You might be looking for exactly this or you might be wondering why the heck I’ve decided to write a whole blog based on moss, but by the end of this I hope you’ll see why!

Whether you’re having an outdoor wedding, enchanted forest, beautiful barn or woodland or you’re going for an elegant indoor affair but want to bring some of the outdoors in in a unique and charming way, moss can be the perfect way to style your day!

There are a few different ways that you can include moss as a detail in your wedding so I’ve put together a few mood boards to help you on your way, and as always – get in touch if you’ve got an questions or need a little help!

1. Colour Palette

Moss comes in many different shapes, sizes, textures and colours so have a think about how it ties in to the colour palette of your day, or it might create the colour palette for you! Below are so colour palette inspirations for you

2. Tables

You can incorporate moss in your table decoration for an earthy and natural aesthetic, for something a little more interesting and a softer texture than shrubbery. You can either use it as a runner if you have rectangular or square tables (like the top three images in this board) or you can create a more central focus on round tables (like the bottom three images) it all depends on how you are setting them up!

3. Installations

Another way is to create a larger installation. You can do wall hangings, ceiling installations, stairway installations or hanging ceremony backdrops like this one on the right, which I love! Depending on the layout of your venue and their decor, this can be a great way to incorporate nature in to your day.

4. Lettering

Moss covered lettering and numbers are a simple yet effective way to include some moss in your wedding decor. Whether it’s your table numbers, wedding hashtag, your names, initials or fun words, you can really bring them to life with moss!

5. Details

There are so many other ways in which you can include moss but here are just a few more! From candle beds to chandeliers, cake tables to ring boxes, the world is your oyster when it comes to moss!

Not only is moss a pretty element to include, it is also a more unique greenery option and can be used to compliment other greenery and flowers that you are including.

I’d love to see how you incorporate it in your day so let me know!

I hope you feel moss-inspired and if you’d like to chat further, you know where I am!

Love, Anne

Image credits

Colour Palettes

Left: Cannon Kangaroo via Tumblr

Right top: Fred Michel via Flikr

Right bottom: Joy Russell via Flikr


Top Left: Happinest with Oh Yay by Lauren Pretorius on Confetti Day Dreams

Top Middle: Eventoile with Letterink by Lisa Digiglio on Whimsical Wonderland Weddings

Top Right: Luna Bella Photography

Bottom Left: Couture Events by Erica Schneider on Style Me Pretty

Bottom Middle: Loie Photography on The Knot

Bottom Right: Kerry Diamond on Whimsical Wonderland Weddings


Left top: Todd Mcquade

Left bottom left: Royal Botanical Garden Edinburgh

Right: Shean Strong by Helen Oliveira on Whimsical Wonderland Weddings


Left: Seasons in the Country by A Brit and A Blonde on Style Me Pretty

Right top: Anna Garforth on Design Boom

Right bottom: The Magnolia Company on Brides


Left top left: Evan Hunt on Style Me Pretty

Left top right: Dagmar Brocken on My Karma Stream

Left bottom left: Paper Flora by Sandra Oster

Right: Wedding Topia

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