Pampas grass trend: In love with nature – wedding blog marryMAG
Light as a feather, natural and fantastically romantic: Pampas grass is the big decoration trend in the wedding year 2020. The delicate plant comes from South America and has not only conquered your own four walls and vases in no time at all, but also the decorative heart of prospective brides. From the invitation card to the table decoration to the setting for incomparable wedding photos: Pampas grass can be staged in many different ways. This inspiration spread shows just how moody that can look – in beautiful photos that make us dream.
Pampas grass is not only beautiful to look at, but also makes for unique souvenirs after the wedding. The dried grass can move directly into the living room of the bridal couple or into that of the guests – and thus reminds with every glance of an unforgettable day that was all about love.
Raise your glasses – and onto the table!
The lightness of pampas grass comes into its own in gently shimmering vases and glasses. Arranged in different vessels, the whole thing looks natural and wild, without giving the slightest impression that they were put together at random.
The perfect frame
Boho is and will remain an absolute trend for many brides-to-be. Pampas grass integrates perfectly with the boho theme’s soft tones and light arrangements. Tensioned into a bow, it provides an incomparable backdrop for photos, into which a slightly flowing A-line dress with a delicate bow could not fit more harmoniously.
Industrial meets Boho
Pampas grass is pure floral romance! A rather rustic location in particular can be transformed into a noble backdrop for beautiful weddings. Wedding Market also proves this with the stylish wedding in the Kunstkraftwerk Leipzig, where the photos in this article were taken. We recommend: definitely try it!
videographer: Philipp Dyllong (Vibrant Visuals)
photographer: David Rieger (Redok Art)
Decoration, floristics & stationery: Muldental aphid
rings: Sunday & Son
wedding dress: mrs to be bridal fashion
styling: Nadine Tschope
Location: Leipzig art power plant
Culinary delights: @cocktailwerkstatt
Organization & conception: Wedding Showroom Leipzig & Wedding Market Leipzig