Ridiculously Stunning Ways to Utilize Dried Palm Leaves at Your Wedding

Palm Leaves

While it might be difficult to get over pampas grass, one of the biggest wedding décor trends in recent years, it is time to move your attention toward another huge trend – dried palm leaves. People across the globe are getting behind this trend because palm leaves are extremely versatile. You can use them as big statement pieces or create unique shapes and designs by cutting them.

Palm leaves make the perfect addition to any beach or tropical-themed weddings, and florists today use them in the dried form. Once dried, palm leaves take on a unique personality. They can be used for your romantic, modern, rustic, maximalist or minimalist wedding and make your D-day stand apart.

Are you ready to make your guests gasp out of wonderment? Here are a few ideas to use dried palm leaves for your upcoming wedding.

  1. The wedding photo booth

Let’s be honest. The photo booth is where you’ll find most of your guests hanging out and clicking gorgeous pictures of themselves. So, the backdrop must be perfect. You wouldn’t want your wedding pictures to be anything less than amazing.

You can create a trendy photo booth using dried palm leaves, pampas grass and even dried flowers. You can even place a chic sofa for a laid-back vibe.

  1. Bridal bouquet

Dried palm leaves can be cut down and made into several shapes to create a bridal bouquet. You can even include dried leaves and flowers to bring the bouquet alive. Add a dash of color by adding vibrantly colored sola flowers. No matter how many flowers or leaves you to add, the bouquet will be lightweight as all the florals and leaves are in their dried form. You don’t have to worry about the weight, but who will be the lucky one to catch it when you throw.

  1. Hanging floral installations

One of the best ways to use dried palm leaves is by hanging them from the ceiling, or they can be installed overhead the dining tables for a whimsical, dreamy appearance. The installation can be a combination of dried palm leaves, vibrant fresh blooms and even deco balls. Sola wood flowers can also be used because they’re available in various colors and are extremely lightweight. When you hang them from the ceiling, they can become a statement piece. Your guests cannot help themselves but admire the amazing combination of grasses and dried leaves.

Once your wedding is over, the decorations can be used to spruce up your home. Dried palm leaves and flowers can be easily reused, and you can even store them for any upcoming celebrations like birthdays or anniversaries.

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  1. The wedding backdrop

There’s no need to spend a lot of money creating a wedding backdrop when you can get wholesale dried palm leaves. Dried palms give out a rustic, romantic and whimsical vibe and using them can make your altar look incredibly chic and cozy. You can create a simple circle using dried palm leaves and flowers or create an arch and complete the decor with a plush carpet. You may even make a half arch. Such a background looks great in both indoor and outdoor weddings.

  1. The invitation cards and stationery

If you’re planning to send out invitation cards, you can use dried palm leaves to create unique cards. It can reflect the overall theme of your wedding and exude vintage romance.

  1. Decorate a stately tree

Want to get hitched in front of a stately tree? You can decorate the tree using palm leaves, white blooms, flowing garlands of baby’s wreaths, pampas grass and more. The floral decoration will remain sympathetic to the amazing outdoor venue and natural landscape.

  1. Romantic and dreamy table runners

A neutral color palette doesn’t have to be monotonous or boring. You can add splashes of color in the form of pinks, greens, oranges and reds. For instance, impress your guests with romantic table runners that incorporate a combination of dried sun palms, dusty roses, a captivating mix of orchids and white anthurium. The vibe will be effortless with a slight touch of boho-chic.

  1. The wedding cake

While keeping your wedding cake white, you can add a dramatic flair using vintage dried palm leaves. The cake can be two or three-tiered, and the palm leaves can create a floating effect. Incorporating it into the wedding cake is one of the most subtle ways of using dried palm leaves. 

  1. Use it as a chair decoration

The dried florals can be used to decorate the chairs at your wedding venue. Whether you are getting married on a beach or overlooking a small hill, the simple colors and monochromatic tone of dried palm leaves suit all kinds of venues. The leaves can even be painted according to your color preference.

Additionally, you can use palm leaves in the overall wedding decor. It can be placed as a centerpiece or in the entryway. You can even create bouquets for your bridesmaids using dried flowersand palm leaves. The seats and tables can be decorated with beautiful installations, and even your wedding dress can have a bit of rustic theme with palm leaves stitched to it.

If you are a big fan of dried flowers and palm leaves, you can create candles out of them and use them as your wedding decor. Once your wedding is over, you can recycle the dried florals and create wall decorations for your home or do something creative with them to give them to your friends as gifts. Since the dried florals are so versatile, you are only limited by your imagination.

Wrapping up

So, if you are gearing up for your wedding and want to do something different, you can adopt the trend of dried flowers and palm leaves. They’re not too expensive because they’re cheaper than fresh blooms and don’t need much maintenance. You don’t have to worry about spraying water on them or giving them enough sunlight.

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About the Author: Barry Lachey

Barry Lachey is a Professional Editor at Zobuz. Previously He has also worked for Moxly Sports and Network Resources "Joe Joe." he is a graduate of the Kings College at the University of Thames Valley London. You can reach Barry via email or by phone.