Planning a Spring Wedding? Then this selection of flowers will bring you inspiration for some gorgeous arrangements!
With the Spring season in full swing, we’re finally seeing some sunnier days! If you’re inspired to plan a Spring Wedding, then we’ve brought together our top 6 favourite Spring flowers, perfect for that Wedding bouquet!
hether you match your bouquet to your colour theme, or choose a drastically different colour to create variety and contrast, we think these flowers will prove top contenders for any Spring bouquet.
Tulips typically bloom from the end of March until the middle of May, and are at their best halfway through April; perfectly in the middle of the Spring season.
Tulips come in almost every colour, with some Tulips having petals in multiple colours and tones! For a Spring Wedding bouquet, we recommend pale pinks, purples, yellows and oranges.
Sweet Pea’s typically bloom when the weather is cooler, and will often be ready early spring. A sweet Pea’s flowering time will depend on when they are planted, the later on in the planting season, the later in spring they will be ready.
Sweet Pea’s have one of the widest flower colour ranges. Blue is a rare colour in flowers, yet sweet peas offer multiple shades of blues, as well as pinks, whites, purples, and peaches. We recommend pale colours for a Spring Bouquet, and we think the pale blues and peaches would look beautiful!
Dendrobium Orchid blooms last around 6 weeks, and often will re-bloom in cool temperatures. The flowering phase falls between the end of winter and into spring, which makes them an ideal flower for that Spring Wedding bouquet.
The most common colours for these orchids are a range of purples, lavenders, whites, oranges, yellows and pinks. We think any of these colours will be beautiful shades for a Spring wedding, but we especially love the sound of the lavender and white tones of these flowers!
Flowering season for Hydrangeas begin from late spring until early summer, so will be at their prime beauty for a Springtime Wedding. Hydrangeas retain their blossoms until they shatter, which can even occur as late as the Winter seasons.
These beautiful flowers can come in a variety of colours, most often within the pink, blue, and purple range. Hydrangeas are known to change colours, and it’s not unusual to see different colours on the same blooms the next year. Their colour can depend on the pH levels of the soil, causing planters to alter their soil levels in order to get a desired colour.
Common lilacs bloom for around 2 weeks in late May, yet you can have early, mid and late season lilacs, which when grown together can ensure a steady bloom for around 6 weeks.
Lilacs are known to bloom in seven official colours. These are: white, violet, blue, lavender, pink, magenta and purple. All of these shades are perfect for a Spring Wedding bouquet, but we especially love the purple and lavender tones.
Roses are one of the most desirable plants, as they bloom on and off throughout the seasons. They often flower during mid-spring to Autumn. After growth starts, the flowers need 6-8 weeks to form, before they are at their most beautiful blossoms.
Roses come in a wide range of colours; they are also known to be dyed in certain shades and tones, creating a multitude of colour options. We think the lighter shades of whites and pinks would compliment Spring Wedding colours, and look stunning in a bouquet. White roses indicate purity, and pink signifies joy and admiration.
We think that pastel colours of pinks, purples, whites and blues, will create a stunning array of shades beautifully symbolising the essence of Spring!
If you’ve chosen your flower arrangements, and decided on a colour theme, don’t forget to shop for your Wedding ring, which will symbolise your commitment and marriage, serving as a constant reminder of your beautiful day together!