Spring wedding colours, flowers and nature’s backdrop!
Feb 19, 2021
Looking for inspiration for your spring wedding and don’t know where to start when it comes to spring wedding colours or flowers?
Spring is seen as the season of renewal and it’s therefore not surprising that many engaged couples choose a spring time wedding. It’s actually late spring that most opt for with 11% of couples choosing to get married in May and this is when wedding season really kicks off!
After a dark, cold and gloomy winter, spring is welcomed with open arms as we all look forward to coming out of hibernation!
Spring wedding colour palettes
Deep, rich winter tones move aside to more romantic pastel hues with many engaged couples looking to incorporate the calming tones of powder blue and muted lilacs or uplifting shades of dusky pink and sage green in 2021 and 2022 weddings. As we move into late spring we’ll also see the introduction of peach tones which add warmth and definition to your styling.
Spring time lends itself to garden led designs, quite literally bringing the outdoors in and what’s great is that depending on the month you get married, the venue’s outdoor space and gardens will likely be coming to life and providing you with a beautiful seasonal backdrop of colour and character. There’s nothing more romantic than seeing blossom trees in full bloom!
Spring wedding flowers
There’s a fantastic choice of spring wedding flowers to choose from. Lots that will bring a wild, unstructured feel to your floristry and emulate the season of spring. Again, depending on the month, you’ll have tulips, freesia, daffodils, roses, dahlias, daisies, sweet peas, poppies and the most popular spring wedding flower – the stunning peony! In fact we’ve known brides specifically choose May as their month to get married purely so they can have peonies at their wedding and we don’t blame them!
Bank Holiday wedding
As spring runs from March to June, it also incorporates Easter – one of the most popular times of the season for couples to get married. The long Easter Bank Holiday weekend and the May bank holidays are peak wedding dates and therefore if these spring dates are on the top of your list, we’d recommend speaking to venues and suppliers asap to avoid disappointment.
Don’t get caught in the backlog!