A succulent and floral bouquet can cost as little as $70 for your wedding and will include strikingly colorful flowers as well as unique succulents that you can then plant and keep.
Then, how do you use succulents for a wedding?
Add them into your bouquet for a statement-making and heat-loving option, gift potted plants as a favor, or even decorate your invites with an adorable succulent-motif. And for those couples that have the luxury of not needing to worry about the heat, you can use succulents, too!
Likewise, do succulents and eucalyptus go together?
Any flowers, succulents and greenery look amazing with eucalyptus, whatever type of the latter you choose. Eucalyptus makes any plain bouquet textural, dimensional and really cool, so incorporate it for sure, and you can even go for an only eucalyptus bouquet, which will definitely stand out.
Are succulents cheaper than flowers for a wedding?
If the price of peonies is making your eyes pop, consider adding some succulents to your wedding bouquet. Incorporating these pretty plants tends to be far less expensive than filling your bouquets and centerpieces with flowers alone.
The main plant only lives
|Jade Plant||70-100 years|
|Christmas Cactus||30+ years|
Make sure you keep them in a mild climate with bright, indirect sunlight. It is best not to refrigerate them as most don’t like temperatures so cold. What flowers pair well with succulents for a bouquet/boutonniere/corsage? Anything you’d like!
Lavender. With their gray, gray-green, and yellow-green leaves, lavenders look beautiful growing among succulents in a garden. These natives to the Mediterranean, Canary Islands, and Madeira are known for their aromatic scent and spikes of purple flowers.
Yarrow, lavender, salvia, and rosemary are great flowering herbs to grow alongside your succulent beds. These herbs take the same conditions as most ground planted succulents. Depending on your layout, plant these herbs at the back of the bed or surround it with them.