Are you getting married during your favorite season? Invite guests with a floral wedding invitation that features the flowers of the season! Autumn is the most popular wedding season, and our fall floral wedding invitations are simply stunning.
Our autumn designs range from apricot orange to deep maroon to rustic sunflowers. For a summer wedding, choose an attractive yet elegant watercolor invitation inspired by a garden. Summer colors include burgundy, pink, and olive. Are you getting married in the winter? Choose a wedding invitation with cream flowers and Christmas greenery such as pine and cedar.
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Spring Wedding Ideas
There’s something extra special about saying “I do” in the springtime. The trees and flowers are blooming, the sun is shining brighter, and everything appears to be renewed.
Spring wedding style is inherently elegant and romantic, with a focus on fresh and lighthearted elements that reflect the joy of the season—but what exactly does that mean when you’re trying to envision how to design your wedding? This informative and inspiring guide has everything you need to know, from spring wedding colors and flowers to beautiful ideas you can recreate for your own event.
Wedding Flowers Ideas
Consider yourself spoiled when it comes to wedding flowers if you’re having a spring wedding—and we mean that in the best way possible!
Not only do you have your pick of year-round flowers (hydrangeas, roses, lilies, orchids, dahlias), but you’re also in luck when it comes to some of the most sought-after blooms, such as peonies, which can be difficult or expensive to find out of season.
Tulips, muscari, anemones, daffodils, lilacs, hyacinths, hellebores, and poppies are among the other spring flowers.
Collaborate with your wedding florist to create arrangements that highlight the beauty of the flowers. For more formal weddings, stick to a few types of flowers and uniform centerpieces on your banquet tables.
If you want a more carefree look, don’t worry too much about the arrangements looking perfect or identical. Centerpieces that have a slightly undone appearance will give off a picked-from-the-garden vibe that is inviting and peppy for a spring wedding.