Lush boxwood adds a natural element to decor for everything from weddings to dinner parties. Hang boxwood garlands from the ceiling, arrange boxwood balls as centerpieces, or use boxwood mats as backdrops. The event decorating options are endless. Here are some ways to decorate with boxwood.

1. Welcome Them to Wonderland. (via Martha Stewart Weddings)

1. Welcome Them to Wonderland. (via Martha Stewart Weddings)

1. Boxwood Wedding Backdrop
Hang our large boxwood grass mats as a wedding ceremony backdrop. Various shades of green add depth and a realistic look to the mats. Spray-paint an urn dark green, top it with our faux boxwood ball and place it in front of the boxwood backdrop.

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2. Carolina Herrera's pick. (via BRIDES)

2. Carolina Herrera’s pick. (via BRIDES)

2. Table Accents
Add some green to a tablescape with pinks, black, white, and gold with these 4-inch boxwood balls placed next to the flower arrangements.

3. From above. (via Vogue)

3. From above. (via Vogue)

3. Boxwood Chandeliers
Keep your wedding or event tables simple and modern with white linens, white plates, and clear glassware and suspend bunches of long, free-flowing boxwood strands dotted with white flowers above the table.

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4. Wedding chairs.

4. Wedding chairs.

4. Wreaths
For the bride’s and groom’s seats, hang our preserved boxwood wreaths from the backs of their chairs with a large ribbon.

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5. Enchanted elegance. (via the knot)

5. Enchanted elegance. (via the knot)

5. Boxwood Garlands
Hang preserved boxwood garlands above opulent dining tables to create this fairytale wedding look.

6a. Preppy stripes. (via BRIDES)

6a. Preppy stripes. (via BRIDES)

6. Wedding Ceremony Details
All eyes will be on your ceremony details when boxwood ball topiaries line the aisle. Use ribboned boxwood wreaths hung from the backs of chairs to mark reserved seats.

6b. Reserved seats. (via BRIDES)

6b. Reserved seats. (via BRIDES)

7. Under glass.

7. Under glass.

7. Cloches
Display preserved boxwood balls and other objects under elegant glass cloches for a unique non-floral centerpiece.

8. Big and tall.

8. Big and tall.

8. Modern Entrance
Place our large, 16-inch boxwood balls on top of tall pedestals to create a stately entrance for a wedding or event.

9. Informal topiaries. (via Real Simple)

9. Informal topiaries. (via Real Simple)

9. Topiaries
Preserved boxwood and asparagus ball topiaries add charm to event spaces. Group topiaries in galvanized zinc trays to dress up window sills or accent tables.

10. Backyard reception. (via Martha Stewart Weddings).

10. Backyard reception. (via Martha Stewart Weddings).

10. Indoor Garden
Create the feel of a blooming indoor garden in your reception tent for a classic wedding with hydrangeas arranged in urns and table centerpieces of garden roses, peonies, and greenery. Finish by hanging flowering boxwood garlands above the tables.

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THE SOURCES
1. Martha Stewart Weddings. 2. BRIDES. 3. Vogue/Pinterest. 4. Pinterest. 5. the knot. 6. BRIDES. 7. Bell jars. Photo: Peter Tak. 8. Pinterest. 9. Real Simple. 10. Martha Stewart Weddings.