Wedding Decor & Flowers

  • For instant "wow" factor, add unexpected elements such as fern curls, scabosa pods, silver brunia balls or more into your bouquet.

  • While we love scoping out all of the innovative floral designs that are out there, there is something to be said for a monochromatic ivory bouquet.

  • If you want your wedding to feel festive and fun, then a vibrantly-colored bouquet is a natural choice. We're seeing an explosion of hot pinks and oranges, with multicolor arrangements reserved for the most daring brides.

  • Since bouquets are worn close to the heart, some brides take a sentimental approach by incorporating photos of lost loved ones, their parents' wedding rings or other meaningful mementos.

  • Celebrity designer Colin Cowie offers insider tips on creating elegant, affordable floral décor.

  • Whenever anyone thinks of weddings, they usually envision a day filled with flowers — from the bouquets and boutonnieres to the ceremony and reception décor

  • Welcome to our latest installment of "Ask the Experts," where our contributor team of wedding planners solves readers' most pressing wedding-planning dilemmas

  • We know you can't get enough of this timeless, handmade approach to wedding style. Here, brilliant ideas and tips.

  • Celebrity event designer Preston Bailey pulls out all the stops for a lavish Las Vegas celebration.

  • Adapted from Rustic Chic Wedding: 55 Projects for Crafting Your Own Wedding Style.