Air Plants – Creative Wedding Favors and Decor

December 2, 2010 | admin

beautiful tillandsia air plants from Air Plant Supply Co., creative botanical wedding favors and decor

A little quirky, a little odd, a little out-of-the-ordinary, I have fallen in love with the little botanical delights called Air Plants, and can’t stop thinking about ways they could be incorporated into wedding decor and design! Needing nothing more than air and moisture to happily thrive, they are easily cared for by even those with the least green thumbs (yep, that’s me!) and their wildly exuberant shapes, sizes and colors could make for dramatic displays and delightful take-home wedding favors. Check out these personality-filled specimens above and below from the Air Plant Supply Co

beautiful tillandsia air plants from Air Plant Supply Co., creative botanical wedding favors and decor


the adorable mini air plant glass terrariums, apothecary jars, beakers and bowls from Tortoise Loves Donkey

beautiful tillandsia air plants from Tortoise Loves Donkey, creative botanical wedding favors and decor


and the colorful air plants in gift boxes and constructed as a living mirror frame from Etsy seller toHold. Brilliant! What would you do with creative botanicals like this?

beautiful tillandsia air plants from To Hold, creative botanical wedding favors and decor


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  1. I just bought a couple of these! I need to get some cute holders like these. What a great idea!

  2. I LOVE this idea as a centerpiece! The spiky plant in a glass vase or ball looks so awesome and is a look I don’t see very often!

  3. Thank you for this post! I love air plants and want to incorporate them (as well as succulent plants) in my wedding decor. Your fresh ideas are much appreciated :-)

  4. Wow the ones in the jars look really effective and pretty!

  5. Love, love love air plants! I think we’ll see lots of them in wedding decor this year.

  6. My husband and I own Air Plant Design Studio and used air plants in our own wedding (boutonierres, decor, and even my bouquet) and we still get comments a year later from guests how cool they made everything look. We work with brides frequently doing custom favor or boutonniere orders and it’s awesome to see more and more people using these plants in their wedding. Thanks for the beautiful post!

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