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Spring 2021 Wedding Details: Florals For The Season!

If you're planning to exchange vows in April, May, or June, you're one lucky couple (we're planning early for 2022)—spring is prime-time bloom season. Some of the prettiest petals crop up when the weather warms, including peonies, tulips, ranunculus, and anemones. Together, the plentiful possibilities combine to create an expansive catalog of floral to choose from.


Even if you're not so keen on using in-season flowers for your special day, you can easily incorporate other seasonal elements, like the many colors that are associated with spring. With so much growing, tons of hues can be found throughout the transition months, making the palette as varied as the season's weather. Pastels are incredibly popular in the spring, but so are more saturated shades, as everyone's excited to say goodbye to the dreariness of winter. Purples, yellows, pinks, and greens are all good options, but don't be afraid to work with reds, oranges, and even blues, too.


The following bundles of blooms all came from real weddings, and were chosen for their springy flair. There are ideas for any sort of wedding, from formal to casual and from modern to traditional. Get inspired by the diverse collection of bouquets, and start planning the arrangements for your own celebration. Go ahead and see all that spring has to offer in the way of gorgeous flowers and colors. Not only are the following bouquets gorgeous, but they're unique, as well.



1. Romantic Bouquet

French Grey Events was responsible for this bride's bouquet, which featured lilacs, ranunculus, roses, tulips, and poppies.




2. Yellow and Blue Bouquet

This Putnam & Putnam bouquet was seriously wow-worthy. Foxgloves, peonies, spirea, and ranunculus were (literally) tied together with a silky yellow ribbon.




3. Greenery

White and green is a common color combo, but the big protea in this Maven bouquet made it anything but traditional.  



4. A Range of Pinks

Decorate the aisle with flowers at the end of each row. Here, a mix of dark greenery and more vibrant flora, like pink dahlias, carnations and snapdragons, which bring an especially festive feel to the big day.



5. Sweet Brushes of Red

Peonies, hydrangeas, and polo roses star in this pretty wedding bouquet, surrounded by white majolica spray roses, astilbe, magnolia leaves, and cedar.



6. Warm Berry Hues

The rich berry colors of this lush bouquet will warm up your special day. Try a robust gathering of stock, tulips, anemones, ranunculus, and lilac to get the look.



7. Relaxed Fall Bouquet

The belle epoque tulips, picotee ranunculus, butterfly ranunculus, twiggy spirea, chocolate cosmos, garden roses, and oriental plum foliage are used in this enchanting Fall wedding flower arrangement.



8. Romantic Red and Gold

For romantic wedding flowers, opt for a sensual arrangement of roses, blackberries, gomphrena, and fall foliage.



9. Dripping Orange Florals

You've never seen the season's favorite colors look this dramatic! Orange roses make this extravagant bouquet pop alongside a variety of blooms in red, yellow, and even black.



10. Organic and Rustic

King Protea and eucalyptus unite in this organic, muted-toned bouquet, which complemented a rustic-themed wedding.


With Love,

Elle

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