6 DIY Dried Flower Wedding Decoration Ideas for Every Wedding Style

6 DIY Dried Flower Wedding Decoration Ideas for Every Wedding Style

It appears that not hiring a wedding planner or day-of coordinator is equivalent to matrimonial malice these days, but this couldn't be further from the truth, especially given the abundance of DIY wedding decorations available.

If you're looking for a creative way to bring some life to your wedding decor, consider using dried flowers. Whether you're opting for classic vases of dried roses or something more whimsical like Dried Grasses and Preserved Foliage, there are plenty of DIY flower decorations ideas out there that you can try.

Dried Ammobium


You can also mix and match different types of flowers to find the look that's perfect for your wedding. And don't worry, inexperienced couples: every option on our list is a doable DIY project that doesn't necessitate a lot of time or effort.

We're talking about inexpensive flower arrangements, flower baskets, and flower backdrop so you can take control of the wedding décor without spending a fortune.


Here are our 6 favorite DIY Dried Flower Wedding Decoration ideas.

Create Your Own Bridal Bouquet

Bouquet arrangements should come from the heart and reflect who you are as a person, thus they should be simple to put together on your own. 

To make your own mix, choose dried flowers such as Dried Posy, Baby’s Breath, Spray Rosies; preserved foliage such as Ruscus, Eucalyptus, Royal Fern; and finally Dried Pampas to add some texture. 

dried flower bouquet


Wrap the base in ribbon or leave long trails of cloth as a final touch to create a little fluidity. A piece of lace or a bit of fabric from your grandmother's wedding gown can also be emotional. Pins, an antique brooch, or a significant memento can be used to keep it in place.

Dried Flower Crowns

It's so simple that even a child could do it! Plait a few floral crowns for your bridal party or miniature attendants to refresh those well-nurtured crown-weaving abilities from your youth. 

There's no need to get too fancy; a simple Dried Helichrysum chain is oh-so-adorable. 

Dried Helichrysum

For a fuller look, try Dried Gypsophila, Preserved Ruscus, or Lagurus Grass. Bunny tails are particularly appealing to us because of their rustic charm and young purity.


Floral Baskets

We can't get enough of baskets as wedding décor, not only because of their rustic charm, but also because of their practicality. Use them as vessels to be carried by your flower girls, to house wedding favors, to be filled with stationery, to gather floral centerpieces, or to hold comfortable accessories for your guests. 


dried flower basket

Make a backdrop for the ceremony.

 While we believe that nature is the best—and most cost-effective (it's already included in the venue fee)—option for ceremony backdrops, we also recognize that your altar may require a little more oomph. 

dried flower backdrop


Create a frame for your perfect photograph for the vow exchange using dried flowers, foliage, Dried Wreaths, candles, metal lanterns, or perhaps Peacock Feathers

Another option is to create an asymmetric desert-inspired frame made of dried palms, pink pampas grass, and foraged local flowers is stunning.


Aisle Décor

 When most people think of aisle décor, they imagine floral runners weaving their way down the sides, but the same effect may be produced with significantly less effort. 


dried flower aisle


To achieve the same lush impression, tie clusters of Dried Rodanthe or Dried Ixodia to the sides of the first seats. This way you can achieve a celebrity-style Aisle that too under a budget!


Make a floral backdrop for your photo booth.

While flower walls are undeniably beautiful focal pieces, they also come with a significant price tag. A garden-inspired backdrop, on the other hand, is an uncanny DIY option. 

dried flower backdrop


You can select a wall or get a wooden canvas and embellish it with individual flowers, wreaths and foliage or perhaps in bunches for a fuller effect. Fill the entire board with foraged blossoms and greens for a less deconstructed look. Dried Eucalyptus, Dried Gomphrena, Kaaps Flowers, etc are some great choices for this DIY.



Dried flowers are a great way to create DIY wedding decor while also helping to save money. Not only are they affordable, but they also add a touch of rustic charm to any event. 

If you're looking for a way to add some personality to your wedding without breaking the bank, our Online Flower Shop is the perfect solution for you. We offer a wide variety of Dried Flowers, Dried Palms, Dried Pampas Grass, Decor Items and more at wholesale prices in the UK. Please contact our team for bulk inquiries.