Lavender as a theme for weddings and celebrations can be really beautiful. Paired with soft whites, grays and even navy, lavender can take on a very romantic and charming presentation. Whether it’s just infused in small bits, like in this place setting above or as accents to the bouquet below or used as a flavor in cocktails or desserts there are so many options once you have decided on lavender.
A small bouquet of lavender for each guest makes a beautiful presentation whether it’s for a wedding or a holiday table setting.
A classic lavender decorated cake. Just because you have selected lavender as your color palette doesn’t mean you have to have a purple cake. Small doses of lavender can go a long way. Bash Please, based in California, created the design for this cake.
Remember your cocktails and desserts can also be a place to add in your color palette or theme to your celebration. A lavender martini above and blueberry lavender ice-cream below. You can find the ice-cream recipe on cafejohnsonia.com.
Lavender can be used as just an accent with other flowers and herbs or as one monochromatic bouquet or arrangement. You can see here how pretty it is paired with creams and navy. Sweet Emilia Jane Weddings & Events created this stunning bouquet above.
Lavender boutonnieres are enchanting and go so well with gray or navy men’s suits. A boutonniere doesn’t just have to be for weddings either, any special occasion can warrant a special detail like a boutonniere, like a birthday, holiday dinner or new year’s eve dinner. These small bunches below with rosemary would also be perfect at each place setting. Willow Oak Flower & Herb Farm did the boutonniere above.