17 On-Trend Floral Arrangements for Minimalist Weddings
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17 On-Trend Floral Arrangements for Minimalist Weddings

While you love *all* kinds of floral arrangements, how you choose to style your wedding florals can completely define your wedding aesthetic. For example, minimalist weddings usually go best with gorgeously sculpted, but simple florals. To get the perfectly minimal look and feel for your big day, we’ve found 17 of the most beautiful floral arrangements that are sure to take your breath away. Scroll on for a look at these gorgeous creations.

1. Ikebana-Inspired: The Japanese art of flower arranging has inspired many florists to create fresh, natural creations with an emphasis on balance and imbalance, as well as graceful lines. The distinctive style makes a statement that’s far from ordinary. (Photo via Studio Mondine / MK Sadler)

2. Ethereal Minimalism: A couple of stems in clear glass vases can result in a fresh and simple (AKA cost-effective!) idea that has tons of style. It’s so easy to dress up a reception table with arrangements like these — there’s no way you can go wrong. (Photo via Once Wed / Sally Pinera)

3. White Wildflowers: We’re totally on board for wildflower bouquets and centerpieces. Keep the color palette simple with all-white florals and then mix it up with a loose arrangement to bring a natural, dreamy quality to your wedding day. (Photo via Green Wedding Shoes / Daniel Kim Photography)

4. Green Foliage Runner: Why not forgo flowers altogether? Ask your florist to create a simple yet lush runner made from eucalyptus leaves and branches. What you don’t spend on flowers, you can spend elsewhere on your wedding. (Photo via Green Wedding Shoes / Ben Q. Photography)

5. Autumn + Organic: Instead of a tall centerpiece, let tapered candles bring your tables to new heights. Lining your tables with a beautiful, loose centerpiece with burnt orange accents, fruits and sparse branches is a gorgeous idea for a fall wedding. (Photo via Saipua / Jose Villa)

6. Single White Florals: You don’t need crazy extravagant floral arrangements for an elegant event. With their beautiful, natural shapes, single stems of anemones and ranunculuses in glass vases create a strikingly beautiful and pared-down look. (Photo via The Lane)

7. Intimate Oceanside Centerpiece: If you want to bring out the coastal vibes of your natural, oceanside wedding, try simple driftwood with candles on your big day. The neutral palette will have all eyes on the bride. (Photo via Lexia Frank)

8. Baby’s Breath Runner: With their airy and classic characteristics, baby’s breath offers tons of styling opportunities. Forget using baby’s breath as filler — let these tiny flowers take center stage as a beautiful runner. (Photo via Style Me Pretty / Mary Dougherty Photography)

9. Geometric Modern: Add geometric and metallic table decor with small floral arrangements to give your tablescape that glam, geometric-inspired quality. Dark greens and blacks will help your minimalist approach to white florals pop. (Photo via 100 Layer Cake / Sarah Street Photography)

10. Winter Wildflowers: Less can be so much more when done right. Ask your florist to create a sculptural, sparse floral arrangement with focus on restraint and negative space. The results are undeniably gorgeous. (Photo via Sunday Suppers / Karen Mordechai)

11. Spring Minimalism: Instead of vivid hues for a springtime wedding, why not focus on shape instead? This architectural arrangement sans-color is fresh and statement-making on its own. (Photo via Magnolia Rouge / Josh Gruetzmacher)

12. Desert-Inspired: Create an eye-catching arrangement with cacti and succulents in glass terrariums. Agates and geodes in complementary colors and naturally unique shapes add to the raw and organic look. (Photo via Ruffled Blog / Marble Rye Photography)

13. Foliage-Tied Candles: Tie ferns or sprigs of greenery to candles for an unexpectedly chic, minimalist arrangement that’s totally out of the ordinary. This look is perfect for a winter wedding. (Photo via Style Me Pretty / Per Pixel Photo)

14. Single-Stem Protea: Don’t shy away from the South African flowering plant. The protea and its sculptural shape are absolutely stunning all on their own. All you need is one per vase and voilà: Your centerpieces are cool, simple and totally chic. (Photo via The Lane)

15. Queen Anne’s Lace: For the quintessential minimalist floral arrangement, you want to focus on sculptural pieces. Use Queen Anne’s Lace to give your centerpieces that initial structure, then add lower arrangements of sage, roses and anemones to balance the look. (Photo via Martha Stewart / Gentl and Hyers)

16. Black + White Modern: Again, florals are important, but don’t forget the impact of your containers. Simple yet unique black and white containers can totally elevate the tablescape and give it that modern sleek factor. (Photo via Grey Likes Weddings / Heather Roth Fine Art Photography)

17. Romantic Minimalism: For the romantic minimalist, all you need is some green garland, candlesticks and a beautifully laid linen runner to make your centerpiece a knockout. Your guests will ooh and aah over the elegant simplicity. (Photo via Wedding Sparrow / When He Found Her)

What’s your favorite minimalist floral arrangement? Tweet us @BritandCo and don’t forget to follow Brit + Co on Pinterest for more wedding inspo!