Having spring wedding themes is the right thing to do for the brides and grooms who are going to marry in spring time. Spring is a lovely time of year to have a wedding. A spring wedding theme can make your wedding colorful and a lot of fun.
Don’t forget that fashion also informs the vibe of your big day. Case in point: these pastel printed jumpsuits.
With all the new flowers, the warm spring afternoons, and the return of the birds, there are lots of inspirations for a spring wedding theme.
It’s always smart to garnish a cocktail with something pretty, but these drinks are especially unique. Flowers are inside the ice cubes while the sprig garnishes are clipped to the coupe with a mini clothespin.
And with a little thought you can find a theme that is right for you. Beach spring wedding theme is one of the most delightful spring wedding theme ideas.
For a surprise pop of pastel, consider filling rustic crates with an abundance of delphinium blooms. We especially love how this installation contrasts with the church’s more traditional entryway, which is dressed with climbing jasmine and ivy.
Beach is a wonderful idea to choose after the long, dark days of winter. Though you live far away from the beach, you can bring the atmosphere of beach to your home.
It’s true that drip cakes are trending but this mini one is next level. Why? We love that the color is added in the delicate floral accents rather than on the cake itself.
You can bring the warmth of sand and sun to your guests with a beach theme wedding. What you have to do is decorating your reception with magenta and orange flowers, hiring a steel drum band, and wearing a chiffon halter wedding gown with tropical pearl bridal jewelry.
Channel your inner child by using dyed eggs in place of paper escort cards. We recommend elevating each with a calligraphy name and miniature nest. Also, feel free to use a fake—no one will notice.
You can also set the spirit for your spring beach theme wedding with a bar serving tropical drinks such as daiquiris, mai tais and pina coladas.
Hello, spring. Nothing screams ’tis the season like a hanging installation of pink tulips. Keep the look going with a monochromatic vibe carried throughout in the plates, flatware, and rose gold chairs.
A lot of of those drinks are just as easy to make in non-alcoholic versions, which is nice if you are going to have a lot of kids on the guest list.
When you think of spring, you think of flowers in bloom, and this natural aisle is evidence of that. Seriously, just imagine yourself making a grand entrance surrounded by this pretty purple display.
And for the beach wedding centerpieces, you can create from hurricane lanterns, seashells and sand along with the tropical flowers.
Take inspiration from May Day baskets by giving some pretty woven ones to your flower girls. Don’t these little ladies look adorable?
Everybody will feel like they are on vacation while at your beach spring wedding. With your creative ideas and inspirations you can really make a wonderful spring wedding theme for your special day.
This lattice-covered bar (hello, garden vibes) features pretty pink blooms while also incorporating ultra violet hues.
Talk about a fresh way to create next-level florals.
We love the look of neutral woven materials and wicker when paired with bright flowers and green grasses.
These baskets—hiding rubber flip-flops for comfort—are springy and fresh.
Translate your favorite movie pastime for the ceremony setting by serving popcorn in cute scalloped-edged containers.
Go ahead and cue the “awws.” Make like this little lamb—the cutest wedding guest ever, by the way—and dress your littlest attendees (dogs, cats, bunnies) with crowns of greenery.
They are the guests of honor, right?
We love the natural, planted look of this flower-lined aisle. It’s perfect for spring, as the pastel-colored flowers look as if they’ve just come into full bloom.
Plus, these wooden benches add a special touch to the ceremony setting, making it feel like an intimate garden gathering.
If you’re looking for an Instagram-worthy cake moment, this is it.
We especially love how these pressed flowers blend into the natural green backdrop.
These are a staple at springtime brunches, but they look even prettier in pink.
Strawberries are in season so take advantage.
We love how this theme is woven throughout the tablescape’s design from the fruit bundle to the poppy centerpiece and printed linens.
Tulips were made to be carried in a tight, monochromatic bouquet.
We especially love the texture of these.
Most of your favorite fruits and veggies are in season right now.
Incorporate them into your menu—and onto your menu.
Make the entryway to your ceremony or reception stand out.
It’s easy to make it a focal point of the celebration, especially when it looks and smells like this.
While we would love the weather to be all sunshine and rainbows, we must remember that April is known for its showers. (They bring the May flowers.)
Keep this in mind, watch the forecast, and if showers are in store, come up with a creative display for your guests’ muddy shoes.
Since the weather can be hit or miss this time of year, it’s smart to prepare for both extremes.
If it’s unseasonably warm on your big day, these special fans might just be your guests’ new best friends—and if it’s not, they’ll serve as a pretty prop nonetheless.
Take the spring theme quite literally by wearing a floral print dress.
We can’t think of a better excuse to break the all-white tradition.
Embrace your inner child and take a swing in a flower-covered setup like this one.
It’s a fun activity at cocktail hour—plus, it makes for one pretty photo op.
A tent is a smart idea for a spring wedding—remember those rain showers we mentioned—but that doesn’t mean you can’t have your dream garden party.
With the right rentals and topiary plants, you can absolutely recreate the vibe of patio seating inside a sailcloth tent.
Attach calligraphed paper to long stems to create a picture-perfect flower wall.
You can execute this look in a number of ways by placing the flowers in vessels, hanging them on string, or entwining them in a wire structure, as shown here. For more spring wedding theme ideas, you can visit Brides.