16 Unique Floral Installations for Your Wedding Day

Flowers have always been synonymous with weddings, so why not take them to the next level with one of these unique wedding floral installations? We’ve compiled a selection of our favorite ideas to make a stunning statement on your special day. So whether you’re choosing a soft and feminine ambience, a minimally modern style, or luxurious and elegant, there’s something to suit every wedding style. From tropical backdrops and neon blooms to hanging floral clouds and boho ceremony arches… you can truly transform your venue!

Discover beautiful ways to decorate your special day and impress your guests with these unique wedding floral installations.

1. Pops of Pink

Pink is an all-time favorite for many brides. It’s an easy color to match with different themes and you’ll find a variety of flowers in this classic wedding color. Use blush pink and white for a romantic and feminine feel. Or make your floral installation extra bold with a dramatic pink flower wall.

Photography: Rebecca Carpenter Photography & Nataly J Photography | Design & Styling: Pink Palms Events | Florals: Bud Flora | Furniture: The Little Wedding Warehouse
unique flower installations for weddings
Photography: Mel from Spell | Florals: Nikau Flowerbar | Design: Lucy in the Sky
pink floral installations
Photography: Josh & Dana Fernandez | Florals: Mibellarosa | Wedding Dress: Sachin & Babi

2. Ombre Design

Draw your guests’ eyes to your unique floral installation with an ombre statement. You can use the same flower in different colors for a uniform look or use different flowers for an alternative aesthetic. It’s a great way to include more colors in your wedding decoration.

unique floral installations
Photography: Aurelia Baca Photography | Design & Styling: Shootout Society | Planning: Xo Moreau Weddings | Florals: The Good Seed Florals
ombre floral installation
Photography: Stetten Wilson Photography | Design & Planning: Amorology | Florals: Native Poppy 
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Photography: Briawna Mejer

3. Soft and Subtle

if you’re planning a neutral or minimal theme for your wedding day, then opt for soft and low-key wedding flower installations. You can still be unique while keeping in line with your theme. Choose neutral tones and one type of flower with some greenery for a subtle statement.

white floral installations
Photography: Emvision Photography | Design: The Copper Quail | Florals: Blue Thistle
simple wedding floral installations
Photography: Vasia Photography
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Photography: Franklyn K | Floral Design: Floraison

4. Majestic Overhead Florals

Impress your guests with a majestic floral installation. Hang it above the dance floor as the perfect way to draw your guests into the party. They won’t be able to stop gazing up in awe. You can even match it to different themes. For example, choose a garden aesthetic with greenery and wildflowers for a rustic wedding, or oversized opulent blooms for a luxurious theme.

dance floor floral installation
Photography: Sarah Kate Photography
oversized floral installations
Photography: M2 Photography

5. Tropical Vibes

Make your guests feel as though they’ve been whisked away to an exotic island with a tropical backdrop. It’s ideal for a beach or destination wedding. Use lush tropical flowers and leaves for a beautifully unique installation.

tropical floral installation
Photography: White Diamond Photo | Planning: Four Nineteen Weddings | Florals: Stylos & Flores
Photography: Duo Borgatto | Florals: Congregabahia
tropical floral installation
Photorgaphy: Logan Cole | Planning: Fawn Events | Florals: Joy of Bloom Florals

6. Monochrome Hanging Flowers

Another idea for wedding floral installations that are toned down yet creative is a monochrome flower cloud. Use one color that matches your decoration and hang it above your reception tables. It’s a great way to create an installation that surprises your guests without taking too much attention from other decor aspects.

wedding floral installations
Photography: Geneoh
purple wedding floral installations
Photography: Eric Kelley

7. Neon Floral Installation

Contrast your florals with industrial modernity by going for an installation with a neon sign. You can select beautiful calligraphy to complement the romance of your flowers. It’s also a fun and playful way to show your personality. You can even use it to direct your guests into your venue or as a photo backdrop.

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Photography: Alissa Noelle
Photography: Emma Hopp Photography
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Photography: Hikari

8. Rustic Neutrals

Create a gorgeous rustic floral installation for a cozy, natural and relaxed atmosphere on your special day. You can keep it simple with neutral tones and white. Or choose an elevated installation with oversized blooms or pops of color to charm your guests.

Photography: Elodie Winter | Florals: Capucine Floral Atelier
rustic flower wall
Photography: Julia Winkler
rustic wedding installations
Photography: Paige Nelson

9. Color Explosion

The beauty of flowers is that you can use any color to make a unique installation. Use bright and bold tones, or contrasting colors to create your special feature. Mix and match flowers for a striking flower wall that your guests can use for their selfies. Or create an arch to draw attention to you and your partner during your ceremony.

Photography: Margherita Calati | Design & Planning: Benevent Planner | Florals: Evelina Florence | Venue: Lido di Lenno
wedding floral installations
Photography: Jessica Grazia Mangia
Photography: The Commoneer | Design & Styling: Cara and Will and FLWR Events | Florals: FLWR Shop

10. Flower Curtain Arch

For a unique yet dainty touch go for a flower curtain. Hang flowers on a string from an arch. This is perfect for brides looking for something small yet charming. It’s a pretty feature that your guests are bound to love! This DIY feature is a perfect addition to an informal or intimate wedding.

unique floral wedding installations
Photography: Cork Creative | Floral Design: Terra Bella Event Florals
unique wedding florals
Photography: Austyn Elizabeth

11. Pretty Pastels

If you’re looking for flower installations to include in your spring wedding then this one is for you! The dreamy color scheme gives a delicate and feminine air to your decoration. Also, the bright and airy tones are wonderfully inviting and will instantly put your guests in the mood to celebrate!

Photography: Mary Costa Photography | Design & Planning: Heartthrob Weddings and Events | Florals: Whit Hazen
pastel pink wedding flowers
Photography: Jasmin Lee

12. Pampas

Pampas started off as a wedding trend, but its popularity shows that it’s here to stay! This soft, wispy and whimsical aesthetic lends itself beautifully to so many types of weddings. So whether you’re planning a minimal, modern, boho or even glamorous wedding, pampas can truly enhance your space. It can even be used by itself to create a striking installation or be interspersed with other classic flowers.

Photography: Sweetbella Decoration | Planning: Glow Planner
wedding pampas ideas
Photography: Meaghan Brianne

13. Florals & Quotes

Make your floral installation extra unique and personal with a special quote. Think of something that is important for you and your partner and display it for your friends and family to remember. It makes for a perfect photo op too!

quote floral installations
Photography: Tec Petaja
wedding floral installations
Photography: Dragonfly

14. Draping Florals

Give the illusion of flowers growing wildly around your venue by draping florals around walls and overflowing down to the floor. If you’re celebrating an outdoor wedding make the most of large trees too. This idea is perfect for a rustic wedding, garden wedding, or indoor/outdoor mix. Your guests will love this undone aesthetic!

unique flower installations
Photography: Heather Waraksa | Design & Planning: BK Events | Florals: Of The Flowers
Photography: Kismet Visuals & Co. | Design & Planning: Events Held Dear | Florals: Evergreen Flower Co.

15. Something Blue

Make your wedding floral installations your something blue. This color is perfect for any time of year too! You can use soft and pastel blues matched with blush pinks in spring, navy and white for a nautical-themed summer wedding, golden burnt orange tones in fall, or jewel-toned florals in winter.

Photography: Bottega53 | Videography: Merak Studio | Design & Planning: Iles Events | Florals: Anna Gayduk
blue wedding floral installations
Photography: Aziz Studios

16. Hanging Greenery

Keep your installation modern and minimal with suspended wreaths. Greenery is a subtle way to make a statement while still having your installation blend in with your other wedding decoration. You can add florals that match your minimal theme such as white tulips or roses. Or add small pops of colorful flowers.

hanging greenery wreaths
Photography: Carley Rudd
wedding floral installations
Photography: Love Me Do | Floral Design: Maura Rose Events

Now that you’ve found your unique wedding floral installation, it’s time to look for inspiration for the rest of your wedding decoration. Head over to WedBoard for more ideas to make your special day memorable. You’ll find ideas and advice for all aspects of decoration and planning such as 32 Colorful Wedding Decor Ideas, 28 Gorgeous Tall Wedding Centerpieces, and 25 Stunning Fairy Lights Wedding Reception Ideas.

Featured image: Jana Williams

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