To me, wreaths used to be synonymous with Christmas and I find those evergreen arrangements with the red berries absolutely gorgeous! I did however (only recently!) discover that wreaths can look just a stunning, if not more stunning, when used at weddings! And seeing as they are such an "impact-piece" you won't need many of them to create that wow-effect you're after.
They would work so well on the doors to your chapel, or your reception area and may be the first peek your guests get of your wedding flowers, your theme and your chosen wedding colours. Smaller wreaths can also be placed on the pews..or, as in the picture above, you can use them as signs for your "Bride" and "Groom" reception seats...I've seen them used as centre-pieces of reception tables, and of course many brides are wearing small floral wreaths as bridal-crowns..the possibilities are endless :-)
Image credits: firstwedd.com, southernweddings.com, brides.com, ahandcraftedwedding.com, blog.nyiad.edu, pinterest.com, vesadresses.com, elegala.com, maureendupreez.com, bridalhotlist.com, wedbook. com
Elmari Coetzee from Johannesburg, South Africa - inspired and excited by the "gorgeousness" of weddings and the joy it creates. As the owner of the Blissfully Bridal boutique she loves helping brides find THE dress!