Wildflowers have a way of bringing cozy elegance to weddings, making tablescapes to invitations bright and earthy. As if you went on a hike through forests and gathered the blooms yourself. Mixing up the wildflower varieties with other in-season flowers brings depth and interest to decor. Whether that's an assortment of snapdragons, zinnias, and bird's eyes, or clarkias, sweet alyssums, and bluebells. Colorful and sweeping wildflowers add character and charm wherever they're placed—in simple glass vases, napkin folds, table numbers, or bridal hairpieces. We think this look is timeless, so we gathered inspiration for using wildflowers in various aspects of your wedding day, so you can recreate the look. From wedding centerpieces to seed paper invitations, these ideas bring together a whimsical wildflower paradise. Use these examples as a reference and get creative with your wildflower wedding details! Wildflower Centrepieces Found on pinterest via rusticwedding.com (left) and wearethebrauns.co (right) Since wildflowers are eye-catching and organic-looking, they dress up everyday mason jars or swing top stopper bottles. Instead of vases, think of down-to-earth alternatives that you could find in your kitchen for a homey vibe. Wildflower Wedding Napkin Fold Accents Found on pinterest via stylemepretty.com (left) and chicagostyleweddings.com (right) Tied with a string, wildflowers dress up napkin folds with a gentle pop of color. Leave them on top of the menu for guests to smell while they wait for their dinner. Now, that's fine dining! Wildflower Wedding Table Numbers & Signage Found on pinterest via marthastewartweddings.com (left) and brides.com (right) Pressed wildflowers signs have a sweet vintage feel to them, while still being modern. You can even create your own pressed flower table numbers with frames and glue. Try this tutorial by firstdayofhome.com. Wildflower Wedding Cake Found on pinterest via blushingcook.com (left) and weddingchicks.com (right) Edible flowers aren't just fun to eat, they're also totally unique as cake decals! Whether you go with a collage of pressed edible booms climbing up a few tiers of cake, or go with a few simple sprigs on a clean white cake, they'll make a statement that your guests will gush over. Wildflower Wedding Cocktails Found on pinterest via rockmywedding.co.uk (left) and heyweddinglady.com (right) Why stop at edible cake decals? If these wildflower garnished cocktails don't say "let's hit the dance floor," then we don't know what does. Wildflower Plantable Wedding Invitations Introduce your whimsical wildflower wedding theme to guests before the day even arrives with these seed paper wildflower wedding invitations. The best part is guests can plant and grow these into 6 different wildflowers: clarkias, snapdragons, sweet alyssums, black-eyed susans, bird's eyes, and catchflys. Wildflower Bouquet (Found on pinterest via greenweddingshoes.com (left) and rockmywedding.co.uk (right)) For an eye-catching wildflower bouquet, mix and match smaller blooms with larger ones. Tuck in a peony, or other larger flowers to support the wildflowers with fullness and depth. Have fun with the color combinations! There are so many wildflower color options from jewel-tones to softer shades. Wildflower Bridal Hairpiece (Found on pinterest via folegaphotography.co.uk (left) and vogue.com (right)) Wildflower bridal hairpieces take a hairdo from fancy to fairytale dream. Wear these as a clip in an updo, or as a crown if you're leaving your hair down. Looking for more wildflower seed paper wedding stationery? We have tons to choose from including reply cards, menus, favors, seal and send wedding invitations, and more! All printed on quality eco-friendly seed paper that grows flowers when planted. Like what you see on our blog? Join our mailing list to receive emails with freebies, projects, coupons, green living tips, and decor ideas and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.