13 Amazing Ways to Use Lavender In Your Wedding

by Rachel Torgerson
Photo: Sofia Negron Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
photo by Sofia Negron Photography

Lavender is said to bring good luck but it is also a symbol of love and devotion, making it a particularly meaningful flower to include in your wedding decor. Lavender also has calming properties, meaning it may take away some of the nerves if you get a sniff pre-ceremony! From incorporating a sprig into your bridal bouquet to adding it as a cake accent, here are some ideas for using lavender in your wedding.

In a cocktail

Photo: Swoon by Katie // Featured: The Knot Blog
photo by Swoon by Katie

Swoon by Katie

From the album: A Rustic, Glam Wedding at The San Diego Botanic Garden in San Diego, California

On a menu card

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From the album: Lusanna & Jon in Santa Monica, CA

Tossed at the Bride and Groom as they exit

Photo: Sofia Negron Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
photo by Sofia Negron Photography

Sofia Negron Photography

From the album: A Garden Wedding in Phoenixville, PA

In the boutonniere

Photo: Cassidy Carson Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
photo by Cassidy Carson Photography

Cassidy Carson Photography

From the album: A Louisiana State University Hilltop Arboretum Wedding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

On a fresh roll

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photo by Birds of a Feather

Birds of a Feather

From the album: A Ponte Family Estate Wedding in Temecula, California

Lining the ceremony aisle

Photo: Carla Boecklin Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
photo by Carla Boecklin Photography

Carla Boecklin Photography

From the album: A Copper Moose Farm Wedding in Park City, Utah

Marking ceremony chairs

Photo: Cassidy Carson Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
photo by Cassidy Carson Photography

Cassidy Carson Photography

From the album: A Louisiana State University Hilltop Arboretum Wedding in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Garnishing the wedding cake

Photo: Katelin Wallace Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
photo by Katelin Wallace Photography

Katelin Wallace Photography

From the album: An Intimate Garden Weddin in San Juan Capistrano, CA

On the escort cards

Photo: Byron Roe Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
photo by Byron Roe Photography

Byron Roe Photography

From the album: A Fresh Vineyard Wedding in Underwood, WA

In the bridal bouquet

Photo: Sofia Negron Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
photo by Sofia Negron Photography

Sofia Negron Photography

From the album: A Garden Wedding in Phoenixville, PA

In a flower girl's bouquet

Photo: Swoon by Katie // Featured: The Knot Blog
photo by Swoon by Katie

Swoon by Katie

From the album: A Rustic, Glam Wedding at The San Diego Botanic Garden in San Diego, California

As a centerpiece

Photo: Sofia Negron Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
photo by Sofia Negron Photography

Sofia Negron Photography

From the album: A Garden Wedding in Phoenixville, PA

As an arrangement at the cocktail hour

Photo: Sofia Negron Photography // Featured: The Knot Blog
photo by Sofia Negron Photography

Sofia Negron Photography

From the album: A Garden Wedding in Phoenixville, PA

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