Spring Wedding Themes
Classic Spring Wedding Style
Theme colors: Peony pink, pale pink and greens
This theme includes lush centerpieces that incorporate bright pink peonies to light pink freesias. Try greenery pieces like amaranths. Pink and green ribbons can replace the table runners in varying shades, widths, and textures. This will create a colorful statement on crisp white linens. Vary the tables by placing green napkins on some and pink napkins on the others. Add a flower to the napkin; choose a contrasting bloom or try using white to stand out against your fabric color. Add sashes or cushions in pink and green hues to your chairs. Use white garden chairs to complete the seating.
Formal Spring Wedding Style
Theme colors: Ivory and white
This theme incorporates the warm whites of the season. Use springtime blooms such as; French tulips, lilies of the valley, and hyacinths. For your centerpiece flowers find ones that have a hint of green in them. Try lady’s slipper orchids and cabbage roses. These flowers will add depth and bring in a bit of seasonal color. A different option is to highlight the flecks of yellow, pink, and brown on white irises or other flowers used. Contrasted textures such as crisp white pin tucked linens and satin ivory napkins set the table in formal style. To step up your formal theme add pale silver or platinum chargers under plates. You could add the soft glow of candles, votives or tea lights floating in water or in sand inside clear glass containers.
Modern Spring Wedding Style
Theme colors: Vibrant orange and green
Alternate between different height centerpieces. On a low centerpiece try bright green wheatgrass with anemones or gerber daisies in orange hues. These centerpieces are simple but make a modern statement. Go with a few stems of brilliant orange orchids springing up for taller centerpieces from celadon green vases. You could consider green cymbidiums in deep orange vases. Set round dinner plates on square chargers in celadon green. Perhaps use poppy orange napkins in neatly folded triangles. Use table cover linens in white or ivory so your colors and shapes give a modern flair. Create your place cards in pairs of colors for your attending guests. Example: try two poppy orange cards followed by two more in celadon green. Nice for couples to have the same colored place card setting.
Vintage Spring Wedding Style
Theme colors: Purple and yellow
Use classic spring blooms like grape hyacinths, daffodils, and tulips. Try using live potted plants for this theme! You could use pots in terra cotta or seek out glazed containers in seasonal colors. Example; use full-size plants and mini-size versions. You could set out trios of the mini version. Added bonus, your guests could take the potted flowers home as a keepsake. Get the vintage theme effect by placing vintage-inspired white lace over butter yellow linens. Try using toile or chintz seat cushions that incorporate your wedding colors. Perhaps use vintage images from seed packets on your stationery, like your place cards or table numbers. You can get personalized seed packets to give as keepsakes with your potted flowers.
Rustic Spring Wedding Style
Theme colors: Chocolate brown and blue
Use different size centerpieces on your tables. Example; try the chocolate brown hue for the large centerpieces using curly willow, dried seedpods, and dried herbs. Your middle sizes try blue hydrangeas to tie in the accent color. For your small sizes use white blooms. The idea of displaying one or two super-sized blooms, like peonies or gardenias works well for the rustic theme. Have a chocolate-brown tone for your linens. Add in blue accent perhaps by using ivory-colored napkins with a blue edge on them. Try family-style banquet seating to add to the rustic ambiance. For this color scheme you can use coffee beans to anchor candles inside mason jars as an added touch. You can find blue Jordan almonds for guest favors and wrap with chocolate toile and complete with blue hued ribbons.
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