Spring is one of the loveliest seasons for flowers, and when you put spring together with a wedding, the flowers are even more beautiful! There are many wonderful options for spring wedding bouquets and centerpieces. Get inspired by these pretty flowers for spring weddings.
A very good place to start is by choosing your flower colors. A general trend for this year is wedding flowers in very soft and romantic palettes, which happens to tie in perfectly with the pastel blossoms that symbolize the spring season. Think about the colors you choose in conjunction with the bridesmaid dresses and bridesmaid jewelry. For instance, shades of pink tulips would be very pretty with dresses in the popular blush color. Combine the same tulips with flowering cherry blossom branches for very romantic centerpieces.
An all white or cream bouquet is a wonderful choice for a spring bride. A loose arrangement of white One thing that is so special about spring are the flowers that are only in season for those couple of glorious months. If you really want your bouquets and centerpieces to fully embrace the season, choose spring bulbs that are not readily available the rest of the year. Hyacinth are a fantastic wedding flower, particularly as they come in a lovely blue shade. Little grape hyacinth (muscari) are a lovely accent to a spring bouquet done in shades of lilac and lavender. Combine sweet peas, muscari, and ruffly French tulips into one incredibly romantic bouquet. This bouquet is so pretty that it would be a fantastic alternative to a white bouquet for the bride. Picture it with a lovely chiffon gown for a spring garden ceremony. Carry it into the centerpiece design by displaying the same types of flowers falling over the sides of a clear glass footed vase or small stone garden urn.peonies, creamy cabbage roses, and fragrant freesia would be stunning. Greenery will be an important element in this year’s wedding flowers, which is nice as it helps to add a natural style and also fills out a bouquet affordably. Add surprising green accents like bells of Ireland for a charming detail. If you are going for a more woodsy feel, dripping fern leaves will do nicely for your greenery.Another spring flower that is delightful for weddings is the mini daffodil. It is hard to resist the charm of this sunny yellow blossom. The yellow and cream combination is particularly nice for wedding florals. Plant a row of mini daffodils in cache pots for delicate centerpieces with a lot of impact. Or mix the little yellow flowers in among tulips and roses for great bridesmaid bouquets. A yellow bouquet makes a very fresh contrast against spring green bridesmaid dresses worn with white pearl bridesmaid jewelry. It is perfect for a country chic wedding.
No discussion of spring wedding flowers would be complete without mentioning the lily-of-the-valley. The tiny white blossoms are the traditional flower for the month of May, and they are the ideal classic bouquet for a May bride. Because lily-of-the-valley is such a small flower, they are usually made into very small posies. This would be the perfect bouquet for a petite bride to carry down the aisle for her spring wedding.