquet
Natural Succulent Bouquet
Lavender Succulent Boutonniere
Natural Succulent Boutonniere
Create these all natural boutonnieres using Assorted Small Succulents!