Wedding Planning Guide
wedding colors for spring
Spring is the season of renewal. With flowers blooming and fresh colors popping up, it’s an inspiring time to start your new life as a married couple. Look to the season to inspire the style of your spring wedding. What do you love most about the spring that you want to capture with your wedding colors and venue?
Photo: Angela Newton Roy
What’s the inspiration for your spring wedding?
March, April, May
|Your inspiration||Your venue||Your colors|
|New beginnings||A park or garden||Shades of green|
|Refreshing rain showers||A conservatory, sunroom, waterfall||Slate, silver, and white|
|Wildflowers||A park or impressionist art gallery||Yellow, peach, blue|
|Elegant gardens||A botanical garden or English tea room||Pastel blue, pink, and green|
|Paris in springtime||An art gallery or ballroom, or park with cherry blossoms||Tan, blush, slate, and ivory|
|The country||A winery or barn||Sage, tan, and brick|
To capture the spirit of the season, deck out your venue with fresh greenery or wildflowers. Check to see which blooms are in season and take inspiration from natural colors. Pastel hues are a popular choice for spring weddings, but don’t be afraid to accent soft blush, peach, and sage tones with deep burgundy or navy to add elegance and depth. Give seed packets, potted plants, or honey jars as favors to represent your growing love. Embrace the weather with an outdoor ceremony and make canopies, tents, or even umbrellas part of your decor. If you prefer an indoor event, evoke a spring feeling by choosing an art gallery with pastoral paintings on display or a hotel with an elegant English garden motif.