Last year was all about pastels, soft and lights colours, but this year brides changed to more bolder and brighter colours. One of the biggest wedding trends is swapping the blushes and pastels for hot pink and bright orange. I will show you how you can incorporate these bold and bright colours into different aspects of your wedding.
Getting married in spring has many advantages, but the main advantages are the beautiful flowers, which will be in season. What does this mean for you? You will have easier and cheaper access to blooms such as peonies, roses, ranunculus and tulips. The best part is that all these flowers can match this new trend and are easily incorporated into your wedding bouquet.
This new spring trend can also be very well incorporated into the buttonholes of the groom and his groomsmen. If these colours are too bright for you, you can consider combining them with some greenery or another white flower.
A nice eye catcher is a big centrepiece on each table. The best idea for a spring wedding is a floral centerpiece, because flowers are very spring-like! Choose your flowers according to the colours of your theme and taste. If you would like to have very bright flowers in your centerpieces it might be a good idea to mix them with white or pastel colours to give it a bit more of a rustic touch.
There are many ways to incorporate colour into your wedding decorations. Think of table runners, candles or paper lanterns. You can also create a stunning focal point that doubles as a photo backdrop. Think about materials that are easily customizable like tissue paper, balloons, garlands of greenery or colourful paper flowers.
We have sadly come to the end of this month’s blogs about spring weddings. I hope everything we have discussed in these four weeks brought you some new ideas and inspiration for your own wedding. Do not forget that when it comes to selecting the best month for your wedding many factors should be considered, but in the end it all comes down to your own expectations and desires!