Summer may be coming to a close, but wedding season is far from over. For frugal couples hoping to tie the knot, *now* is the time to invest in chic wedding decor that won鈥檛 break the bank. Luckily, with the help of these IKEA flower hacks for your wedding, your decor game will have never been stronger. Scroll on to discover all 19 flower-inspired IKEA wedding hacks sure to brighten up your big day decor.

white lantern centerpiece

1. Classic Lanterns: Stick to the BORRBY Lantern ($15) in original white for a brilliant contrast between it and its colorful blooms. Remove the lantern鈥檚 glass panes to get a similar look of flowers spilling out from within them. (via Sposto Photography / Wedding Chicks)

gold pot

2. Lacey Vessels: Elevate basic white SKURAR聽candle holders ($3) by spraying them down with metallic gold paint. Throw in a bright flower arrangement and you鈥檝e got yourself an elegant centerpiece. Add a table number and your tables will be totally Insta-worthy. (via Kayla Adams Photography / Wedding Chicks)

ombre planters

3. Ombre Candle Holders: Brighten up your tables with organic centerpieces using these modern ombre candle holders. A bit of spray paint is all you need to make this look your own. (via The House That Lars Built)

Faux:Real Flower Arrangement

4. Faux/Real Flower Arrangement: Create one-of-a-kind flower arrangements for your wedding without shelling out big bucks using IKEA serving bowls and IKEA artificial peonies. You can even sub the faux flowers for real ones, for a more authentic feel. (via Claire Brody Designs)

toslby frames

5. Floral Frames: Display your favorite blossoms in TOLSBY Frames ($1) to get beautiful pressed flowers in an instant. You can leave them as-is for whimsical table decorations or paint the frames in your wedding palette for attention-grabbing displays. (via Munchkins and Moms)

korken bottle and ensidig vase

6. A Variety of Vases: For serious bohemian vibes, use an array of IKEA bottles to show off your flower arrangements. Cluster your eclectic collection (the more colors and sizes, the better) to create charming centerpieces in lieu of traditional bud vases. (via My Little Secrets)

REKO PAINTED GLASS FLOWER POT

7. Painted Glass Flower Pot: Paint REKO聽glasses ($1) to create these bright flower pots that鈥檒l give your wedding decor a fun pop of color. To really pack a (visual) punch, paint your pots a neon yellow or another saturated shade from your wedding color palette. (via DIY Decorator)

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8. Gold Lanterns: Upgrade plain white and black IKEA lanterns to a more modern metallic gold with a coat of spray paint. Add a few matching DIYed beer and wine bottles to transform them into a cluster of chic flower vessels. (via Awake Photography / Ruffled)

black lantern

9. Hanging Lantern: Spruce up a bare wedding aisle with these hanging lantern-vases. The gorgeous overflowing blooms will do wonders for livening up your ceremony space. (via Storytellers Events)

boho banner

10. Boho Banners: Give wedding signs and banners a green, ethereal feel by embellishing them with flowers and greenery. Opt for a bouquet to spruce up a corner, or use a whole garland to frame the outline of a sign. (via Ruth Eileen Photography / Style Me Pretty)

chalkboard

11. Chalkboard Easel: Highlight an IKEA聽MALA Easel ($20) with your chosen wedding message and a tray full of flowers. If you鈥檇 rather save that space for something else 鈥 like teeny, tiny favors 鈥 drape a green garland from the top. (via Lovisa Photo / Style Me Pretty)

dip dyed vase

12. Dip-Dyed Vases: The dip-dyed look isn鈥檛 going away anytime soon, so bring this chic modern trend to your wedding with these gorgeous IKEA-hacked vases. For a sleek and sophisticated look, dip the cylinder vases into metallic gold or silver paint. (via IKEA)

Ensidig Vases

13. Hanging Vases: Elegance can often be carried out with a clean and simple look. Use ribbon to hang these milk jug-inspired ENSIDIG Vases ($2) from the chairs along the aisle. You can even use these floral vessels as centerpieces for a minimalist vibe. (via IKEA)

flower ikea lantern

14. Lantern Table Settings: If you love the look of flowers and lights, surround IKEA lanterns with flowers and set an LED candle inside. The result will be super pretty mood lighting when the sun goes down. (via Urke Photography)

Flowers-Hanging-from-Trees

15. Hanging Floral Topped Lanterns: Your guests will undoubtedly be impressed by this magical sight. Hang lanterns covered in gorgeous blooms from trees and wait for the oohs and aahs when the sun sets and the trees light up. (via KT Merry / Floridian Social)

hanging white pot

16. Hanging Pots: This hack requires little to no effort in that it only requires you to add string and flowers to your pots. Stick to twine for a rustic aesthetic, or use a colorful ribbon for a more contemporary style. (via Kirsten Smith Photography / WeddingWire)

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17. Candle Holders: Spray paint the bottom half of these candle holders for a dip-dyed effect. Though succulents are used here, you can definitely display mini blooms or air plants. (via Christina Karst Photography / Ruffled)

sugar vase

18. Paint-Splattered Pitchers: Use acrylic paint to splatter paint all over enamel pitchers to create fun speckled vases for your flowers. A monochromatic color scheme will highlight different textures. (via IKEA)

BORRBY hack

19. Lantern Terrarium: Seal off all the gaps of a BORRBY Lantern ($15) with sealant before building your terrariums inside. Once finished, spritz a little mist, then display along the ceremony aisle for a stunning display of greenery. If white isn鈥檛 part of your color palette, remove the glass and spray paint the fixtures before working with the sealant. (via Thou Swell)

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