Yes, indeed, spring is on its way and we’re excited to share these inspirational spring wedding ideas.
Stationery for Spring
1. Let’s start at the very beginning with some beautiful spring stationery. Introduce your spring flowers and colour palette through your chosen design.
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2. Of course, spring isn’t all about pastels and candy colours. Be bold and bright!
Image Courtesy of Shannon Kirsten
3. We love the contrast of this natural background with the hot pink flower.
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Tying the knot
4. If an outdoor ceremony is an option, why not go for it! Add colour by using seat pads in alternate shades.
Image Courtesy of Becca Rillo Photography
5. Introduce wild flowers by tying informal arrangements to your ceremony arch.
Image Courtesy of Jackie Cooper Photo
6. Add a pretty pomander to the end of each row.
Image Courtesy of Paul Rogers Photography at Wasing Park
7. Spring is always a slight unknown when it comes to the weather. Provide pretty umbrellas for your guests, should they wish to shelter from the sun or a spring shower!
Image Courtesy of Ray Kang Photography
8. Spring is all about flowers. Use them in abundance – even lining your outdoor aisle with petals and hanging arrangements from the trees.
Image Courtesy of Sara and Rocky Photography
9. If you are marrying in a church, consider decorating the door arch with flowers. It’s a wonderful spot for photographs.
Image Courtesy of Lola Rose Photography
10. This ceremony arch is breath-taking.
Image Courtesy of Gemma Williams Photography at Packington Moor
11. If you can find a cherry blossom tree… make it part of your celebration!
Image Courtesy of Amy Arrington Photography
12. Outdoor signage is not only useful, it looks lovely! Adorn with spring blooms.
Image Courtesy of Katie Drouet Photography
13. We love this unusual seating plan with fresh spring flowers.
Image Courtesy of The Wedding of my Dreams
14. This simple seating plan is framed with elaborate blooms.
Image Courtesy of Anneli Marinovich Photography at Iscoyd Park
15. Small floral arrangements can adorn chairs on the top table.
Image Courtesy of Elizabeth Anne Designs
16. Give each guest a miniature arrangement with their name to carry to the table. It’s a table decoration, place name and favour all in one!
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17. Acrylic is bang on trend. We love this stylish seating plan – perfect for a rustic barn or contemporary hotel.
Image Courtesy of Steven Michael Photography
18. Wild flowers and ‘just-picked’ arrangements create that springtime look.
Image Courtesy of Studio Rouge Photography
19. Natural wooden tables provide the perfect backdrop for a colourful ‘runner’ of flowers.
Image Courtesy of Stephen Karlisch Photography
20. When it comes to table décor, there is perhaps nothing prettier than crisp white linen with delicate pink napkins.
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21. Give a rustic barn a contrasting touch of glamour with beautiful chandeliers hanging from above.
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22. Tulips in springtime are a must. These candy colours evoke thoughts of Easter.
Image Courtesy of J Rabinowitz Photography
23. Quirky and fun, these mugs filled with roses welcome guests to your wedding reception.
Image Courtesy of Sarah Gawler Photography
24. Paper lanterns add interest from above, and yellow is a lovely choice for the season.
Image Courtesy of Hanging Lanterns
25. Interest from above once again, but this time in the form of fabulous florals. We love the calming addition of moss green, bringing the outside in.
Image Courtesy of Lettice Party
26. Soft, strawberry red and cornflower blue make a romantic spring colour palette.
Image Courtesy of Shawna Yarbrough & Damion Hamilton
27. There’s always time for an Easter egg hunt.
Image Courtesy of Lisa King Photography
Time to dine
28. Make sure your menu looks as gorgeous as the food tastes!
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29. Scones in springtime? Yes please!
Image Courtesy of Hayley Savage Photography
30. Introduce some vibrant colours in to your wedding cocktails.
Image Courtesy of Jinjabird Photography and Galloping Gourmet
31. Pimm’s is a classic choice for spring and summer weddings.
Image Courtesy of Photography by Vicki
32. Canapés should be colourful, seasonal and impressive.
Image Courtesy of Ed Brown Photography and Galloping Gourmet
33. Use locally sourced produce where possible.
Image Courtesy of Paul Willetts Photography and Galloping Gourmet
34. And go informal when it comes to evening dining.
Image Courtesy of Peter Redhead Photography
35. Miniature lemon meringue cheesecakes look the part for spring.
Image Courtesy of Bumpkin Betty
Your wedding favours
36. Only the prettiest of favour boxes will fit the bill for spring.
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37. Delight your guests with a Lindt bunny.
Image Courtesy of Olly Knight Photography
38. How about cotton candy for children? Their parents might not thank you… but the colour is just perfect!
Image Courtesy of Spun Cotton Candy
39. Seed packets make popular favours for spring.
Image Courtesy of Twenty Seven on Not on the High Street
40. … as does a lovely jar of honey.
Image Courtesy of Elisabeth Millay Photography
Your wedding cake
41. Leave the rich, jewel tones of winter behind and embrace a lighter, brighter spring palette. We love this fabulous cake in hues of peach and blush pink.
Image Courtesy of Compton and Kennedy
42. Why not present cupcakes in the centre of each table?!
Image Courtesy of Mad Hatter Cupcakery
43. Nothing is quite as stunning as a cake adorned with intricate sugar flowers.
Image Courtesy of Photography by Bea
44. The decadent naked cake is a great spring treat.
Image Courtesy of Red on Blonde Photography
45. The semi-naked cake is one of our favourites, rustic but elegant at the same time.
Image Courtesy of Crystal Stokes Photography
46. For an injection of colour, this painted cake is exquisite.
Image Courtesy of Cake Ink
As the sun goes down
47. As the evening draws in, entice guests to stay outside by hanging lights from trees.
Image Courtesy of Hopkins Studios
48. Illuminate the great outdoors, creating a magical scene.
Image Courtesy of Studio Impressions Photography
49. It’s a lovely idea to provide shawls for your female guests.
Image courtesy of Ashley McCormick Photography
50. And finally… keep guests cosy outside with a hot chocolate and hot apple cider bar.
Image Courtesy of Stone Wood Vintage
If you want to make sure your bridesmaids fit the style too, then these Pastel Yellow Bridesmaid Dresses would be just perfect!