33 Unique Spring Wedding Ideas
There are so many advantages to having a spring wedding: The temperature is neither too hot nor too cold, spring wedding flowers (think blooms like lilacs and tulips) are readily available, and your venue options are pretty much limitless (no weather restrictions!). Spring is also the time of year that symbolizes renewal, which is a perfect metaphor for your big day. While there's lots to look forward to about planning a spring wedding, the process can still be overwhelming, especially when you consider the many seasonal color palettes and floral options you have to choose from. If you're having trouble deciding where to start in terms of decorations, we've put together some of our favorite wedding ideas for spring celebrations.
Ahead, you'll discover how couples paid homage to the season throughout their big days. From table settings that use traditional spring hues (like pastel pink and purple) to floral arrangements made up exclusively of tulips (a signature springtime bloom!), you're bound to find an idea that will inspire you. The best part? The hues and florals that have become so synonymous with this season can be incorporated in both obvious and subtle ways. Take this set up by Bustle Events, for example, which offers a small nod to the season. The pros scattered pink candles of varying heights down the table for dimension and a hint of color.
If you're still on the fence about the perfect time to tie the knot, these ideas might just convince you to book a spring wedding date. Click through for incredible ideas to steal for your own springtime event.
Spring wedding colors—like purple and pink—made a statement in this Clementine Botanical Art creation.
Peonies and Anemones
Moss Floral Design incorporated seasonal pastel hues in this bride's bouquet by using soft pink peonies, Japanese anemones, and garden roses.
This towering, ombré eight-tier confection by Madison Lee's Cakes was the focal point of this spring reception.
Nothing says spring quite like tulips. That's why Designer Dana scattered single pink tulips throughout this arrangement of white hydrangeas.
Work spring wedding colors into every detail of your warm-weather big day. These pink Himalayan sea salt favors, created by Arielle Fera Events, were a perfect, albeit unexpected, nod to the season thanks to their blush hue.
Violette's Flowers put together this simple centerpiece of eucalyptus leaves; knotted pink napkins celebrated the season.
The end of winter marks the perfect time to start gardening. Encourage guests to do so by sending them home with seed packet favors.
Is there a prettier spring color palette than pink and white? This Bouquet Omaha bundle included garden roses in the two colorways, along with a little bit of greenery.
Classic spring wedding colors—pink, purple, and white—all made an appearance in this Wen Floral Design Studio ceremony arch. We can't take our eyes off of those hanging blooms.
EJD Design paid homage to the season by working in floral motifs into even the smallest details in this reception—including the table numbers.
Colorful candles emphasized the spring color palette of this Meesterlijk Groen arrangement.
Bring the garden indoors by placing a floral arrangement underneath a hanging display. Erba Floral Studio filled the space below this seating chart with dahlias, garden roses, and greenery.
Outdoor and Indoor Venue
The wonderful weather this time of year means you can host your ceremony either inside or outside. Make like this couple and choose a venue—like Barr Mansion pictured here—that has a little bit of both.
When using dark colors on your spring invitations, make sure to keep it minimal. This suite from Etsy used just enough white space and floral designs to feel in-season.
A pink dahlia, garden rose, and greenery display by Noonan's Wine Country Designs made this ceremony feel like a secret garden.
Red and Pink
Lilies of the Valley
This truly unique bouquet by Laetitia C. Fleurs was made up of only lilies of the valley—a traditional in-season bloom.
For an eye-catching seasonal arrangement, use just one type of flower in your centerpieces. Hot pink tulips spilled over the sides of this iteration by Piet Van Kampen.
To bring spring to the forefront of this event, EJD Design crafted floral place cards and menus to mark each guests' seats.