Ohhh these flower trimmed parasols are simply to die for! Wouldn't they make a pretty addition to your wedding? We certainly think so! Whether you're getting married in New Orleans, or just need a fashionable break from the sun. We have the prettiest parasol DIY to share with you today from The Dizzy Daisy flower shop in Orange, California.
But wait, there's more! We rounded up 7 of our favorite ideas on how to use flower parasols and umbrellas in your wedding decor, so keep scrolling because it just gets better from here.
Grab your lace parasols, then find all the flowers you'll need to recreate these flower trimmed lace parasols below. If you need help picking the perfect blooms, take this list to your local florist shop.
Trim your blooms, then starting with the greenery first, begin to add them around your parasol. Slowly weave each stem into the lace. Experiment a little to see what works best and remember to have fun with it. Happy crafting!
7 ways to use Flower Parasols in your wedding
We rounded up 7 of our favorite ideas on how to incorporate flower parasols and umbrellas into your wedding day. From a wedding march in New Orleans, to an adorable flower parasol for your flower girl. Share with us your favorite idea in the comments below!
Photo: Eric & Jamie
This fern trimmed lace parasol in the perfect fit for their fun wedding march in New Orleans. See the entire jewel-toned wedding here for more dreamy ideas.
Photo: Jordan Brittley via Green Wedding Shoes How romantic is this! Use an assortment of ribbons to hang flowers from the top of your parasol.
Would you believe us if we told you this adorable floral parasol is made entirely of fake flowers? Yea, it fooled us too! Learn how to make this flower parasol for your flower girl on Green Wedding Shoes.
Photo: Amanda Jameson Photography via Green Wedding Shoes
Does an umbrella full of flowers bring May showers? Probably not. But it does make for one gorgeous floral accent above this chic table with metal chairs.
Photo: Lavara Photography via Magnolia Rouge
Every bride should have her own photo session on her wedding day, and we're loving how this flower parasol not only looks beautiful against the natural backdrop, but also gives her a much needed break from the sun.
Photo: Caroline Tran via Inside Weddings
These umbrella centerpieces look trés chic for this french themed wedding.
Photo: Amanda Hendrickson via The Perfect Palette
Trim your umbrellas with flowers AND hanging crystals for a gorgeous faux chandelier above the table. The crystals almost look like rain drops!