With Spring being all about growth, life and new starts, there isn’t a better time to have your big day! If you’re planning a Spring Wedding, here’s seven things you need to do…
1. Give Spring-Themed Wedding Favors
We’ve all seen endless chocolate favors and scented soaps, so it’s without a doubt that your guests would have seen these too! The season of Spring is all about growth and life, so why not give a wedding favor that reflects this. After all, chocolates just get eaten before your guests have even left…
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Seeds are a great idea for a Spring wedding. Plus, they carry a beautiful metaphor that your guests can take home with them. If displaying them in a wheel barrow is a little too messy for your liking, lay them out on a table on top of a printed table runner.
Our jacquard floral table runner is perfect for Spring.
A succulent is another great Spring wedding favor that carries the same metaphor of growth and love.
2. Have A Quintessentially Spring Bouquet
Just as a Winter wedding wouldn’t be complete without sprigs of holly, a Spring bridal bouquet needs flowers that bloom in Spring time.
Traditional Spring flowers include:
- Cherry blossoms
- Apple blossoms
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This pastel pink and green peony bouquet perfectly captures the spirit of Spring.
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This mix of tulips and lillies is great for those who like a more understated approach.
3. Utilize The Outdoors
Spring is all about the resurrection of nature. Bring this in to your wedding by having a cozy outdoor space at your reception or ceremony. An outdoor bar, seating area, or even photo booth will give your wedding those happy Spring vibes.
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A cosy wigwam will make a unique spot for your guests to chill out and catch up. Recreate this cute look by layering up cozy blankets and printed pillow covers.
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Forget Instagram frames! This cute and rustic frame is super fun for your guests to take photos in!
4. A Floral Arch Canopy
Whether you plan to have your wedding inside or in the great outdoors, a floral arch canopy is sure to take your wedding to that fairytale level. Keep it fresh and pretty by opting for nudes, creams and whites and integrate pretty fabrics such as lace and crochet.
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These hanging roses make this canopy the definition of dreamy.
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This cherry blossom canopy brings the outdoors inside in classiest way.
5. Pastel Bridesmaid Dresses
Pastel bridesmaid dresses are always a stunning choice and the demure, fresh palette makes them an ideal choice for a Spring wedding.
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Go for flowy, feminine fabrics such as tulle. Leave heavy satin’s for Fall and Winter weddings.
6. Cover Your Tables In Flowers
Spring is all about new blooms, so there really is no such thing as too many flowers! When it comes to your dining tables, use Spring flowers to create dramatic, yet demure centerpieces. Believe me when I say, you’re guests will remember these for years to come…
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Now this is making a statement! Soft beige table cloths are uplifted to new heights by an array of stunning flora. Note how the flowers are all at different heights here, giving the table center a ‘full’ look.
Get the look with our stunning hand painted floral rectangular table cloth.
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If you are looking for a more rustic vibe, this simple, indoor table layout is perfect for you. Combine classic white roses with Spring florals and leafy greens for something truly stunning. High pillared candles will add to the cottage-like, undone vibes.
Our chic jacquard table runner will make the perfect base for your stunning centerpiece.
7. Don’t Toss Confetti
Confetti tossing has become somewhat of an overused cliche. Instead of giving out confetti to toss on the send away, try dried flower petals instead. After all, rose petals are far better for the environment (and the poor person who has to clear up after your wedding).
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Lavender is another great alternative to confetti.
Looking to add something different to your wedding. Here’s some beautiful wedding color palettes you may not have considered.