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Nature-Inspired, Spring Wedding Flower Decorations

If you are looking for spring wedding flowers and decorations, there are many ways for you to take advantage of the upcoming season in 2017. You can draw inspiration from scenes in nature, depictions of new beginnings—such as young birds in flight, sapling trees, gardening, and rays of sunlight breaking over the horizon. And, of course, flowers flowers flowers! Read on to open your mind and heart to nature's inspiration, and to make your wedding a spring delight:

Which Flowers Will You Choose For Your Wedding?

‘What kinds of flowers should I have at my wedding?’ you may ask. The following are just a few of the most popular springtime varieties of bridal flowers you can choose from:

Sweet peas. Darling little purple and lavender flowers, tiny and absolutely adorable, just as their name would suggest. Love these sweet peas!

Lilacs are light, lovely and oh-so-fragrant. Arrange these pink and fluttery flowers in a bridal bouquet or scatter them along the aisle.

Ranunculus are highly stylised, compact concentric whorls of petals that are beautiful in elaborate wedding bouquets as well as table centrepieces and flower arrangements.

Tulips. Evocative of spring, tulips are slim, slender and look beautiful in silver vases for modern weddings, or big and boisterous bunches for a wedding in the countryside.

Daisies, or gerberas daisies. Imbue your wedding event decorations with a rustic appeal using gerberas daises, or lend a rural sense of charm perfect for your countryside wedding or shabby chic theme.

Peonies. Yes, please! Round, feathery blossoms appear almost like scoops of ice cream. Peonies are just as sweet: best are soft pastels in light pink, canary yellow, and cream.

Hydrangeas. Like pom-poms with their big and beautiful blooms, hydrangeas will fill the room and make for quite a sight if you decide to use them in your wedding even decorations – try them as table runners or centrepieces.

Table centrepieces for spring weddings. Put some of those peonies or tulips to good use, too. Tie together a bunch of tulips or bundle several big and beautiful peonies, then arrange your flowers in a glass vase for guests to enjoy.

Alternatively, you can incorporate those same flowers into other components of your table decorations. Tuck fresh flowers into napkin arrangements at each place setting, or greet your friends and family with individual blossoms that instruct them on where to sit. You can easily tag each stem (a piece of heavy paper and twine). Different colours for the paper will correspond to a different table.

Spring Flower Arrangements at Every Turn

Spring offers so much in its flowers, in the energy and goodwill of the season, in its symbols, and sense and celebration for new beginnings. One such symbol of spring is the cherry blossom. Setting up an arrangement of cherry blossoms is a way to delight your guests as they arrive to celebrate your wedding. In tall vases, in doorways and entrances, and in your wedding venue's reception area, use branches decorated sprouting bright green flower buds and cherry blossoms. They are like spring’s own confetti, to celebrate the day you have been dreaming of.

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