Code: ZEBRA
Today Only
Get 5% off, orders of $100 or more!
Ends Fri. 06/13/14 at 12:00am PDT
Enter code ZEBRA at checkout for 5% Off orders over $100

Offer ends Friday 06/13/2014 at 12:00am PDT. Promotional discounts are only valid at the time of purchase, must be applied at checkout, and cannot be combined with any other offers. Promotions are not valid for wholesale orders. Discounts apply to merchandise only and do not apply to shipping, fees, taxes or other non-merchandise charges. No minimums applies to merchandise total; individual products may still require minimum unit purchase.

Questions? Call Us
Domestic:
888.98.KOYAL
International:
1.714.459.6066
Phone:
Mon - Fri: 9AM - 5PM PST
Chat:
Mon - Fri: 8AM - 5PM PST
 
 

The Daily Design™ by Koyal Wholesale®

How to Use Moss in Wedding Decorations & Centerpieces

  • Pin It

There’s something about a nature inspired wedding that makes us simply swoon. The rich green colors and the fresh flowers make a beautiful backdrop to exchange vows. Whether it’s an eco-friendly wedding or a lovebirds theme, the beautiful combination of growing greenery and rustic charm make for great wedding decorations. Which brings us to today’s absolutely awesome trend: moss. It sounds messy and complicated but there is something to the beautiful green plant that is really growing on us.

You can transform almost any decoration into a growing piece of art using moss. With a dab of glue you can create an outdoor garden for your wedding reception table. Wooden block letters can be covered in moss, centerpieces can be filled with decorative moss balls, and driftwood can be accented with moss driftwood branches. Create the ultimate nature inspired centerpiece by combining driftwood, moss and wildflowers for over the top greenery.

{Photo Source: Once Wed, Style Me Pretty, Christina Moreno, Lowes, Decorative Moss Ball from Koyal Wholesale, Ordy and Joon, Preston Bailey, Decorative Moss from Koyal Wholesale}

As a plus, decorative moss can last for years, so you can incorporate your wedding décor into your home décor. Small garden vases filled with moss can be small growing wedding favors for your guests to take home. Guests will be able to enjoy the wedding favors for years to come, especially if you use decorative glass vases. Another great moss wedding favor: picture frames. Decorate place card frames with moss for an escort card table that will have your guests green with envy. If the thought of gluing two hundred photo frames makes you a little queasy, stick with something simple: an escort card table lined with moss. Then add a personalized place card tag for each guest. The unique presentation will match your driftwood centerpieces and create a uniform theme.

Just in time for spring, these green wedding ideas are only some of our favorite hot new trends for 2012 weddings. Moss, burlap and glitter are really making a mark on the wedding industry with DIY brides looking to create their own DIY wedding projects. If you have more ideas for how to decorate with moss, let us know on our Facebook page!