Maybe you鈥檙e hoping your Big Day will feel like an epic fairy tale wedding, or maybe you鈥檙e a more whimsical bride who prefers a boho wedding vibe. Either way, this latest wedding decor trend is sure to make all your dreams come true: hanging flowers. Florists are creating everything from small displays of buds delicately tied above tables to massive floral installations of over 14,000 stems. Read on to see 18 beautiful floral arrangements that you won鈥檛 be able to stop obsessing over.

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1. Jewel Tones: This 1970s-inspired place setting is crowned with such a GORG group of flowers. Bright colored chairs and a hodgepodge collection of carpets can help create your boho wedding look. (Lauren Gabrielle Photography / Green Wedding Shoes)

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2. Flowin鈥 Flowers: Hanging amaranthus makes for a lush and memorable display. Place a 鈥渃handelier鈥 of flowers over the bridal party table, to create a strong focal point on the newlyweds. (via Olive Photography)

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3. Double Up on Buds: With garland on the table and flowers hanging from the ceiling, what鈥檚 not to love? Find modern candelabras and a shimmering, textured cloth for a chic addition to your vintage-inspired tablescape. (via Eric Foley Photography / Style Me Pretty)

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4. Ooh La La: A floral chandelier mixed with a pop of color, like that blush chair, is a divine combo. Add a dash of vintage romance to your tables by filling antiqued silver vases with lush flowers. You鈥檒l create a look that鈥檚 鈥渞ustic chic鈥 done right! (via Geneoh Photography)

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5. Extravagant Elegance: Now this is a proper hanging garden. Over 14,000 individual stems were used to create the hanging floral masterpiece. It鈥檚 comprised of delphiniums, Queen Anne鈥檚 lace, larkspur and foraged greens. Want to make a smaller version of this yourself? Here鈥檚 how. (via Leo Patrone Photography / Brides)

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6. Pinch of Whimsy: You don鈥檛 need hundreds of ornate flowers to make a statement. These four wooden circles, pinned with subtle bouquets, do just the trick. Try DIYing this look by using embroidery hoops or welded macrame rings. (via Katie Nesbitt Photography / Inspired By This)

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7. Hanging Pots: Macrame plant displays are a fresh, boho approach to the classic floral installation that you鈥檒l spot everywhere from beach weddings to more formal affairs. And if you鈥檙e feeling crafty, you can make your own macrame hanging planters in just 30 minutes with our handy guide. (Lara Holtz / Green Wedding Shoes)

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8. Savvy Spender: Looking for a more relaxed floral display? These wildflowers in clear soda bottles are both Pinterest-worthy and budget-friendly. Use twine to hang them from a tree or tent pole. (via White Daisy Photography / Style Me Pretty)

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9. Shapes and Vines: Geometric lighting and bright flowers make for an adorable combo. Add a healthy amount of hanging greenery and a table runner of buds, and your dreamy garden wedding will be one for the books. If you want to save a few bucks, learn how to make your own floral mobiles out of brass and copper tube stock. (via Anastasia Volkova / Burnett鈥檚 Boards)

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10. Strung Up: Give carnations a new spin. These affordable flowers can be hung on twine or fishing line to make the perfect backdrop for your ceremony. The ombre flower arrangements are perfectly on-trend, while still offering a timeless look. (via Jamie Fischer Photography)

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11. Rows of Roses: A dainty display of individual stems is perfect for a romantic wedding. Pink roses, puffs of small hydrangeas and babies breath are a few of the main elements used in this floral installation. To recreate the look, tie flowers with flowing ribbon strands and use plenty of greenery to disguise the tent pole. (via M&J Photography / Love My Dress)

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12. Petals Galore: Deck out your alter with a mass of gorgeous hanging flowers. Then surround it with curly willow branches, rose petals and hurricane vases. You鈥檒l construct a truly stunning structure for your 鈥淚 do鈥 moment. (via Chelsea Brown Photography / The Knot)

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13. Fairy Tale Vibes: This wedding at the Biltmore Estate takes tent receptions to the next level. Between the draping, hanging flowers and tall floral centerpieces, your guests won鈥檛 be able to decide which element they love the most. (via Allan聽Zepeda / The Knot)

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14. Classic Wedding Roses: We love the simplicity of this arrangement. As the florist states, 鈥淲e knew right away that we wanted to create an installation piece, with structured hanging blooms 鈥 giving us a comparable sense of geometric line and shape that the venue aesthetic provided.鈥 After several mathematical sketches, they achieved a lovely look! (via Cassie Rosch / Lace and Lilies)

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15. Flower Baskets: You don鈥檛 have to spend big bucks to create flower-filled 鈥渓amps鈥 鈥 this DIYer used food domes from World Market! Hang your creations above the bridal party table for some extra pizzazz. (via Sugar & Cloth)

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16. Swing of Green: A wooden plank and rope keeps this floating garden in place. Pink and yellow roses peek out from within the greenery, while small candles hang down over guests鈥 plates. (via Ryan Price / Wedding Chicks)

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17. Go Green: Lately, the wedding world has been obsessed with greenery 鈥 and it鈥檚 easy to see why, with a candle-filled installment like this one. The hanging vines mixed with the table garland create a lush combo for any wedding. Use twine and lightweight glass jars to achieve a similar look. (via Greg Finck)

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18. Add-on Flowers: Already have a beautiful backdrop for your ceremony? Spruce it up with a few extra buds that match your wedding colors. You can even roll up your sleeves and make your own paper flowers! (via Eric Foley Photography / Style Me Pretty)

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