Springtime is full of possibilities
The latest in spring wedding trends promises more intimate events, focusing on the small but precious things.
While the previous year celebrated bright colours, bold flowers and towering cakes, the latest in spring wedding trends will see natural colour palettes, bouquets in shades of white or soft hues, extravagant flower arrangements, single-tiered cakes, and so much more.
Latest In Spring Wedding Trends
Be sure to get all the advice and access to the best wedding vendors and services at Melbourne Bridal Expo’s wedding and bridal expos. Let’s have a look at the latest spring trends.
Outdoor wedding venues
Springtime comes with blossoming flowers and greenery.
Enjoy the beautiful views outside and have an arch overflowing with flowers, flower-lined aisles or for night weddings, fairy lights down the aisle.
The reception will be gorgeous under a satin tent with bulbs and chandeliers illuminating it.
Natural colour palettes
Choosing a colour scheme is one of the most important decisions you’ll make early on. Spring 2023 is about nature-inspired colours.
Sage green, mustard yellow, baby blue, peach, blush, lilac, taupe, cream and white have been the most popular.
Let your wedding venue be your inspiration. Natural colour palettes work with most indoor settings, and all outdoor settings.
Start with a focal colour then two to three accent colours. For a cleaner spring look, use white, cream or taupe as your base colour then pick one pastel colour for flowers, décor, table settings etc.
Mismatched seating and décor
Some couples love a homelier feel. Seating and décor at home are often mismatched so why not do it at your wedding?
It can be done tastefully to match your other décor and colour scheme. Chairs and tables, as well as plateware and glassware can all be stylishly mixed up.
Flowers – whites or brights
The most popular flowers for spring in the northern hemisphere were peonies, lilies, sunflowers, orchids, tulips and roses.
All were in white shades or pinks, oranges, blues and yellows. It’s very likely these flowers and colours will be favourites here too.