Wedding Themes for Spring in London

With new buds on the trees and the first flower shoots, spring marks a new beginning, the best time to begin the biggest adventure of your life – wedding. It’s a beautiful time of the year to get married. Think about your favourite part of the season; is it the dying snow of March, budding flowers of April, or emerging sunshine of May? Whatever you want, a theme can really help make your wedding stand apart. After all, getting married in spring doesn’t means you have to restrict your imagination to a colour scheme. With these creative wedding themes for spring, you can take it a step further.


Wedding Colours
Spring is the time when the atmosphere fills with lots of colours. It’s the blooming time but the fruits and flower are not ripened yet. So don’t confuse spring colours with summers’. Keep orange, lime green, aqua blue, and red for June weddings. You can opt for pastel shades like placid blue, sage green, hemlock, and sand. If you’re planning an al fresco wedding, nature will provide you with all these pastel shades which you can pair with bright shades like fuchsia pink and Celosia Orange. Pastel yellow with rose pink, radiant orchid with celosia orange, pastel green with fuchsia, and placid blue with ivory are a few nice colour combos you can use.


Pastel Pink
Pink represents love, compassion, and nurturing which is why works well with spring weddings. Pale pink adds a certain romance to the big day without making it look clumsy. Pair pale pink candles and silver candelabras with ivory white tablecloth to set a romantic tone. Express the same tone in many shades and patterns to create the right effect. Use wine berry silk chair sashes and pair them with pearl cream cushions. The most glamorous centrepieces would be long clear glass vases filled with a spectrum of pink flowers like garden roses, nerine lilies, dahlias, and sweet peas.

Place Japanese fabric fans with flower patterns beside off-white napkins. To bring the spring swing inside, glue little paper butterflies on the rims of Champagne glasses only to let the guests find their seats. To add a burst of colour, pompoms can be a chic and cheap alternative to grand chandeliers. Make sure to indulge the sweet tooth of guests with pastel pink cake festooned with flirty pink macaroons reflecting a French connection. And don’t forget to carry a dreamy bouquet of dramatic pink French garden roses with vine tumbling between them.


Victorian Garden
Victorian Garden is an elegant theme for springtime that gives a timeless feel to your D Day. Victorian gardens were an emblem of abundance, wealth, neatness, and charm. You’ll find plenty of modern green spaces to hire but some offer the same features that a Victorian Garden should have like the Garden at Haberdasher’s Hall. It’s quite well-maintained and manicured. Once you’ve chosen a venue, it’s time to tailor your wedding details to match the theme. Spring colours that were popular in that era are of course pink, aqua blue, ivory, and gold.

Whether it’s your dress, chair sashes, cushion covers, curtains, or tablecloth, look for rich fabrics like silk, linen, and lace. A corset wedding dress with a heavy silk skirt will make you look gorgeous. A Chinese lace parasol will complete your Victorian wedding look. Vintage bone china with Victorian tea roses will be a nice addition to your wedding tables. To create a wow-worthy look, you can suspend floral chandeliers with strands of pearls from the ceiling.


Awesome Cherry Blossoms
Cherry blossoms burst forth every spring and have a charm that’s individual to them. A park filled with these sweet blooms crowning cherry trees will set a breath-taking backdrop. However, if such a garden is not available in your area, don’t worry, as you don’t have to go to Japan. A few details will help you set a similar ambience. Use cherry blossom motif and design on your invitations and incorporate Japanese wording too. Pink, white, and black will work perfectly as your theme colours. For centrepieces, you can use Tall cylindrical vases with cherry blossom branches and pink candles floating in the water. Get a sheer white cake with cherry blossom branches spread around it. Get creative with your drinks by serving pink champagne or cherry cocktails.


Springtime Lovebirds
You’ve finally found the love of your life and what can be better than celebrating it with a lovebirds theme. Let the love birds too revel in your union during the springtime. Incorporate bird patterns and silhouettes into your wedding stationary like invitation cards and place cards. For wow-worthy tablescape, place birdhouses with flowers to make centrepieces. You can also look for faux bird nests with two eggs for impressive centrepieces. For lovebirds theme, some impressive colour combinations include sage green with ivory, Tiffany blue with white or brown, and rose pink with greyed jade. For a bird-themed send-off, you can fill bird nests with Jordan almonds in your wedding palette. It’s a themed, budget-friendly, and easy option for wedding favours.


Easter Wedding
After Christmas, Easter is the first public holiday and stands for rebirth and renewal, which echoes the idea of a couple springing a new life together. It is understood that Easter allows you to use as many pastels as you want and mix them up with white to create a perfect balance. And you can find many DIY décor and other wedding details easily to theme off the wedding. Go beyond the colourful eggs and try pink rabbit centrepieces, chocolate Easter egg favours, wooden hanging decorations, and of course, pretty flower baskets.

You can line the aisle with shepherd’s hooks and hang flower baskets from them. Create an egg box table plan to help guests find their seat. And when it comes to flowers, the obvious choice is Daffodils that are easily available, quite affordable and are in abundance during this time of the year. You can create a little rustic look with flowers in jam jars, old champagne bottles, or vintage milk jugs as well.

After summer, spring is the best time to get married, although London brides have to keep the fluctuating weather in mind and look for a perfect balance of indoor and outdoor venue. If you want to make a statement on your wedding, make sure to consider these themes to plan a spring wedding with a twist.

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