Spring Wedding Flowers

Planning a wedding is always exciting, but a spring wedding brings an extra air of anticipation with it, an end to the long, dark winter days, the emergence of brightness and colour in nature, and a time of new growth and fresh beginnings.  

The use of a strong, vibrant colour is a popular choice for spring flowers and bouquets. Don’t be afraid to make a statement with a block colour that really ‘pops’, or mix colours to create an energetic and fun tone to your Wedding

While roses and the traditional wedding flowers are always beautiful, don’t underestimate seasonal spring flowers like daffodils or tulips. Not only are seasonal flowers easier on your pocket, it can be chance to create something more unique or distinctive to think outside the ‘classic wedding flower’ box

The ‘picked fresh from the garden’ look, which is trending again for 2020, is all about texture and having a good mix of flowers in the bouquet. Spring is a great time to go for the soft, dainty version of this style with lots of small headed flowers in season, and natural garden looking flowers such as clematis and veronica in season

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Use occasions such as St Patricks Day or Easter as inspiration for your wedding style. This doesn’t mean you have to have a green glitter hat for everyone in the Bridal Party, but the timing can be used as a starting point to deciding your wedding style, and can tastefully incorporated into your flowers or décor, like this green, white and gold bouquet

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