Image via Sugar & Cloth

Although I’ve promised myself a break from wedding planning for a little while, I can’t help but find myself perusing Pinterest for ideas here and there. Both myself and Mr T are outdoorsy type people, we love nature and in the summer try to spend as much time in our garden as possible, which is why for Valentines day this year Mr T took me to a garden center for the day! You might think that sounds kinda boring but we loved it and it’s why I fell in love with the idea of getting married in a greenhouse, surrounded by plants and foliage. Since then, I’ve been looking around for some inspiration and I needed somewhere to list all my favorites and where better to share it, than here with you guys.

Tropical Garden Party: I have been so obsessed with everything tropical this year which is probably why I love everything about this fruity greenhouse party. Paired with this pretty location in Houston it’s not surprising that this it is up there as my dream wedding location and setup! If anyone knows of anywhere like this, here in the UK, hit me up!

Image by Youri Claessens via Wedding Chicks

Greenhouse Wedding with Tons of Color: With summer all but a distant memory there’s no better way to clear those winter blues than with a wedding day bursting with color. This greenhouse wedding inspiration was shot in the Netherlands and features blooming florals and a soft shimmering light that will take you back to those days of summer.


Image by Vanessa Boy Photography via Green Wedding Shoes

Modern + Colorful Glasshouse Inspiration: OK so it’s not strictly a greenhouse but it could be and as we like to bend the rules around here, and because it’s so damn colorful, I couldn’t resist sharing it with you!

Image by Steve Cowell Photo via Style Me Pretty

Modern Chic San Francisco Wedding: As you can see from these images, the Conservatory of flowers is a captivating venue! This blank canvas provides the perfect backdrop for creative couples and really is one of San Francisco’s most iconic gems.

Image via Luna De Mare Photography via Ruffled

Greenhouse Romance: Located in Santa Barbara, this stunning greenhouse is the perfect inspiration for an elegant outdoor wedding.

Image by Pie Shoppe via Green Wedding Shoes

New Mexico Desert Conservatory Wedding Inspiration: Not strictly a greenhouse but very similar, this conservatory in Albuquerque would be great for any couple with a fondness of cacti.

Image by Kivalo Photography via Green Wedding Shoes

Science Meets Botanical Wedding Inspiration: The science themed shoot is part quirky, part rustic elegance which makes it the perfect fit for this botanical farm in Maine.

Image by The Visual Partners via Inspired By This

Botanical Wedding in Barcelona: This beautiful wedding in Barcelona is overflowing with lush greenery, ivy covered walls, floors surrounded in succulents and ceilings strung with fairy lights, could this place be anymore magical!


Image by Babb Photo via Boho Weddings

London Greenhouse & Pub Wedding: Clifton Nurseries is up there on my list of places I would love to get married, surrounded by plants and foliage, it’s not surprising that this intimate London venue is a popular one with couples looking for something a bit more unique.

Image by Redfield Photography via Ruffled

Romantic Philadelphia Horticulture Wedding: Greenhouse weddings aren’t just for summer as this vibrant winter wedding proves. With deep jewel tones, geometric shapes and brightly colored floral displays this Philadelphia venue is dressed perfectly for the season.

Image by Maria Lamb via Hey Wedding Lady

Watercolor & Gemstone Wedding: This enchanting indoor garden venue in Seattle provided this couple with a unique and intimate ceremony space perfect for a heartfelt wedding day.

Image by Jessica Cooper Photography via MOD Wedding

Organic Floral Philadelphia Wedding: Everything about this shoot is so romantic and natural, the styling really compliments this greenhouse venue in Philadelphia.




If you love flowers as much as I do then you’re going to go WILD when you see today’s botanical bridal shower shoot! It’s all kinds of gorgeous with a big emphasis on fashion! So much so that all of the models you see here are beautiful fashion bloggers who were told to wear their most glamorous floral frocks! I really love the idea of asking your girls to wear something floral to your bridal shower to quickly enhance a flower filled theme!

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I am an avid nature lover, so whenever I see shoots like this, I just have to share them with you! Today’s shoot is very much inspired by natural splendour, with botanical themed stationery, luxurious greenery for decor and succulent berries and fruits.

Handmade precious stone wedding rings



Pretty DIY Envelope Table plan with free printable floral envelope liners

Hello!!! Teri here from The Lovely Drawer! Why not try this DIY envelope table plan with free printable envelope liners. You can mix and match or if you think all four colours are a bit too crazy for your wedding you can always choose one colour design and repeat to your heart’s content. Inspired by botanical florals, these liners are up to date and yet still pretty and feminine and the best part is, the whole thing really is easy to make! You’ll need…

Thick white card/ foam board / wood panel// Envelopes x the number of tables for your wedding meal// Botanical envelope liners printed onto quality paper in blue, lilac, turquoise & yellow// White card / paper// Scissors / scalpel// Blue tack// Ruler// Pencil// All purpose glue / double sided tape// Twine// Gold vinyl number stickers//

Pretty DIY Envelope Table plan with free printable floral envelope liners

Step 1: Cut out your envelope liners following the guides marked.

Step 2: Slot into the envelopes and position. Then glue or stick with double sided tape the back of the flap to the inside of the envelope.

Pretty DIY Envelope Table plan with free printable floral envelope liners

Step 3: Lay the envelopes out on the whiteboard to see what order you want them in and then stick your number stickers to the bottom of each so that the number and envelope liner are front facing.

Pretty DIY Envelope Table plan with free printable floral envelope liners

Step 4: Stick each envelope to the board with glue or double sided tape. You may want to measure equally in from the sides and between each envelope to make sure the layout is even. Mark these out faintly with a pencil.