Springtime is a time of rebirth and renewal as the days grow longer, and the temperature rises. Flowers and pastel colors are typical of this season. Both elements work well as part of a spring wedding decor. Viva Wedding Photography recommends taking inspiration for your wedding from the season itself. Read on to find out the things that have us anticipating spring. Remember, though, that you may use these arrangements and ideas year-round.
Rustic Spring Wedding Decor Ideas
1. Seed Packet Escort Cards
The spring season always makes this a top choice for brides and grooms. Small seed packets, mainly those decorated vintage, may serve as adorable wedding favors. Exhibit them in a wheelbarrow or with clothespins for an authentic farmhouse effect.
2. Succulent Wedding Favors
When we think of spring wedding favor ideas, one of our favorite themes is plants. Favors like these tiny succulent plants in pots are cute (and low maintenance), but you could also give guests packets of seeds for your favorite flower or vegetable.
3. Colorful Spring Wedding Theme Glassware
Want to spruce up your reception tables right this second? The addition of colored glasses is essential! Don’t worry if your glasses don’t all fit together perfectly. A mishmash of shapes and sizes will enhance the party’s whimsical atmosphere as long as they share the same color scheme.
4. Pastel For The Bridesmaid Dresses
Bridesmaid dresses for spring often include delicate hues and fluid materials. If pink and blue are too traditional for your taste, sage green or lilac gowns might be perfect for your bridesmaids.
5. Greenhouse Wedding Venue
Since flowers, plants, and other details are already abundant in a blooming garden or conservatory, you can avoid using less spring wedding decor. Because of this, you’ll have more money to spend on things like a specialized bar or renting those vintage tufted chairs you’ve had your eye on.
6. Floating Wedding Candles
These candles are a simple and elegant way to add a touch of romance to any setting. It might be the sweetheart table, the pathway, the altar, or the entry to the reception.
7. Include Fluffy Friends
The “awws” can now be played. Follow the example of this adorable lamb and give your tiny guests (dogs, cats, rabbits) floral headpieces. Indeed they will draw the attention of guests.
8. Old Wellington Boots
Have some fun in the rain if it’s predicted. Plants in old Wellington boots can be displayed outside doors or down the aisle. This is the perfect spring wedding decor idea for weddings on a farm or in a bar.
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9. Taper Candles
Taper candles are the next best thing to rose and peony-filled centerpieces when creating a romantic atmosphere during a wedding. Tall vases are perfect for displaying if your location needs open flames to be covered.
10. Fairylights Wedding Decor
Even if the nights are coming, there’s still time to use decorative lighting. You may drape fairy lights across a courtyard, around trees, or even make a curtain out of them.
11. Beautiful Natural Wedding Stamps
We’ve got you covered if you are looking for unique spring wedding decoration ideas. Beautiful botanical, floral, arboreal, avian, and insect stamps printed on invitations, wedding signs, napkins, and more add a unique touch when real flowers can’t be used.
12. French-style Bistro Wedding Chairs
Take a moment to consider the chairs. Outdoor garden weddings look great with bistro chairs in the French style. Choose Chiavari chairs for a more traditional wedding! And for a greenhouse or orangery theme, go with a set of ghost chairs.
13. A Bowl Of Fresh Fruit
The centerpiece of a table can be fresh fruit. Create a centerpiece by tumbling fresh apricots among peach flowers, lanterns, and candles or by tucking lemons into large bowls lined with pretty linens.
14. Wedding Confetti Stand
Make a large rattan basket for guests to grab handfuls of confetti. Using a confetti stand instead of individual packets is better for the environment and adds a fun touch to any spring wedding theme.
15. Shabby Chic Ladders
Ladders with a shabby, stylish aesthetic have been popular for some time but are not too familiar. You can use them as shelves for your pre-mixed cocktail jugs, hang Polaroid pictures, incorporate them into your dessert performance, or set up a makeshift photo booth by placing a backdrop between two ladders.
16. Wedding Macrame Hanger
We’re sure you will love macramé hangers and pastel ribbons as altar backdrops. Use it as a photo backdrop to decorate chairs or create partitions in your waiting area.
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Floral Spring Wedding Ideas For Decorations
17. Floral-Printed Invitations
As the first glimpse of your wedding’s aesthetics that your guests will get, the formal invitation suite is an important part of the planning process. Incorporate your featured flower into your invitation in some way, be it an illustration, motif, or even the envelope liner.
18. Flower Ice Cocktails
Garnishing cocktails with aesthetic elements is one of the best spring wedding decoration ideas, especially with these. The ice cubes feature floral designs, and the sprig garnishes are fastened to the coupe with a miniature clothespin. Of course, these would be perfect for the cocktail hour, but we think they’d be a nice touch at a ceremony held outside in the fresh air.
19. Consider Floral Jumpsuits
Keep in mind that the attire of the bridal party has a significant impact on the mood of the wedding. As much as we enjoy floral-print bridesmaid dresses, we can’t help but suggest these pastel-colored patterned jumpsuits instead.
20. Give the Groomsmen Boutonnieres
If you want the groomsmen to feel like they contributed to the wedding’s aesthetic, have them each pin a single seasonal flower to their lapel. Take a group photo of all the boutonnieres before you start handing them out (name cards aren’t required, but they’re a nice touch).
21. Wear a Floral Frock
Wear a floral print dress to take the spring wedding theme to its literal conclusion. There is no better time than now to break the all-white norm.
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22. Flower Crown
The ladies at your party might look lovely in pink if they wear it in various tones and styles. This is the time of year when a flower crown is a perfect accessory.
23. Floral Arch
Add some flair to the entrance to your ceremony or reception. Making it the party’s highlight is simple when it looks and smells like this flower arch.
24. Flower Curtain Backdrop
As one of the most useful spring wedding ideas, a flower curtain can be recreated with virtually any structure or flower. However, you can achieve a more modern style using natural materials like wooden boards, branches, and metal arches instead of a square frame and white flowers.
25. Floral Wedding Drink Station
Use flowers and plants in the season to adorn your bar or drink station. Some examples include jasmine, forsythia, cherry blossoms, lilacs, roses, and peonies. You want to find a way to amaze your guests. If you want to impress your guests, hire a champagne truck or mobile bar.
26. Patterned Dinner Plates
If you find using plain white plates too dull, try mixing in some patterned plates instead. Floral patterns and Chinese art are perfect for spring wedding decor, but you may find more options at the venue, with the caterer, or with the event rental company.
27. Fancy Wedding Cake With Flowers
Flower decorations are a must on a spring wedding cake. The florist will likely have some extra roses, ranunculus, peonies, dahlias, and greenery that they can use to decorate your wedding cake. Flowers made of sugar or gum paste can be used instead of real ones. Naked or partially naked cakes, or those decorated with ruffles, ribbons, or fondant flowers, are also stunning choices.
28. Cherry Blossom Trees
The addition of spring wedding decoration ideas, especially cherry blossom trees, instantly warms up and enlivens any space. Large trees are a great way to fill a room with natural beauty and provide visual interest without overwhelming a high ceiling. Greenery in abundance works well with a woodland or rustic theme, while cherry blossoms are more at home in a formal or fantastical setting.
29. Mini Daffodils Vase
Spring is in the air, and so are bouquets of daffodils and other narcissi, all of which can be had for next to nothing and still look lovely. Use them as a sweet spring centerpiece by placing potted versions on the tables, and send guests home with the plants as favors.
30. Spring Wedding Table Plan
Displaying the seating chart at your spring wedding reception unconventionally, such as on a trellis, pegboard, or rustic mirror, is a great way to inject some originality into the events. What about framing your idea with some beautiful spring wedding flowers? Your guests won’t be able to ignore it!
31. An Aisle Lined With Flowers
One famous spring wedding decoration idea is this stunning floral arrangement, which is perfect for a spring wedding but can be used year-round. Your florist can make it look like plants are growing down your aisle by using a variety of flowers, foliage, and concealed containers. Now you can immediately feel like you’re in a magical garden.
32. Vintage Wedding Bike
A vintage bicycle decked with a bouquet is a lovely addition to any wedding. And it can also serve as a signboard or a photo prop for the happy couple.
33. Trellis Entwined With Flowers
Infused with the joy of spring, trellises are a beautiful spring wedding decor for any garden. Decorate your reception with a trellis draped in flowers (natural or artificial), and use it to frame the bar, display your table plan, hide the walls you don’t like, or create partitions.
34. Set Up Floral Swings
Anyone may enjoy the thrill of a swing, not just kids. All of your guests will have a great time on a swing, and it will look great in your wedding photos. Give way to your inner child and swing in this flower-filled space. It’s a great way to spend cocktail time; the resulting photos will turn out beautifully.
35. Embroidered Veil
In addition to being a timeless classic, a lavish floral-embroidered veil is a wonderful complement to a spring wedding theme. A veil can also be a stylish finishing touch for an updo or long hair.
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Viva Wedding Photography hopes that some of these spring wedding decor ideas will be useful to you. We also have seasonal versions of these articles for the fall and winter if you’re curious. Read our other posts for more information about weddings, engagements, and anniversaries.