Looking for something to add more texture to your floral arrangements and decor? Huckleberry may be a great option for you! These little round berries typically come in colors of blue, black or red and can turn a typical wedding bouquet into something with a diverse and organic look that’ll make your floral photos “pop”!
Also known as Jackson Vine, this lovely greenery blooms during summer and is another great choice for garlands down the aisle, tablerunners or winding down a grand staircase.
Huechera is one of the most unique-looking foliage plants for wedding arrangements. It’s leaves are shaped like hearts (perfect for your big day!) and can range from darker, bold colors to a more silvery green color.
The Nageia nagi, or Asian bayberry, often comes from the areas of China, Japan and Taiwan. It has a dark, glossy green color, and is a beautiful choice to combine with a variety of other florals.
This greenery has leaves that are a bit wider and lighter in color than the others mentioned in this list. Lemon leaves also grow on thicker, sturdier stems that are easy to work into bouquets and centerpieces.
The color sage is all the rage these days, and seeded eucalyptus has become one of the most popular greenery elements used for weddings throughout the year. It’s a softer shade of green, which might be why so many brides love using it in their bouquets, and as garlands for their wedding day decor.
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Florals and greenery can make your special day stand out in a truly unique way that you’ll remember for years to come. Whether you already have floral ideas in mind for your wedding or you are hoping to achieve a specific look and feel, reach out to Roots Floral Design for elegant bouquets, ceremony backdrops and more for a truly romantic wedding!