7 Beautiful Spring Wedding Ideas You’ve Never Seen Before
With fields blanketed in lush green grass, colourful wildflowers breaking through the soil and sunbeams gently shining down onto everyone below, it’s no wonder that spring is one of the most popular seasons to get married. But with so many weddings held at this time of year, it can be a challenge to make your wedding stand out from the rest.
We’ve already shared some gorgeous spring wedding ideas you’re sure to fall in love with. But if you want your ceremony to be something a little different and more special than everyone’s expecting, here are seven beautiful spring wedding ideas you’ve likely never seen before.
1. Pastel egg place cards
Instead of having traditional place cards to help people find their seat, dip-dye hollowed-out eggs in beautiful pastel colours and print each person’s name on the front. You could place each egg in an egg cup to keep them in place or take it up a notch and nestle each egg into an imitation bird’s nest.
2. Flower chandelier
Flowers aren’t just for placing on tables. They’re perfect for hanging above tables, too. You can keep it simple with some green vine-like plants with minimalist white flowers or go all out with a thick ceiling of flora in bright springtime colours.
3. Floral jewellery
Fully immerse yourself in your wonderful spring wedding theme by enhancing your gown with some floral jewellery. Whether you choose a stunning floral pendant, delicate floral earrings or stand-out floral ring, you’re guaranteed to look the part.
4. Weather-specific favours
Spring is one of the most temperamental times for weather. To help give your guests a favour they’ll actually appreciate, consider having a table of fan favours and umbrella favours. This way, no matter what the weather is like, your guests will be comfortable and thankful for the thought you gave them.
5. Farmyard guests
If you’re hosting your spring wedding at an outdoor rustic venue, consider adding a few farmyard guests onto your list. Any animals typically born in the spring, like lambs, chicks, rabbits, etc, will tie in with your theme beautifully.
6. Rustic swings
Help your guests bring out their inner child by providing them with outdoor swings to play on after the ceremony. They don’t have to be anything fancy — in fact the simpler the better. A basic wooden seat with rope decorated in leaves and flowers attached to the ceiling or a tree is great. It will make a gorgeous photo prop, too.
7. Wellington boot decorations
A great way to upcycle old boots and create some cheap wedding decorations at the same time is to use wellies instead of vases. You can use a mix-match of brightly coloured boots or keep it simple and tie them into your colour theme. If April showers make an appearance, you might be glad you had some spare!