A botan­i­cal styleis when the pow­er and beau­ty of nature is on your side. This is when nat­ur­al col­ors and nat­ur­al mate­ri­als allow you to cre­ate an unusu­al­ly styl­ish hol­i­day at a low cost. It’s about ferns, leaves mon­sters and palm branch­es. Before you is not just an arti­cle with ideas for inspi­ra­tion from Chan­fash­ion in front of you is a real Guide to action!

Botan­i­cal inspi­ra­tion is per­fect for awith an empha­sis on organ­ic and tex­tured mate­ri­als.

Color spectrum

The high­light of the hol­i­day in the Botanist style is that the green­ery, which usu­al­ly plays the role of a back­ground and addi­tion, becomes the queen of the ball. She has no right to over­shad­ow bright flow­ers and col­ors. There­fore, the ide­al col­or scheme for the Botanist style is white, pis­ta­chio, sand.

Pale pink and light yel­low shades look beau­ti­ful. And of course, the col­or of nat­ur­al wood empha­sizes the beau­ty of green leaves in the best pos­si­ble way.

Anoth­er win­ning com­bi­na­tion: pale green, gray, pale blue. This com­bi­na­tion is asso­ci­at­ed with the sil­hou­ettes of trees against the back­drop of a cloudy sky: an airy and cool mood.

The use of light woods, creams, whites and light col­ors — in a word, a neu­tral col­or palette, allows you to focus on the nat­ur­al col­ors of green­ery.


Wed­ding invi­ta­tions are like the first signs of a hol­i­day. And how wrong are those who believe that they are need­ed only for the pur­pose of inform­ing loved ones (some­times dis­tant ones) about the date, time and place of the event. It is much eas­i­er to talk about it in a mes­sen­ger or dur­ing a phone call! Invi­ta­tions are need­ed to hint, intrigue and be kept as a mem­o­ry.

Beau­ti­ful invi­ta­tion cards are a pref­ace to your­day, look­ing at them, guests will wait for the hol­i­day with spe­cial trep­i­da­tion, antic­i­pat­ing its beau­ty.

Floristry: what plants to choose and how to combine them

To cre­ate wow-effectwhen dec­o­rat­ing awith green­ery, it is enough to adhere to the basic prin­ci­ple — to com­bine plants and leaves of dif­fer­ent sizes and types: arti­chokes, euca­lyp­tus, philo­den­dron, ivy, mon­stersferns, chrysan­the­mums, fan palms, green chrysan­the­mums and much more.

ferns — a stun­ning addi­tion to the­bou­quet, dec­o­rat­ing ban­quet tables and the aisle at an out­door cer­e­mo­ny, and even for dec­o­rat­ing acake.

Liana-like and climb­ing plants ide­al for cre­at­ing aarch or pho­to zone, with­out much effort you can weave a slid­er on a ban­quet table from them.

mon­stera leaves have extra­or­di­nary beau­ty and look so spec­tac­u­lar at thep­ar­ty!

philo­den­dron leaves come in com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent shapes and sizes — choose which look will fit into your decor in the best way!

Twigs of wil­low, olive, birch Due to their flex­i­bil­i­ty and ele­gance, they are excel­lent for cre­at­ing jew­el­ry of inter­est­ing shapes.for weav­ing wreaths and dec­o­rat­ing chairs, chan­de­liers.

Wedding Decoration: Tips and Secrets

Let’s tell you a lit­tle secret: the Botan­ic style is per­fect for brides who want to dec­o­rate the­iron their own and for those who want to save mon­ey. For­get about com­plex dec­o­ra­tive designs and expen­sive flow­ers. Fern leaves, wil­low twigs, field spikelets, reeds, rose hips, foliage of wild shrubs — you can col­lect decor for yourin nature out­side the city, in the coun­try or in the neigh­bor’s front gar­den! And what is espe­cial­ly pleas­ant: by cor­rect­ly com­bin­ing green­ery, glass, can­dles and porce­lain, you will get absolute­ly trendy and a very styl­ish hol­i­day. catch a few ideas from Chan­fash­ion !

  • If you are lucky enough to find a place to cel­e­brate with wood­en tables, for­get the table­cloths! The nat­ur­al col­or of wood and shades of green look the best togeth­er! If you real­ly want to, you can lay a nar­row rib­bon of fab­ric or lace in the cen­ter of each table.
  • If there are def­i­nite­ly table­cloths at your wed­ding, choose only nat­ur­al, rough fab­ric tex­tures: linen, cot­ton, bleached burlap. Plates: either white porce­lain or clear glass. Look how cool fern leaves look under a glass plate!
  • Not only bou­quets of green­ery in vas­es can dec­o­rate ban­quet tables, but also flow­er­pots with fresh flow­ers! Who does not have grand­moth­ers, aunts, god­par­ents or girl­friends with win­dow sills filled with flower pots? So that the vari­ety of plants does not visu­al­ly over­load the space, take care of the pots: pur­chase or make your own plain, iden­ti­cal cov­ers for flow­er­pots.
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choose a bouquet for the bride with white flowers and in soft peach tones

By the way, plant­i­ng seeds or seedlings in flow­er­pots is an unusu­al themed enter­tain­ment for guests! They can take their flow­er­pots home as a sou­venir.

  • There can be a lot of glass! Not nec­es­sar­i­ly vas­es and plates, you can inde­pen­dent­ly make an orig­i­nal decor for your­ban­quet. Ordi­nary jars — to trans­form into flo­rar­i­ums, and emp­ty bot­tles — into orig­i­nal can­dle­sticks. Noth­ing com­pli­cat­ed!
  • Do not dis­re­gard the ceil­ing and chan­de­liers. If you don’t have long branch­es in your arse­nal that can be hung like liv­ing gar­lands, do it your­self! Look how sim­ple and beau­ti­ful: use mini clothes­pins to attach leaves and twigs to the string!

The image of the bride

Love­ly, what a pret­ty bride at a botan­i­cal wed­ding! Tons of cos­met­ics and heavy lovers let oth­ers wait. Our bride loves nature and her­self, she is as nat­ur­al as pos­si­ble. Wed­ding dress — from light, flow­ing fab­rics. The embroi­dery or print with flo­ral motifs dec­o­rat­ing the top of the out­fit looks unusu­al­ly good. The col­or of the dress can be either white or ivorylight gray, pale pink.

Add bridal hair alive flow­ers or ele­gant dec­o­ra­tion — and your image of a beau­ti­ful bride at the Botan­i­calis com­plet­ed!

The bride’s bouquet

Your bou­quet can be with or with­out flow­ers! After all, fern leaves them­selves look cool. If flow­ers, then dim: chrysan­the­mums, tea ros­es, car­na­tions.


Botan­i­cal style­cake con­tin­ues the con­cept of nat­u­ral­ness and nat­u­ral­ness. Open cakes and foliage dec­o­ra­tion, if the mas­tic is then white and no extra details.

Absolute­ly gor­geous dessert in the art deco style!

Now answer just one ques­tion: how can you not like this style? Even if not com­plete­ly, but par­tial­ly, every bride can use it at her wed­ding. Still unde­cid­ed on the style and col­or palette? Then see our oth­er arti­cles from the Wed­ding Col­or and Style Sec­tion!

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We wish you an easy and pleas­ant prepa­ra­tion for the­and hol­i­day, in beau­ty and emo­tions incom­pa­ra­ble with any oth­er!