After months of chilly days and hibernating inside, spring weddings are a true celebration of the renewal of life—and of your guests leaving their homes for the kickoff of wedding season.
Spring is also one of the most flexible seasons when it comes to selecting colors for your celebration. Traditional spring staples, like florals,fresh greens, and bursts of pastels are, of course, go-tos for many couples, but moody blues or greys also work for March and early April weddings.
Ready to start planning? Here, six spring wedding colors to consider for your March, April, or May celebration.
Cool mint and coral is an ideal color pairing for a spring wedding. This fresh combination also looks amazing with pops of Champagne, gold, and white.
Here are a few creative ways to implement these wedding colors for spring:
Lavender is a gorgeous option for a rustic spring wedding. The color itself can be used as wedding decor and on your bridal party, but you can also use bouquets of fresh lavender placed strategically around your ceremony and reception.
Lavender also looks gorgeous with grey, white, gold, and greens.
Here are a few beautiful ways to incorporate lavender into your wedding:
Sea mist, or seafoam green, is a light blue-green shade that’s very popular for spring wedding colors. It pairs beautifully with white, gold, and coral or peach.
Here are some ideas for using this hue at your spring wedding:
April showers bring May flowers—and you can use blues inspired by the unpredictable spring weather as a gorgeous background color palette for your celebration. Shades of slate, denim, and dark blues work beautifully for an early spring wedding. Mix them with grey, cream, metallic, greens, and florals for a flawless combination.
Here’s how to use these various shades of blue at your event:
It’s spring, and greens are fresh and blooming everywhere. Incorporating them into your wedding color scheme can be a simple and beautiful way to celebrate the season.
The possibilities with this wedding color scheme are endless—give off a more romantic vibe with vines, or go with a more boho-chic look with succulents. You can also use lots of palm leaves to create a more tropical vibe or mix greens and whites with pastels and wooden accents for rustic appeal.
Here are some other ways to implement this color scheme on your wedding day:
A citrus color palette inspired by limes, oranges, lemons, and even grapefruits can also work well for a spring wedding.
Some fun ways to incorporate this color palette into your wedding decoration include:
You can also use citrus as inspiration for your reception table decor, as centerpieces, or as accents to other flowers and greenery.
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