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Three Beautiful, Unexpected Ways to Work Dried Flowers Into Your Wedding
Hanging Floral Installation Made of Dried Pink Flowers
Photo: Ryan Liebe

Love Is in the Air

Talk about a double-duty idea: The cloudburst seen above can hover overhead at your rehearsal dinner, then drift above the head table or bar the next day. This masterpiece of a centerpiece hangs from heavy-duty fishing line. A few loose fern tendrils make it extra-ethereal.

Bride Holding Colorful Bouquet with Dried Flowers

Photo: Lennart Weibull

Pure Prairie

Dried sprigs of Italian ruscus and fluffy bunny tails are your “something blue” in this show-stopping bouquet. For a supernatural effect, style director Naomi deMañana added fresh ‘Caffe Latte’ roses, pale-yellow Japanese anemones, and a barely-there halo of explosion grass.

Wax Seals on Wedding Invitations with Dried Flowers

Photo: Ryan Liebe

Let’s Stick Together

Special delivery! Invitees will experience love at first sight when they see these on-point dried-botanical seals. After stuffing your envelopes and closing them, place a piece of foliage (we chose peach-painted asparagus fern) on each tip. Cover it with a dime-size amount of hot glue, and let it stand for about 30 seconds (so it’s just tacky), then lightly press with a plain wax-seal stamp (or one featuring your monogram). The glue turns translucent as it cools, letting the leaf show through.

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Content and images: Martha Stewart Weddings written by Claire Sullivan
Featured image: Ryan Liebe

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