Guess who’s just on the door? It’s Spring! With the rise in temperature and birds chirping, you can finally have a bright outdoor wedding without worrying about dry air. There’s something extra special about getting married during the spring months. It’s easier to find fresh flowers and supplies for your special day. Spring is about rebirth and renewal, it’s the best season to start your next chapter together as a married couple. If you have already started your spring wedding planning, here are some cool ideas to check upon.
The Pantone Color of the year is Classic Blue and the spring edition looks like this:
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Ditch red velvet and dark chocolate ganache for lighter flavors like lemon, raspberry, or vanilla for both the cake and the icing. Then dress your cake up or down with fresh flowers or succulents.
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Leave the dark tones of winter behind and brighten up your tablescapes with pops of pretty flowers. Greenery is totally on-trend, so why not incorporate it in a creative way.
Bridesmaid & Groomsmen
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Spring has sprung! Hence it’s officially all about cool and fun colors. Pastel colors like pistachio, pale pink, and robin’s egg blue are good options.
Feel The Invites
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Your formal invitation suite is a guest’s first glance into your wedding-day decor. If you’re featuring one signature flower (or even a variety), consider including it on your invite in the form of an illustration, motif, or even as an envelope liner.
You can decorate the entrance with lush green petals, just DIY, and it would look gorgeous, especially in spring. The lush greenery is not only super versatile but also easy to find and decorate. This elegant green aisle decor is just breathtaking to walk on.
The best part about a spring wedding is the flowers! Peonies, baby’s breath, tulips, daffodils, succulents, and eucalyptus are spring flowers that are readily available which you can use in myriad ways in your wedding.
Beat The Heat
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Beat the heat by having some cool drinks like margaritas, sangrias, and fruity cocktails. The addition of bright edible petals to colorless cocktails and drinks is a fun and pretty way to recharge your guests amidst the wedding ceremonies.
Nothing says, “It’s spring!” like a good ol’ fashioned floral dress. We love this Indian floral bridal dress combination. It looks exquisite and ethereal at the same time and is perfect for a spring wedding.
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