12 Overgrown Aisles To Inspire Your Ceremony Setting

May 12, 2023
12 Overgrown Aisles To Inspire Your Ceremony Setting

Are you dreaming of an idyllic ceremony setting that will transport guests from their everyday lives to a romantic alfresco atmosphere? From sprawling wildflowers to cascading greenery, overgrown floral aisles are at the forefront of design trends and can add an ethereal element that you’ll carry in your heart forever. To help inspire your wedding planning journey, we have rounded up 12 stunning floral-focused ceremony ideas that will absolutely elevate your nuptials.


We can’t help but swoon over this purple and blue floral-filled fête with enormous pom-pom-like flowers that have taken center stage. Second to the bride, of course. As spring changes to summer Alliums are sure to leave an unforgettable impression on anyone who beholds it.

Florals by Layers of Lovely

Photo by Carrie King Photography


Overflowing with textures that make any fairytale come true, these blooming beauties don’t feel stuffy or formal. In fact, their organic and no-fuss vibe creates an ambiance of whimsy romance. See more of this open air mountainside wedding in our National V8 Magazine

Florals by Carpe Diem Design

Photo by Jake Anderson Photography


Despite their East Coast roots, Jacqueline and John leaned into the Rockies’ wildly stunning yet rugged territory through an earthy arrangement of florals inspired by mountainside wild flowers. Gorgeous and high textured this display is the epitome of natural beauty. You can find this real-life Vail wedding in our Colorado Spring/Summer Magazine

Florals by Bello & Blue Events

Photo by Kaylea Moreno Photo


Lauren and Eric understood the assignment. A show-stopping raised mirror aisle flanked with enchanting florals in sensual gray and lavender hues set the tone for a truly magical and modern ceremony in Denver. See more of their opulent wedding in our National V8 Magazine

Florals by Maxit Flower Design

Photo by James & Schulze


This is your sign to tie the knot on a family-owned cattle ranch among muted splashes of color and textural florals. See more of this real wedding with blooming shades of pink, lavender, and peach in our 2023 Wyoming Magazine 

Florals by Lily & Co.

Photo by Miranda Florer


When it rains… bring the ceremony inside! Maggie and Brady’s towering Teton backed river ceremony suddenly changed to an intimate ceremony under a canvas pole tent filled with glistening grasses and a babbling brook lined with an abundance of fragrant wildflowers. You can find this real-life wedding in our 2023 Wyoming Magazine.  

Florals by Mindy Rice Design

Photo by Carrie Patterson Photography


Give us more oceanside “I do’s” infused with a European garden party aesthetic. Everything about this beach ceremony has us excited for warm weather and summer soirées. Miranda and Max’s wedding day can be seen in our Canada Spring/Summer Magazine

Florals by Wild Floret

Photo by Mason Neufeld Photography


Boho vibes meets Bali meets Wild West style. Sarah and Zac stuck to a color scheme of mauve and deep red with nods to the American frontier while incorporating an eclectic hippie twist that offered a stunning glimpse into who the free-spirited couple are at heart. See more of this jaw-dropping Wyoming wedding at Spring Creek Ranch in our National V8 Magazine

Florals by Wandering Poppy Co

Photo by Laurken Kendall


This classic yet contemporary Restoration Hardware-inspired wedding will forever live rent free in our minds. An abundance of breathtaking hydrangeas in neutral hues constructed a simple, but statement-worthy ceremony aisle. You can find this Sun Valley wedding in our National V8 Magazine

Florals by Siren Floral Co

Photo by Brett Heidebrecht


Currently coveting every single detail from this ceremony space on a private estate in McCall, Idaho. Bride Laura walked down the lush aisle to her husband Logan where the rustic design complimented the environment so perfectly well.

Florals by Two Hands Floral

Photo by Sean Thomas Photography


Our love language is a whimsical garden party inspired wedding. So, when we first laid eyes on Julia and Hunter’s spring ceremony at La Caille with a colorful array of delicate florals lining the aisle we were smitten. See more of their wedding in our Utah Spring/Summer Magazine

Florals by La Fete Floral & Events

Photo by Mikki Platt Photography


Zoe and Jeff’s “deconstructed wedding” weekend is our literal dream come true. Luxury, mountaintop nuptials and a feminine palette of florals appearing as if they belonged to the natural setting. Click the link to see more of their Aspen “I do’s”.

Florals by Flower Disco

Photo by Betsi Ewing Weddings

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