Our Favorite Au-Natural Wedding Accessories

Aisle Planner Au Natural Wedding Accessories
Photo courtesy Jenn Emmerling and LVL Weddings

With the popularity of boho soirées and earthy affairs on the rise, we’ve been all about au-natural wedding design details lately. From gilded leaves to chunky agate to textured wood, there’s nothing quite as inspiring as mother nature and all of her endless gifts when it comes to nailing down a wedding aesthetic. Today, then, we’ve scoured our favorite boho bridal shop, BHLDN, and rounded up some of the best of their brand-new, au-natural wedding accessories. Read on, and get ready for inspo that’s oh-so boho.

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We normally think of confetti as sparkly and shiny and colorful as all get-out, but lately we’ve seen some nature-inspired confetti work its way into the wedding market—and we’re absolutely loving it. We’re swooning over BHLDN’s Paper Feather Confetti. Tie some to each chair and have guests toss it as your processional begins. The larger size of the feathers will make for a crazy-cool photo opp. For a glam touch, we love their Gilt Feather Confetti or, for something for the cooler seasons, we’re obsessed with this leafy Copper Oak Confetti and this fall-inspired Autumn Evening Confetti.

Place Card Holders & Table Number Stands

We love the idea of working nature into your wedding at guest tables and individual place settings. Think: pine cones as place-card holders and gilded twigs to hold table cards. We love BHLDN’s Gingko Leaf Card Holder—if budget won’t allow for one at each place setting, consider using them at just your head table. For fall affairs, their Acorn Card Holder sets the perfect autumn-inspired tone and, for dessert-themed nuptials, we love the Succulent Card Holder. Our favorite of them all, though? This stunning Mango Wood Card Holder—its au-natural layers are sure to leave guests swooning.

Gilded Goods

You know what makes everything better? Dipping it in gold. (Can we get an Amen?) There’s just something so celebratory about the juxtaposition of understated, natural elements dipped in eye-catching gold. The options here are endless. Think about finding a pair of deer sheds and dipping the tips of them in gold—and then using the final product as a photo-booth prop, part of your centerpieces, or even in lieu of a ring pillow (have your ring bearer bring the rings down the aisle on the antlers). We’re also swooning over this stunning Love Birds Hanger by BHLDN—it will add a little something extra to those shots your photographer snaps of your dress while you’re getting ready. We also love the idea of gilded serving sets for your cake-cutting—try this Gilded Branch Serving Set or this Tree Blossom Serving Set. And, for place-settings that are sure to stop traffic, we’re swooning over this Gilded Agate Place Card Holder.


Ask anyone who was alive in the 70’s and they’ll tell you all about the magic of macrame. We love, then, that this swoon-worthy medium is making its way back into the wedding design world. Macrame can add such a soft and whimsical touch to nearly any affair. Opt for macrame chargers instead of plastic ones for place settings that are sure to wow, drape a sheet of macrame over the back of your chairs at your sweetheart table, or even use it as an overlay linen on your guest tables or cocktail rounds. Looking for maximum macrame impact? Opt for BHLDN’s stunning Macrame Backdrop—have your wedding planner set this showstopper up at your altar for the ceremony and then move it indoors where it can do a double-shift for the reception (as a photo booth backdrop, perhaps?).

About the Author

Gillian Griffith
Gillian Griffith

Gillian knows there’s nothing as deadly as a woman with good grammar, great nails and a strong backhand (think: tennis). She is based out of Las Vegas, Nevada, where she spends the sunny days with her family, her Louisiana Catahoula pup and, her ultimate love, a 1939 typewriter.

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