“Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking.” When the legendary Miranda Priestly said this famous line in The Devil Wears Prada, she definitely wasn’t talking about weddings. A spring wedding comes at the perfect time of year to highlight pastel colours, gorgeous flowers and sunshine (we just love longer days).

If you are planning a spring wedding, there are so many fabulous ways to draw attention to the season, and choosing your favourite blooms will be high on the list. There are also beautiful colours to look at, decor ideas and food and drink inspiration to really embrace a spring wedding.

Planning a spring wedding and not sure where to start? Take a look at these seasonal ideas to make your day extra special and utterly gorgeous.

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Spring wedding colours

We are huge fans of pastels for spring. Opt for the classics, like blush pink and periwinkle blue, or choose something a little more unusual like the fruity tones of lemon and peach, lilac and white or green and grey!


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Floral patterns

Add a delicate and feminine touch to your dress, your bridesmaids dresses or the table linens with a pretty floral pattern.


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Bold and bright

Pastel tones aren’t for everyone. Embrace your bold and bright side with tropical decor and happy summer colours to put a smile on your guests’ faces.


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Seasonal flowers

Spring the is perfect time to walk down the aisle with a pretty bouquet full of gorgeous peonies! Other seasonal flowers we’re loving: tulips, calla lilies, roses, cherry blossoms, snap dragons, sweat pea, hyacinths, lilacs and delphiniums.


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Flower crown

Say yes to spring by incorporating a beautiful flower crown into your bridal look!


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Extra flowers

Why stop at a bouquet and centrepieces? Have flowers everywhere! Your ceremony backdrop or floral arch, line your aisle with trees and flowers, create a flower installation or take photos in front of a magnificent flower wall.





Use pretty petals, dried lavender or leaves as a creative confetti alternative.





Thank your guests for celebrating with you by giving them each a seed packet, pot plant or local wild honey.




Fresh fruit

Fresh fruit is delicious, so you could incorporate it into your menu or drinks, but it’s also pretty. How about using your favourite citrus fruits in your centrepieces?


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Floral cake

Allow the floral theme to extend to your beautiful wedding cake!


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Fruity drinks

Serve your favourite fruity drinks. Perhaps a floral cocktail, like a mojito with lots of fresh mint and lime, or an elderflower gin and rosemary cocktail? Don’t forget the Pimm’s, with strawberries, mint and cucumber.


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Water station

For those not drinking alcohol, display a fruity water station. Find big vintage style drinks jars with taps, fill them with ice, water and your favourite fruits (lemon, lime and watermelon).


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Kelly Jane Hartmann

Kelly is a former wedding planner and a lover of anything pink. She believes that any bride can plan her own wedding, with a few tips and helpful tools.

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