Springtime is right around the corner, and we are dying for some cheerful color and warmer weather. You truly can’t beat a delicate pastel palette after months of cold, gray days. We’re going to embrace those soft springy pinks, lavenders, and peaches for this edition of spring wedding inspiration.
What says spring more than tulips and daffodils? We’re so in love with this pink double bloom tulip paired with the white and salmon “Pink Charm” daffodils. Adding the lavender Grey Knight roses alongside silvery Quicksand roses makes this bouquet begin to feel extra festive. We’ll tuck in some dark purple ranunculus and two-tone sweet peas to create some depth throughout the bouquet, and peach stock with pink gentista will add the finishing touches.
Spring Wedding Details
You had better go grab a handkerchief because we can tell you’re about to be drooling over these incredible Jenny Yoo dresses in mix and match pastel colors. If you have your heart set on a certain style of dress for your bridesmaids but want to add a little flair for your girls, consider styling them in similar (but not necessarily the same) soft colors to create a cohesive look. Cover cocktail tables with springy blush fabric and add twinkling candles on top for guests to have a nice spot to rest in between dancing.
The effortless elegance of the calligraphy on these invitation pieces makes it hard to look away! The soft gray detail works well with the light color scheme of the wedding, and the blush envelope is the perfect way to tie in a subtle bit of the pastels in play throughout the event. For a fun, unexpected peep of color under your wedding dress, Ted Baker’s Skalett heels are so chic and fun.
Don’t forget the sweets! Create a signature cocktail inspired by your wedding colors. These “Blushing Bride” cocktails are made with peach schnapps, grenadine, and champagne, with a festive sprig of lavender to top it off. And what better way to accentuate the season than with a beautiful tower of spring-inspired French macarons? Macarons are such a fun easy-to-eat dessert, and stacking them up categorized by color is a stylish way to bring your theme and color palette full circle.
Are you planning a spring wedding? We hope these bits of inspiration spark some strokes of genius as plans for your day come together.
Bridesmaid Dresses: J. Layne Photography
Tables: Kim Box Photography
Invitation Suite: Coral Pheasant
Heels: Ted Baker
Cocktails: Simply Bloom Photography
Macaron Tower: Arelio Sweetbox