7.30.2019

On-Trend Tropic Touches for Your Wedding

The iconic banana leaf pattern that famously graces the walls at the Beverly Hills Hotel is having a resurgence, and it's bringing all things tropical with it. This on-trend aesthetic is playful, vibrant, and visually dramatic. To inspire your wedding planning, here are some of the best ways to include tropical decor at your wedding. 

Leaves!
Palm leaves, banana leaves, and any other tropical leaf can be a great design accent for a wedding. These voluminous plants are often a more affordable floral option, which is just another reason to love them. If you're going the faux route, waxy plants like these are known for looking the most believable-- win-win. 

Tie the Knot Under a Tree
If you're getting married in a warm-weather locale, have your ceremony under a palm tree. 

Photo Backdrop
When choosing where to pose for photos with your spouse-to-be and wedding party, look for a spot to pose for photos with palm trees as the background. 

Fresh Take on Invites
Invites are always a lovely place to showcase the decor for your wedding. Invites with greenery and tropical leaves can pack a big punch. 

Floral Arrangements
Greenery is always a great way to bulk up floral arrangements. Bring a burst of sunshine to your bouquets, boutonnieres and arbor garland. 

Tropic Tables
Select tropical flowers for your table arrangements to make your reception feel like an island getaway -- no matter the time of year or location of your wedding.  

Put Your Best Toe Forward
Wear sandals for a breezy, graceful look. 

Tropical Wedding Party
Warm and vibrant color palettes evoke a tropical feel. You can even include tropically patterned bridesmaids dresses and/or ties

Festive Cake
Add fresh flowers or sugar flowers to your cake to tie the theme of the wedding through dessert. You can also incorporate fresh fruits like pineapple to the desert course. 

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