Fun ways to incorporate Spring into your wedding

Spring is my favorite season — the snow has finally left us alone, colorful blooms are beginning to bud, and the warmer weather is here (or at least in the case of Upstate New York, hopefully it’s around the corner!).

Looking for ways to incorporate the fun and beauty of the season into your big day? Try out these ideas!

Dress your bridesmaids in floralsfloral crowns

As Meryl Streep said in everyone’s favorite movie, The Devil Wears Prada, “Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking.”

Yes, florals are the universal sign of Spring and new beginnings. And, of course, already a staple in weddings. So how can you incorporate flowers into your wedding in different ways, or ways that speak to your specific style?

Brighten up your wedding decor by incorporating flowers for your bridal party! Invite the girls standing by your side on your big day to flaunt fun floral dresses instead of traditional bridesmaids dresses. Going for a simpler color palette? Have your girls wear floral crowns as they head down the aisle.

Decorate your wedding cake with flowers

Simple yet elegant, adding flowers to your wedding cake spring cake.jpgas decor is an easy way to add flair to your eye-catching dessert. From adding a few wild flowers to an exotic array of blooms, we love the idea of fresh florals on top of a gorgeous wedding cake!

Garden themed decor

What better way to celebrate Spring during your wedding than by incorporating everyone’s favorite Spring hobby? Use a water can filled with flowers for your centerpieces, give your guests garden-themed wedding favors, or cover your dessert table displays in fresh greenery.

 

Embrace the rain!

As they say, April showers bring May flowers. But don’t let the rain get you down — if it looks like it could be a drizzle or even a downpour on your big day, be prepared with clear umbrellas that won’t hide your dress and tux, but also make for fun photo ops! We also love the idea of sporting brightly colored rain boots. This fun detail is sure to make your photos pop, despite the drearyweather.