Spring wedding flowers provide a constant source of inspiration and joy. Whether you prefer bold or restrained colours, or delicate or robust blooms, your spring choices are seemingly endless. And even your venue’s on your side.
Spring Wedding Flowers: A Wealth of Choices
Of course, modern brides and grooms can get hold of many types of flowers year-round. So, if you like roses, you can feature them in your bouquets, displays and table settings whenever you choose to wed. Indeed, pay a bit more, and most blooms can be tracked down out of season.
But why not embrace your chosen season by using the blooms that are flowering naturally? It’s not only a question of saving a few bob. But it’s also an opportunity to work with nature — while sparing the environment the jet fuel and pollution that importing blooms often involves.
And you needn’t see using seasonal blooms as a sacrifice. Especially in the springtime, locally sourced flowers can deliver all the zing or restrained elegance of more exotic imports. Indeed, spring wedding flowers are arguably the most beautiful of the year.
Some Favourite Spring Wedding Flowers
Interflora provides a list of flowers that brides and grooms often choose for their spring weddings, many of which are fragrant:
- Lily of the Valley
- Sweet pea
But those are just some of your options. So talk to your florist to explore all your choices. And don’t forget to discuss the many sorts of greenery and other fillers that are available at this time of year. If you’re lucky with your timing, you may even be able to feature branches of blossoms in your garlands.
Read more about spring wedding bouquets and flowers on the Hitched website.
Few have any regrets about choosing spring weddings. Many see it as a natural choice: a new life beginning in a season of newness.
One thing’s for sure. Spring flowers should make you even more happy with your choice of wedding date.
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