Mood Board Monday: Using Branches in Floral Arrangements and Decor

Mood Board Monday: Using Branches in Floral Arrangements and Decor

Hello pretties. Welcome to Mood Board Monday.  Today’s inspiration…branches.  Specifically, using branches in floral arrangements and decor.  I’m currently slightly obsessed with whimsical garden arches, bold centerpieces, and event decor that feature branches.  You’ll find branches in vessels framing my fireplace, accenting my planters on my patio, and from time to time I use them as wall art.  There is something incredibly modern, romantic, organic, and just plain lovely about incorporating branches into floral arrangements and wedding decor.  In the latest issue of Martha Stewart Weddings floral expert Amy Merrick gushes of her love for bringing nature into urban and industrial spaces.  The Brooklyn based floral designer says a common question brides ask her is how they can decorate the space above the tables in a high-ceiling venue.  Her answer?  Reach for-the-sky-potted branches and suggests flowering apple which offers fullness yet still allow for cross table conversations.  Check out the beautiful branch inspiration below and tell us in the comments section how you plan to use this floral trend at your next wedding event!

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{Photography & Floral Design Credits – from left to right}

Photography:Annabella Charles Photography // Floral Design: Garden District 

Photography: Megan Newton Photography // Floral Design Boulder Blooms

Photography: Brandon Chesbro // Floral Design + Decor: The Enchanted Florist

Photography: Lisa Lefkowitz // Design & Styling:Jubilee Lau Events

Photography:Jessamyn Harris // Florals: Daisy Rose Floral Design

Photography: 1. Art Beauty Life : Jenny Ebert Photography // Floral Design: Saipua

Photography:Archetype Studio Inc. // Floral Design: Floral Events

Photography:Docuvitae // Flowers: Neil Guthrie with Gilly Flowers

Photography: Carlie Statsky Photography // Floral Design: Crimson Horticultural Rarities

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