It's not a surprise that flower wall backdrops are popular and as a longstanding botanic enthusiast I love every minute of it. Flower walls add a touch of natural elegance and make absolutely beautiful photo opportunities for home parties, weddings and large scale events.
There are a ton of ways you can DIY your very own flower wall but one style I am IN LOVE with is what's labeled a Moss Wall With Flowers. The mechanics are as simple as stacking floral foam on plywood, covering with moss and inserting trimmed down flowers. That's about all the supplies and direction you need to create this easy type of installation.
I can't be any happier that Burnett's Boards featured a cheerfully effortless and organic pretty-much-ombre Moss Wall With Flowers we created in the flower shop using exactly those easy mechanics for Diana Daley Photography. This wall features garden roses, carnations, and foraged plants and greens mounted on a board topped with mood moss, spanish moss and sheet moss. Check out the highlights below. And, see it exactly as it's posted on Burnett's Boards in: Modern Rustic Inspiration Shoot DIY Flower Wall.
modernly rustic inspiration shoot with a DIY flower wall
Burnett's Boards: "With plenty of rustic details today’s gorgeous wedding inspiration shoot from Diana Daley Photography and Colonial House of Flowers brings a modern twist by incorporating a fabulous DIY flower wall!"
From Diana of Diana Daley Photography – “This styled shoot came about from a creative brainstorming session between myself and Christy of Colonial House of Flowers. Using the inspiration of a flower wall for a portrait prop, we began working over what a Savannah, Georgia themed flower wall would look like.
“As Christy came up with the logistics of the flower wall (DIY feature coming soon – be sure to check back for it in a few weeks!), I began the art direction and knew the most perfect and secluded location along the marshes of Skidaway Island. Skidaway lies just on the edges of Savannah and is well-known for its affluent homes, ecology, and cultural heritage. It’s breathtaking.
We draped lace along an old, weathered picnic table, styled the table, and Christy added loose floral arrangements with native greenery picked from her own yard and locally sourced flowers.
The whole thing pulled together beautifully!”
Photography: Diana Daley Photography // Floral Design: Colonial House of Flowers // Tabletop Details: Fancy Plates // Invitation & Paper Goods: FLYoung Studio // Cake: Lulu’s Chocolate Bar // Makeup: Lindsey Wirht Makeup Artist // Wedding Dress: Love The Dress // Venue: Skidaway Island, Georgia
If this post inspires you to make your own flower wall be sure to check out our Moss It Box in Mood Moss or Spanish Moss to cover your board. We ship these and other supplies to make it easy. Take lots of pictures and be sure to tag us and use #CHOFathome. We can't wait to see what you make!