Spring is one of the most beautiful times of the year to get married with a great range of inspiration for spring wedding flowers to be taken from the fantastic flowers that are at your fingertips.
Whether you are looking for soft and romantic pastels, bright pops of colour, or deep berry tones – the season lends itself so well to all colour palettes.
A few examples of seasonal blooms that can be used to create sensational designs are:-
Scented Spring Wedding Flowers
This is also the perfect time to add delicate fragrances to your bouquet, with flowers such as:-
- Lily of the Valley
These flowers provide a perfume that cannot be replicated at any other time of the year.
A favourite spring flower is the Ranunculus, depending on how early in spring you are planning on getting married it can act as a great alternative to the ever so popular peony. With their incredibly delicate paper like petals, they come in a vast array of colours with the Hanoi Cloni blush pink variety proving to be one of the most sort after flowers for a spring bridal bouquet.
For a more natural bohemian styling, there are the muted tones of Anemones, tulips and pale blues of Grape Muscari available. Team these flowers up with other blooms such as David Austin Roses and Astilbe alongside lighter and darker foliage such as Eucaluptus, Olive and Asparagus Fern and it will help to create a type of bouquet that is proving ever increasingly popular with today’s bride.
To create a bouquet that celebrates colour, there are so many combinations that are possible. The bouquet doesn’t necessarily have to be mixed in colour to achieve this though. Beautiful designs can also be created with using tonal colour palettes with a possible inclusion of some lighter foliage can form eye popping show stoppers too.
More suggestions for spring wedding flowers and bridal bouquets.
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