The Latest Wedding Flower Trend? Framed Florals

by Rachel Torgerson

Frames aren't just for pictures! The latest wedding trend has us seeing 3D with artful arrangements of colorful blooms popping out of gilded, ornate frames. There are literally millions of ways to arrange flowers at your wedding reception, but these trendy creations make a huge statement in endless arrays of colors and styles. Go formal, surrounding a golden menu card with white hydrangeas in a baroque frame or go rustic with a row of lilies and succulents lining the bottom of your wooden, framed escort card display. Peruse some of our favorite framed flower arrangements below for ideas on how to incorporate this trend at your ceremony or reception!

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1. 3D Framed Flowers

This stunning purple and pink arrangement played with mixing 3D and 2D textures.

Photo: Jennifer Lindberg Weddings

2. Hydrangea Frame

Highlight formality by framing your menu signage with white hydrangeas in an ornate, gold frame.

Photo: Lissa Anglin Photography; From the album: A Legacy Event Center Wedding in Lubbock, Texas

3. Appetizing Arrangement

Make your cocktail hour artful by arrangeing your hand-passed small plates on a bed of long green grass.

Photo: The Wedding Artists Collective; From the album: An At-Home Wedding in Orient, New York

4. Votive and Flower Mixture

Looking for a way to make your low centerpieces more creative? Lay various large-headed blooms on a photo frame or mirror and add in a few votive candles.

Photo: Jenny DeMarco Photography; From the album: A Romantic and Elegant Wedding in Austin, TX

5. Artful Escort Cards

Guide guests to their seats with an extra-large frame filled with moss, then attach your escort cards in an artful arrangement.

Photo: Chelsea Nicole; From the album: A Greystone Mansion Wedding in Beverley Hills, California

6. Rustic Succulent Display

Even a bare wooden frame can add impact when paired with textured flowers, like these succulents and calla lilies.

Photo: Stacey Pentland Photography; From the album: A Rustic Vineyard Wedding at Solage Calistoga in Calistoga, California

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