Say I do with a stunning bohemian backdrop behind you! If you’re as in love with pampas grass as we are, you better make sure you’re ready to take down notes.

We’ve collated 10 absolutely beautiful boho backdrop and pampas arch inspirations for your big day! The best thing about pampas grass is its flexibility. You can definitely use it with different wedding day themes and motifs.

We hope you take some aspects of these gorgeous designs and get an idea of how you can incorporate pampas grass to your event or wedding backdrop too.

Pampas Grass Bohemian Wedding Backdrop

  1. Modern Minimalist

Tiarra Sorte Photography

Photo: Tiarra Sorte Photography | Event Design: Yay! Parties & Co. | Florals: Teressa Johnson Studio 

It’s amazing how decors and styling can transform even the simplest of venues. For this backdrop, the stylists were able to capitalize on the rich dark colored walls. Using a simple grid, they combined aspects of minimalism and rustic charm using neutral and dried elements. The pampas grass gave a touch of softness to the set-up. You can clearly see how they designed everything intentionally to match the bridal bouquet and the groom’s suit as well.

  1. Unique Silhouettes

Anna Roussos 

Photo: Anna Roussos | Event Design & Florals: The Twelve Events

This beach wedding blended rustic and wild greens with a celestial twist. This moon backdrop became even more stunning with its thick layer of pampas grass. Even if the moon didn’t necessarily fit with the beach and natural theme, using pampas grass made everything mesh together so well. Don’t be afraid to play with different shapes and silhouettes, they can still work with the motif as long as you integrate them with other elements.

  1. Au Naturale

Katie Pritchard

Photo: Katie Pritchard // planning: Candace Jolee Events // florals: Rogue and Fox // via: Green Wedding Shoes 

Look at this pretty backdrop that can even double as a photo wall! They designed a mountain range background and added the raw components of cactus, wild plants, and pampas grass. This is a wise way to bring the outback in the garden or even indoors. The possibilities are endless!

  1. Sophisticated Minimalism

Bowtie and Bell Photography 

Photo: Bowtie and Bell Photography // florals: Floribunda Rose // via: B. Loved

Simple can still be stunning! Make sure you get a trusted designer to bring your vision to life. A good stylist can use the most basic of decors and still make it look effortlessly elegant. This backdrop, for example, is a great example of understated class. The pampas grass gave the height, texture, and shape to the backdrop. The end result is just as lovely even if the decors are simple.

  1. The Elaborate Garden Motif

Hello Blue Photo

Photo by Hello Blue Photo 

Take a look at the photo above, remove the pampas grass and the backdrop would still be a pretty scene. But the addition of pampas grass made it so much more charming. It’s these little details that make the theme come to life. The flowers are already aesthetically pleasing but the colors became more striking against the green foliage and the white pampas grass. Absolutely captivating!

  1. Pampas for Days

Rock Paper Details

Photo: Rock Paper Details

Simple and chic, it all boils down to the décor to make it look amazing. Using only white flowers and greenery is a little tricky because it can look plain. But, in the hands of a creative designer, it will look trendy and on fleek! Look at how the white flowers look with a wall of thick pampas grass. It made the theme look so plush! This is not only a backdrop, it could be a photo area too.

  1. Classic Garden Sophistication

The Evoke Company

Photo: The Evoke Company | Design: Be Designed Events

Nothing screams garden wedding than a grassy venue decked out with florals. Want to make yours stand out? Use a variety of textures and shapes. Here, the backdrop was adorned with fresh flowers and greenery as well as large preserved leaves. The pampas grass gave it a “fuller” look and meshed everything together beautifully.

  1. Beach Wedding Extravaganza

Chris & Ruth Photography

Photo: Chris & Ruth Photography | Planning and Design + via: Tie the Knot Santorini

Did we tell you not to be afraid to play with different shapes? Taken alone, this triangular backdrop may seem like it’s too geometrical for a nature-themed wedding. The stylist didn’t even need flowers to make everything blend so seamlessly. The natural color of the pampas grass will always be a classic but using it in different colors also gives it a distinctive feel. Peach colored pampas grass looks so beautiful against Santorini’s blue waters.

  1. Boho Chic

Andrew Morton Photo

Photo: Andrew Morton Photo // Event Design & Venue: Allenbrooke Farms // Floral Design: Foxglove & Heather

We heard you liked rustic and this is as rustic as it gets. Using natural and unprocessed wood, tied together with greens, flowers, and pampas grass-this arch looks divine! Simple as it is, all the elements look so compatible with each other. Even the macrame looks so good with the pampas grass. All elements were tied to each other making a cohesive rustic theme look so put together.

  1. Classic Indoor Elegance

DAVID JENKINS PHOTOGRAPHY

Photo: David Jenkins Photography Floral Design Joseph Massie, via Bridal Musings

You can never go wrong with a classic setup. This is a great indoor wedding, the venue looks bright and airy, and the walls are immaculately white. With the use of glassware, candles, and ornate roses, the stylist amped up the elegance by adding pampas grass to the structures. It works beautifully even indoors!

Sources:
https://www.tidewaterandtulle.com/2018/05/unique-pampas-grass-wedding-ideas.html

https://www.brides.com/story/wedding-trend-pampas-grass
https://bloomberryandco.com/
https://www.pinterest.ca/itsvintagebash/pampas-theme-wedding-decor-ideas/

Wedding Trend Alert: 20 Incredible Pampas Grass Wedding Ideas

https://www.weddingwire.ca/wedding-ideas/pampas-grass-wedding-decorations–c2239

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