Melody & Zach's Terracotta Greenhouse Inspired Wedding

We introduce you to Melody & Zach’s warm and playful terracotta wedding. The bride and groom decided to get married in a greenhouse stationed in a gorgeous wheat grass field. Melody and Zach show us how to make the most of a large space with a few statement pieces of decor. Let’s explore their bohemian greenhouse wedding a little more!

Benefits of a Greenhouse Wedding Theme

Does an intimate wedding venue with showstopping scenery sound like your cup of tea? A greenhouse wedding ceremony might be exactly what you need for your big day.

Melody and Zach celebrate their wedding in a greenhouse with minimal bohemian decor. The greenhouse made for a cozy yet modern backdrop for all of their wedding photos and the open glasswork made it easier to capture those grand greenhouse views.

A greenhouse wedding ceremony is such a blank canvas and you can decorate it as minimally or as grandiose as you desire. Melody and Zach decided to go for a bohemian vintage vibe and it worked exceptionally well!

Ling's couple hold their wedding in a greenhouse

Photo by @mazlinrheaphoto

Sage and Terracotta Wedding Flowers

Bridal Wedding Bouquets in Terracotta and Sage

Don’t you just love a bride with a fashionable tribe! Melody and her bridesmaids look as pretty as a picture carrying custom bouquets of orange waterlily dahlia and cream mondial roses. Our chic terracotta DIY designer flower box allowed each bridesmaid to design a bouquet with her personal tastes in mind. This was also present in their attire, as each bridesmaid dress reflected their own personal style. We love a bridal party that embraces diversity!

The bride and her bridesmaids in sage dresses hold terracotta bouquets in their hands

Photo by @mazlinrheaphoto

Terracotta and Green Boutonnieres

Zach and his right hand men celebrate the day in stylish olive green ties and sophisticated boutonnieres. Amber rose, terracotta ribbon, and gilded rose buds are all crafted together creating a dashing accessory perfect for those candid groomsmen photos.

The groom and groomsmen with oliver green ties wear amber boutonnieres

Photo by @mazlinrheaphoto

There are so many creative ways to spruce up a boutonniere, from picking the flowers to choosing the intricate floret finishes. If you need a little inspo try these 12 wedding boutonniere ideas for every season.

Lovely boutonnieres in various color palettes

Sage and Terracotta Floral Wrist Corsages

Are the women in your bridal party wearing differing or multi-colored outfits? Utilizing wrist corsages is a great and simple way to create color cohesion in your bridal party. Melody and Zach picked out vibrant sunset rose corsages with terracotta peonies and holly fruit to create color solidarity between the mother of the bride and the mother of the groom. If you’re desiring a unique corsage for your wedding, we suggest starting with a highly stylish shoulder corsages.

The couple and their relatives with terracotta wrist corsages

Photo by @mazlinrheaphoto

Terracotta Flower Wedding Arch

If a beautiful altar with minimal decor and maximum visual effect sounds ideal for your wedding day, try enhancing your ceremony with a unique floral backdrop.Melody and Zach accessorized the end of their wedding aisle with an archway made of amber and cream roses and fall eucalyptusto create a lush bohemian vibe.

Ling's couple kiss each other in front of a rustic round arch decorated with terracotta flowers and linens

Photo by @mazlinrheaphoto

We love how multi-purpose a backdrop can be! Not only are they quite portable but, they can be placed behind your sweetheart table for a romantic photo-op or used as a backdrop for your guests to take their own photos. However you decide to use a floral backdrop or arch, it can have a major effect on your wedding space.  If you’re planning an outdoor wedding like Melody and Zach, try our outdoor wedding arch ideas for inspo on how to spruce up your wedding space.

Elegant arch flowers and linens

Terracotta Wedding Table Decor

Melody and Zach designed an elegant and earthy guest table using a range of vibrant sunset dahlias and terracotta roses. Gold rose buds and green eucalyptus leaves were layered in to create a fuller floral effect.

Flower garland with orange and cream flowers on it

Photo by @mazlinrheaphoto

There are a number of ways to take a guest table from drab to fab. A clever and simple way to decorate your lengthy guest tables is to use a flower garland as a tasteful table runner. You can add in decorative glassware or tablecloths to match your wedding theme just as Melody and Zach demonstrated. It truly does not take a lot to make a charming impression. We have a few ornate centerpiece ideas you can incorporate into your reception decor and beyond.

Guest table decorated with terracotta flower garland and cute mug

Photo by @mazlinrheaphoto

Recreate Melody and Zach’s Earthy Terracotta Wedding

Want to design a warm and earthy bohemian greenhouse wedding theme like Melody and Zach? A sage and terracotta color palette is a great place to start. This color palette can be ideal for fall and summer weddings. Whether you’re going for an elegant bohemian celebration or a chic rustic-styled wedding, terracotta is a great way to add a lively yet elegant touch to your day.

Wedding decor in sunset terracotta

Here are 10 terracotta decor ideas you can draw inspiration from for your wedding day decor and don’t hesitate to tag us in any of your spectacular wedding day recreations over on our Instagram page!

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