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Spring Wedding Flowers


After a long, cold winter, spring is a time for the first greens: the first buds blossom and the leaves on the trees open. The slow awakening of the perennial bulbs peek through the snow. Springtime is also a popular time of year for flowers; for this reason, it produces some of the most beloved blooms used in bridal bouquets and centerpieces. Spring wedding flowers are a unique collection of colorful flowers that are full of meaning for the lovers of this season: Spring is a season of rebirth and renewal as evidenced by the flowering trees and gardens filled with blossoming blooms.

If you have chosen a spring wedding date, lucky you! You have a wide selection of spring flowers at your disposal. In addition to alstroemeria, roses, gerbera daisies and other year-round flowers, some of the flowers in season during this time are daffodils, tulips, hyacinths, hydrangeas, irises, larkspur, lilacs, lilies, lily of the valley, lisianthus and other bulb flowers that first release the sights and delicious scents of springtime. Yellow spring wedding flowers are popular during this time, as are pinks, purples, violets, and cream-colored blossoms. With so many spring flowers for weddings available, you can create endless arrangements. With so many options that can quickly become overwhelming, DIY floral arrangers may welcome some direction.

The following are some of our favorite classic and whimsical displays:

When we think of springtime wedding flowers, we can’t help but think of pretty pastels — pinks, creams, pinks, lavenders, blues, and yellows. In addition to their visual beauty, many spring florals — especially hyacinth, freesia, stock, and lilacs — are beautifully scented. For the quintessential classic spring bouquet, group lush peonies wholesale, garden roses, seeded eucalyptus and lemon papoose side by side. A simple, wide satin ribbon is all that is needed to complete the pretty look to walk down the aisle. For a vertical bouquet that has a casual feel, carry larkspur, snapdragons, and lavender. This look is perfect for an outdoor wedding and is surprisingly easy to execute!

There is something so charming and whimsical about springtime wedding flowers. Want your bouquet to emulate a flower garden filled with different bloom sizes and hues? It’s easy! Assemble a mix of peach lisianthus, lavender larkspur, light pink and cream spray roses, solidago and green hydrangea. To capture the fresh lightheartedness of this time of year, create a centerpiece of daffodils, tulips, pink cockscomb and Billy balls. Sprinkle in some Monte Casino asters and voila! You have successfully set the scene for an effortlessly chic table.