Spring Wedding Flowers

 

Popular Spring wedding flower choices include hyacinths, sweet peas and freesias. Typically, Spring blooms are available in a wide variety of pastel shades and are also highly scented bouquets. Other seasonal favourites for couples include tulips, daffodils, and forget-me-nots which can add subtle texture to all forms of floral arrangements on your special day. From stylish pastels to vibrant oranges and yellows, Spring blooms offer an abundance of choice and availability for lavish centrepieces. 

If you’ve managed to bag a Spring wedding date you are already blessed with lighter nights, warmer weather and a priceless optimism for the Summer and happy memories to come. Throughout the Spring months, beautiful flowers are everywhere and readily available from hundreds of suppliers. 

March, April and May ceremonies will always look stunning when dressed with muted tone arrangements. Pale pastels add a delicate and ethereal touch to your dynamic and some of the most sophisticated choices include china blue hyacinths and cream and peach roses. 

As much as we love a soft and tasteful colour palette, for couples lusting after a bright and vibrant wedding, playful rainbow shades are a brilliant choice. 

 

Bold And Bright Choices

 

 Parrot tulips, cosmos flowers and clematis can add enough colour and wonder to emulate a National Trust garden and can complement any setting. With warmer weather, bouquet shapes tend to get looser and more relaxed which adds a surprisingly significant amount of natural style to a delicate Spring look. 

It would not be just to discuss Spring flowers without a particular nod to Peonies. Arguably the most popular choice for brides during all seasons, the texture of an intricate peony coupled with a succulent shade palette is an all-time favourite for beautiful nuptials. In addition to their striking appearance, peony’s flower meaning translates simply to ‘a happy marriage’ making it a fitting choice for all couples. Big blousy peonies coupled with roses can create a truly whimsical and romantic bouquet. 

 

Spring is a wonderful time of year to marry, if only for the beautiful flowers!

If you’re saying ‘I do’ in Spring you’ll be spoilt for choice. Other popular spring wedding flowers include anemones, narcissi and ranunculus. 

The other real benefit of marrying in spring, of course, is that most of the must-have wedding flowers are naturally in bloom, meaning they’re easier and cheaper to source. 

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