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January 26th 2024

5 Spring Weddings to Inspire You

5 Spring Weddings to Inspire You

Spring, the season when everything starts waking up again. The days are getting a little longer and flowers and foliage are starting to make their return. We love a spring wedding because it means we get to design with some of our favorite flowers (not that we're picking favorites) and we haven't quite reached the hustle & bustle of busy wedding season yet.

Thinking of having a spring wedding? We hope these inspire you!

1. John & Hannah - May 2021 at Scholls Valley Lodge

J&H wed in late May of 2021 and had their hearts set on designs that showcased peonies. The window for peonies is small but luckily it was perfect timing for these beauties to shine. We also used another favorite spring flower, ranunculus, as well as roses in the arrangements.

2. Margaret & Clark Styled Shoot - March 2021 at Everett West

What better time for flowers in your hair than a spring wedding? We had so much fun creating these garden party style installations and arrangements for a styled shoot in March. We utilized a variety of colorful spring blooms in the designs such as ranunculus, anemone, tulips, pieries, and craspedia.

3. Jamie & Erica - May 2023 at Blockhouse/Pomarius Nursery

We got the best of the late spring/early summer blooms for E&J's wedding at Blockhouse. They chose a fun, bright color palette and we selected peonies, snapdragon, roses, ranunculus, and delphinium to bring it all to life!

4. Megan & Phil - May 2023 at Amaterra Vineyard

Peonies, ranunculus, stock, orlaya, and roses helped create this lush, pastel spring wedding at Amaterra. We loved covering the deconstructed in arbor in peachy spring blooms.

5. Haley & Gabby - June 2021 at Hoyt Arboretum

H&G's wedding is proof that spring can still be moody and romantic. For these late spring designs we used burgundy peonies alongside spray roses, delphinium, pampas, yarrow, and eucalyptus.

Seasonal flowers

Be sure to check out our Seasonal Blooms page for more info on what is typically available every season.