Air plants are the perfect wedding plant. They are so versatile, and can be used in bouquets, tablescapes, boutonnieres, as favors, and much more! The best part: long after the festivities of the wedding day are over you can continue to enjoy their beauty as they grow and eventually bloom!
We've compiled some of our favorite inspiration for ways that you can incorporate air plants (Tillandsia) into your wedding bouquet. Air plants can work with any wedding style, whether it is vintage, boho, beachy, rustic, modern, DIY, edgy, or earthy! Here are some of our favorite air plant bouquets:
The Beach Wedding:
This large Tillandsia xerographica air plant pairs perfectly with the dark greenery and soft white florals in this beautiful bride’s bouquet
Photo: Hunter Ryan Photo
Florals: Elleson Events
The Rustic Wedding:
Pair smaller air plants with cotton, dried seed pods, crespedia, and hints of greenery tied up with twine or burlap, and you have a beautiful rustic DIY bouquet.
Photo: Brilliant Studios
Florals: Flowers by EA
The Vintage Wedding:
This bouquet is simple, with its two large xerographica air plants and a few florals amongst them, tied with a simple lace ribbon. A pretty juxtaposition between the plants and the vintage truck.
Photo: Sarah Kate, Photographer
Florals: Bows and Arrows
This bouquet is one of the most beautiful ones that we have seen! Amongst the fiddlehead ferns, thistles, dusty miller, and berries, sits a very majestic xerographica air plant. Swoon.
Photo: Katie Osgood
Florals: Sprout Home
The Winter Elopement:
Who says you can’t have a bouquet when you elope? This bouquet, with cotton, dried berries, and a whimsical xerographica, beautifully complimented the boho style of the bride and the stark Icelandic landscape where the couple eloped. Perfection.
P.S. The xerographica is a perfect plant for bouquets when
you are traveling, because it won’t wilt in transit!
Photo: Danfredo Photos + Films
The Modern Wedding:
This loose asymmetrical bouquet made of a xerographica, purple dahlia, scabiosa pods, a succulent, and jasmine vine, was just the right amount of desert in this modern meets desert wedding.
Florals: Artichokes and Pomegranates
The Romantic Boho Wedding
This beautiful bouquet with its large protea and xerographica, cotton pods, thistles, and eucalyptus branches makes for a swoon worthy bouquet! I love this asymmetrical bouquet!
The Edgy Green Wedding:
With their tones of greens and teal, these beautiful bouquets full of textural florals, air plants, thistle, succulents + trailing jasmine are perfect for this edgy green wedding.
Will you incorporate these beautiful quirky air plants into your wedding bouquet?