12 Places To Use Wedding Wreaths

by Bridget Clegg
Photo: TK // Featured: The Knot Blog
photo by Sylvie Gil Photography

Wreaths aren't just for the church doors or the holidays. Wreaths make beautiful additions to reception decor and bridal party style — and they come in all shapes and sizes. For example, use small herb wreaths as fragrant aisle markers, larger branch-filled wreaths to complement hanging light fixtures, give your flower girls baby's breath crowns, or create a hydrangea collar for your wedding dog. Below, see all the unexpected ways you can rock a wedding wreath!

On The Church Doors

Photo: Versluis Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
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Photo: Versluis Photography

From the album: A Classic Wedding in Mission Hills, KS

On The Chairs and Pews As Aisle Markers

Photo: Allyson Magda Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog

Photo: Allyson Magda Photography

From the album: A Farm Wedding in Winters, CA

On The Gates Outside The Chapel

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Photo: Images Unveiled Photography

From the album: An Old World Elegance Wedding In Rochester, NY

At The Getting Ready Location

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Photo: EJ Photography

From the album: A Rustic Outdoor Wedding in Hartland, MI

On The Bride As A Flower Crown

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Photo: A Simple Photograph

On The Flower Girls As Baby's Breath Crowns

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Photo: Justin DeMutiis Photography

From the album: A Classic Timeless Wedding in Tampa, FL

On The Wedding Dog

Photo: Patricia Lyons Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
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Photo: Patricia Lyons Photography

On The Doors Of The Reception Site

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Photo: Amanada Suanne Photographer

From the album: A Luminous Romantic Wedding in Gainseville, GA

At An Indoor Reception

From the album: A Soft Romantic Wedding in Pittsburgh, PA

Hanging As A Light Fixture At The Reception

Photo: Lorraine Daley Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
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Photo: Lorraine Daley Photography

From the wedding: A Travel-Inspired Rustic Garden Wedding in Philadelphia, PA

Hanging From A Reception Tent

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Photo: Sasithon Photography

From the album: A Rustic Fall Wedding in Brooklyn, NY

On The Tables As Centerpieces

Photo: Kristine Paulsen // Featured: The Knot Blog
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Photo: Kristine Paulsen

From the album: An Elegant Country Wedding in Darby, MT

On The Bride And Groom's Chairs

Photo: Caroline Ghetes Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
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Photo: Caroline Ghetes Photography

From the album: A Tented Wedding in Huntersville, NC

Hanging On The Outside Of The Reception Tent

Photo: VUE Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
photo by Photo: VUE Photography

Photo: VUE Photography

From the wedding: An Outdoor Wedding in Lake Powell, FL

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