Your love is in full bloom this spring, and so are a multitude of colorful flowers. Spring is a wonderful season in which to host your nuptials for a number of reasons. The hustle and bustle of the holidays are over, the weather is clearing from the rain and snow, and your favorite flowers are finally blossoming once again. If stunning blooms are one of your biggest must-haves for your wedding, then spring is the perfect time of year for your special day.
Springtime and color go hand-in-hand, especially when it comes to flowers. Even classic all-white creations take on a whole new look when paired with seasonal varities. See the following images for further inspiration on which bouquet is ideal for the theme of your upcoming soirée, and click on each photo to see more from these real weddings!
This powdery pigment is very popular around springtime, as seen in painted eggs and other Easter-inspired décor. The muted tones are ideal for the bride – or bridesmaid – who envisions a softer, elegant touch or simply wants to avoid too much color on the big day. Photo by Bonnie Sen Photography; Floral Design by Amaryllis Floral & Event Design
From punchy purple hues, to tangerine tones, to a color scheme of sea blue, a multicolored bouquet is a great way to show your guests your love of whimsy, color, and springtime. The possibilities are endless, so consult with your florist about how many and which bright colors prove to pair well together. Photo by Paul Barnett Photographer; Planning & Design by Victoria Weddings & Events
This is a fun, romantic choice for a feminine bride. It’s a pop of color, while still maintaining an air of sophistication and warmth. You may even wish to offset a lush ivory bridal bouquet with bridesmaids holding miniature versions of your own in bright shades of pink. Photo by Carasco Photography
Bouquet Accented with Greenery
Maybe you have elected to incorporate little décor to your already beautiful venue. In this case, an understated display of fresh verdure might work very well for your bouquet. Greenery is a wonderful alternative for a springtime bundle and is usually less expensive than traditional bouquets full of blooms. Photo by Kesha Lambert Photography
From an opulent fête to an intimate gathering of 50 guests, white is a timeless choice for weddings of all themes. If you want subtle springtime details for your wedding (think: plush peonies), an all-white bouquet is a decision you’ll likely not regret. Photo by John Solano Photography; Floral Design by White Lilac Inc.; Planning & Design by Bob Gail Special Events