By Gabriella Rello

Published on May 18, 2015

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Statement-making wedding décor always catches our attention, but we get particularly excited when we find unexpected ways to use flowers. Our latest blossoming obsession? Floral and greenery chandeliers! Whether they're used throughout your ceremony or reception space or as an accent over a specific part of your venue, a fresh chandelier can transform any space.

The key to making these stylish chandeliers work best for you is to find a look that complements the rest of your venue. For couples hosting a classic wedding, we love the look of pink roses, peonies, and white hydrangea tucked into lush greenery. If you've planned a more glamorous bash, heavy greenery draped around a faux-candle chandelier looks formal and ethereal. If you want to bring the outdoors in à la Kate Middleton, these natural décor elements will make your space feel organic but still special.

You can also think of what you want your floral chandelier to accomplish. For example, if it's balancing an ultra-modern space with a romantic detail, consider soft roses and greenery with dreamy candlelight in a loft space. Trying to define a certain space, like your dance floor or sweetheart table? Consider bolder, bigger flowers for a look that really pops.

Ready to say, "I do" to having a floral chandelier at your big day? Then click through to see 21 ideas we love.

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Photography by Amy Arrington Photography

For a garden-inspired reception, Tailor and Table created a lush chandelier made of thick green garlands with white roses, blue anemones and thistle accents. To complete the look, mercury glass jars holding glowing candles were suspended from the bottom.

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Photography by Chris Isham Photography

For a truly unexpected look, Bows + Arrows created a trailing chandelier of hops to suit this rustic wedding space.

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Photography by Ben Q Photography

Ferns and assorted white flowers arranged by ModFete Floral + Event Design were suspended above tables in this warehouse venue to add a touch of romance to the reception.

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Photography by Josh Gruetzmacher Photography

The Full Bouquet created a colorful floral chandelier filled with orange roses, purple dahlias, and assorted daisies to add a vibrant touch to this barn space.

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Photography by Genevieve Leiper Photography

To soften the look of an otherwise industrial wedding space, a trailing floral chandelier, created by Earth Blossoms Flowers, was suspended above reception tables.

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Photography by Slide 7: Scobey Photography

Southern Blooms transformed a tented reception into a garden-inspired bash with the help of these lush floral chandeliers that are filled with bright pink peonies, hydrangea, and greenery.

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Photography by Jen Fariello Photography

This classic floral chandelier, created by Kim Starr Wise, is filled with peach-and-pink roses. Hanging candles are suspended below for an extra dash of romance.

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Photography by Kristyn Hogan Photography

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