Well friends, we’ve made it to our last wedding trend of the week. You can catch the other two trends here and here. It has been fun reimagining how to use these trends in your own party. Today’s potted plant trend is another that will be pretty easy to incorporate into any home party.
After researching several large wedding websites and figuring out the biggest wedding trends of 2018, I narrowed it down to lucite, saturated colors and today’s potted plant trend. Now I’ll give you some inspiration and ways to incorporate it into whatever kind of party you’ll be having this year.
Potted Plant Wedding Trend Inspiration
Lining a walkway, like a wedding aisle, is a huge way the potted plant trend is being done at weddings.
Another way it’s being done at weddings is by putting potted plants on tables as centerpieces and table decor.
And lastly, living backdrops for ceremonies, photobooths, and wedding decor make a big statement at any wedding. This succulent backdrop is really impressive. I’m mostly impressed that the bride grew almost all of the succulents herself!
How to Incorporate Potted Plants into Your Home Party
It’s pretty easy to use this trend throughout your home party if you already have potted plants around your house. All you may have to do is move some things around.
If you want to recreate the potted plant trend as a centerpiece, this diy from Magnolia is super easy to follow. I mean Joanna Gaines can basically do no wrong, right? I also love how the candle is in the middle to bring a little more ambiance to your tablescape.
Now if you want to recreate the look of having a living backdrop but can’t make a huge wall of plants, I totally understand. Most houses don’t have space for something like that. Give one of these options a try to do it on a smaller scale.
I love how rustic these options are and that you would only have to grow a few plants instead of an entire wall of them. Put them near your kitchen and grow herbs for easy access to any recipe you might be creating. These pieces would also make great decor for your patio or house after the party is over too.
And lastly, instead of lining an aisle at a wedding ceremony, use potted plants to line a walkway up to your party. This could be along your sidewalk, or through the backyard to get to the main party space.
I love how coastal and inviting this front porch looks. Who wouldn’t want to go to a party at this house?
That wraps up this week’s wedding trend series. Did you get any inspiration from the trends to use at your next party? I’d love to see how you incorporate these trends, so be sure to tag me on Instagram or Facebook with your party photos!
I hope you all have a great weekend and have something fun to celebrate!