Top 20 Spring Wedding Ideas

  1. Spring Venue: Bring the outdoors in; we can’t control the weather but we can certainly create the feeling of a fresh spring day inside. By using simple seasonal blossom, your indoor wedding or marquee can be transformed.

  2. Spring Flowers: Go big, go bright with your bouquet whilst keeping it romantic. Use in season flowers such as amaryllis, forget-me-nots, lavender and stargazer lilies.

  3. Spring Colours: Pick a bright colour and mix it with dusty blues, blush pinks, greys, lilacs and sage.

  4. Spring Lighting: Although spring brings us sunnier weather, we still need to think about simple low lighting for ambiance, think fairy lights, lanterns, vertical string lights and candles.

  5. Spring decorations: Simple, vintage and rustic; use Mason Jars with candles or flowers, lantern centre pieces, a flower wall or hanging flowers, bunting and umbrellas.

  6. Spring Invites: Give your guests a sneak peak of your wedding theme and colours through the invites. Use floral patterns, keeping the design either very simple or go for maximum elegance with colours, swirly fonts and illustrations.

  7. Spring clothing for the bride: Find your inner boho; it’s all about the floral and lace inspired midi-length dress. And whilst the weather is starting to brighten up, it’s likely to get chilly; don’t forget your cover up!

  8. Spring clothing for the groom and groomsmen: Experiment by incorporating those bright colours to tie in with the flowers and decoration. Perhaps a lightweight suit in a soft grey with a colourful tie or bowtie.

  9. Bridesmaids: Light, floaty maxi dresses; think floral, colourful or pastels.

  10. Bridal party footwear: Be prepared; the good old British weather can change at any moment. Rain requires the flat, closed shoe or boot like footwear, even wellington boots! However, when the sun comes out, its time for sandals and flip flops! You can never have enough shoes!

  11. Sweet treat for guests: A confectionary cart, pick ‘n’ mix sweets and candyfloss will be in keeping with the bright and pastel colours of your wedding, whilst providing your guests with a sweet treat.

  12. Spring Bridal Hairstyles: If you’re planning on having your hair up, go for a loose updo with thin strands pulled out to give a soft look. Or if you’d prefer, keep your hair down with long wavy curls; think simple and carefree.

  13. Spring drinks: Fruity cocktails such as Pimms, cucumber margaritas and mojitos. Why not offer a fresh spring drink with a flower accessory or infuse your champagne with your chosen seasonal flower such as lavender.

  14. Spring food: British spring time favourites include dishes such as lamb, pea soup, and mackerel. Desserts include citrus tarts and lemon meringue pie, and poached rhubarb and elderflower sabayon.

  15. Spring wedding cake flavours: Veer away from the traditional buttercream filling and consider a fresh strawberry puree filling or a lemon cake with blackberry filling. If chocolate is your thing, fill with chocolate cherry ganache.

  16. Spring wedding cake designs and decoration: The cake should be simple with little to no frosting on the outside of the cake. Go for a rustic appearance, whilst incorporating fruit and flowers such as sprigs of lavender.

  17. Spring wedding favours: Just a little something to say thank you to your guests; pop cakes in vases to look like flowers, lace lolly pops, and popcorn are all in keeping with the spring wedding theme.

  18. Spring Table layout: Use different shaped tables, circles, squares and rectangles in line you’re your spring wedding décor; square lanterns but circular mason jars.

  19. Spring Transportation: It’s all about an open air ride for spring; bicycles, open top cars and horse and cart.

  20. Spring wedding costs: A spring wedding can be inexpensive or at least cheaper than other seasonal weddings as the theme allows you to use recycled or budget items including DIY invites, home-made bunting and recycled jars.

 

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