Wildflower theme for your spring wedding

If you are planning a spring wedding and you can’t quite decide on a colour scheme, then why not skip this “rule” altogether? Nowhere is it written that you have to choose one or two colours for your wedding. If you fancy a wildflower theme, you can really make the most of it during the spring and your florist should have no trouble finding all the flowers you need.

One thing to keep in mind is that you will be using several colours and most of them will be pastels. Your colour scheme will include a combination of several colours you prefer. These include pink, purple, off-white, and green. You can even add some flowers with bolder colours if you want some bright accents here and there.

When selecting the types of flowers for your arrangements, there are a few that really stand out. These include Daisies, Lisianthus, Thlaspi, Eryngium, Veronic, and Dragon Snaps. If you want to add some luxurious blooms to the bunch, you could always include Memory Lane Roses. Just remember that you want to use these flowers to help give the bouquet fullness and style. You don’t want them to become the main focal point. This means that you should choose roses that are pastel shades instead of bright and bold colours that will make these blooms stand out.

You can also add special touches to the arrangements in the form of pretty flower picks and raffia. You can even add raffia to your bridal bouquet for that little something special. And don’t forget to do the same for any buttonholes and corsages so that they also enjoy a touch of spring.

As for your tables, apart from your centrepieces, you can also tie a flower to each of your guests’ glasses. Use off-white tablecloths and add pastel coloured overlays if you like. Alternatively, if you want to leave your tablecloths plain, you can add colourful napkins.