Moss, a flowerless plant that has become popular in recent years, embracing the ecological and economical benefits it has! We have seen it used in japanese gardens, terrariums, livings walls and even as decor for weddings & events.
Decorating your wedding with moss gives it a rustic, woodland look and feel. It is budget friendly, suits any season and long lasting. Discover our top 5 ideas on how you can incorporate moss into your wedding.
Simple, but very effective. If you are looking to have a rustic or outdoor wedding with trestle tables, this is a great way to decorate the tables!
Using carpet (sheet) moss, add along the tables whilst adding twinkling candles in votives alongside bottles / jam jars of fresh flowers.
Find our latest how to guide on how you can make your own moss table runner.
Moss covered letters for Sweetheart Table, and Gift or Seating Chart Table!
Table centres come in all shapes and sizes, using different containers and mediums. Instead of choosing a table runner, incorporate moss into the centre of a round table. Popular containers that work well with this theme are crates, jam jars, bottles, punch bowls and the list goes on.
Find the demonstration on how to create the arrangement below with our floral experts. Incorporating moss into a large vase and around the base to give an enchanted forest feel to a table centre. Find here
Wreaths aren’t just for Church or to adorn your door at Christmas, there are many diferent styles, especially ones to incorporate at a wedding using natural willow, moss and fresh flowers. Incorporate into a archway moongate, hanging from a ceiling, present your table plan on or create a photobooth backdrop!
Credit Lorraine Daley Photography
Inspired? Stay in tune this month (November) for more inspiration ideas on how you can incorporate moss into your floral designs, from weddings, special events to corporate installations.
You can also buy moss, fresh, dried and preserved on our website here.