13:23 (GMT+2), Tue, 09 September 2014| Comments
Spring is here and it is so refreshing to see colour return to our wardrobes, gardens and homes! But it does not have to stop there, why not be bold and be inspired by spring when planning your wedding. From a soft pastel palette to bright coloured decor, there is something for every bride out there. Let's start with the groom for once :)
A lightweight suit, accessorized with a pastel bow tie, is a refreshing choice for spring. Avoid overheated groomsmen by opting for light-colored suits.
A tea-length dress is a charming choice for the season.
Be prepared for spring showers with rain boots (gumboots) that match your colour palette.
Cobalt bridesmaids dresses are a fit for every season; add a touch of whimsy with bright lollipops.
Add a touch of whimsy with butterfly-covered dresses or let each of your bridesmaids choose her own pretty pastel dress.
Have your bridesmaids carry Easter-inspired baskets down the aisle instead of bouquets.
Your flower girls will look adorable in a floral wreath. Too cute!
Take your flower girl and ring bearer for a ride in a decorated wagon.
A unique mix of hydrangeas, peonies, ranunculus, Queen Anne's lace, and brooches.
A vibrant yellow bouquet stands out against a pale blush dress or create a pastel-hued bouquet with paper flowers, and you'll have a lovely keepsake post-wedding for decorating springtime tables.
From the hanging lanterns to the lush flowers, this enchanted garden ceremony is ultra-romantic. A garden is a stunning choice for your ceremony — and a crystal chandelier instantly adds glamour.
Adorn a ceremony arch with lanterns overflowing with wildflowers or punch up your ceremony space by alternating pink and orange chair cushions.
Tulips are a classic choice for spring. An all-white color palette adds elegance. A rustic
wood box with sprouts of wheat grass and cotton, topped with assorted flowers in an apothecary jar, was the perfect fit for this sweet spring wedding.
A bouquet of cupcakes works double-duty as a sweet centerpiece and a creative dessert display. Submerge orchids in cylinder vases of varying heights.
Take your centerpieces up a notch with a suspended arrangement.
Take advantage of the pristine weather with open-air transportation. Why not try a scooter or a bicycle made for two.
Info and images: bridalguide.com