Dried lavender can be a beautiful and fragrant addition to any wedding.
Here are some creative ways to use bunched dried lavender in your wedding:
Bouquets and Centerpieces
Dried lavender can be used to create unique and fragrant bouquets and centerpieces. You can mix it with other dried flowers like baby's breath, eucalyptus, and wheat to create a rustic and bohemian feel. Dried lavender is especially great for outdoor weddings as it can help repel insects naturally.
Dried lavender can be a thoughtful and practical wedding favor for your guests. You can tie small bundles of dried lavender with twine or ribbon and place them at each table setting or in a basket for guests to take home. Your guests can use the dried lavender as potpourri or to freshen up their closets and drawers.
Lavender can be used to line the aisle or decorate the chairs at your wedding ceremony. You can tie small bundles of dried lavender to the chairs with ribbon or twine, or place them in jars along the aisle. The scent of the lavender will add a calming and romantic ambiance to your wedding ceremony.
Confetti instead of traditional confetti
You can use dried lavender as a natural and eco-friendly alternative. You can create small sachets of dried lavender for guests to throw at the end of the ceremony or use loose bunched lavender petals for a more rustic look.
Boutonnieres and Corsages
Dried lavender can also be used to create unique boutonnieres and corsages for the wedding party. You can mix the dried lavender with other dried flowers and herbs like rosemary and thyme to create a fragrant and natural accessory.
Dried lavender can be a versatile and beautiful addition to any wedding. Whether you use it in bouquets and centerpieces, as wedding favors, or to line the aisle, dried lavender will add a touch of natural beauty and fragrance to your special day.
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