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Wedding Trend: Hanging Flowers

By Raymondleejewelers @raymondleejwlrs

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Floral arrangements are easily one of our favorite wedding trend eye candy categories. While floral arrangements are a totally optional part of your wedding decor (we’ve seen amazing non-floral centerpieces featuring all kind of meaningful, beautiful objects), they’re definitely one of the most fun to design! And whether you’re DIY-ing your wedding flowers or working with a florist, allow us to present one of our favorite 2013 wedding trends: handing flowers!

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Amy Osaba is one of the first florists we saw implementing this design. Her rustic, organic looking arrangements only get more gorgeous as their ferns, tendrils and greenery are allowed to drip down from above.

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Another fantastic, budget-friendly wedding flower option is hanging globes of babies breath (or another flower with interesting texture formed en masse). Soft, airy and modern all at once, these great globes are beautiful for weddings.

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Another take on hanging flowers is a sleek grouping of a single flower like these yellow tulips in an airy curtain to match your palette (check out the geometric arrangements on the table too!)

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Of course, a more lush arrangement hung higher at the very peak of a tent has an amazing impact as well, as demonstrated above.

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Another look we love is a grouping of flowers in miniature bud vases. It can be perfectly tailored and neat, in mismatched vases, or in mason jars for a rustic chic look – it’s really customizable and is a pretty alternative to doing the same thing on the table (or, if budget allows, do both!) We particularly love this look with bubble vases.

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