Spring is a popular time for weddings. The weather is warming up, new leaves are appearing on the trees, and fresh flowers are blooming everywhere. It's a perfect season for starting a new chapter of your life. Picking out colors and flowers and making other decorating choices are a key part of planning a spring wedding. There's a wide selection to choose from, and Bugs-n-Bloom decorations fit nicely into spring wedding style.
Pastels are popular choices for spring weddings. If you don't want them to make up the entire wedding pallet, you can pair a pastel tone with a complementary darker color. Pale blue or light pink both look good with chocolate brown, coral tones complement deep greens, and a spring yellow pairs well with gray tones. You could also opt for a bright color pallet, with the vivid tones of spring flowers, or pair one bright color like hot pink with a softer tone like blush.
Bugs-n-Blooms decorations are available in a wide range of colors, and there are shades to match most wedding color choices. The basic color options are blue, pink, purple, yellow, brown, orange and white. Different styles feature different shades of these colors, and some layer multiple colors. If you want a pale or pastel butterfly decoration, go with the multi-layered butterflies. For bolder tones, crystal hanging butterflies are a good choice. Painted butterflies have dark and light colors on the same decoration.
Spring brides have a wide selection of in-season flowers to choose from. For pink tones, try roses, peonies, hyacinth, orchids or tulips. If you're looking for blues and purples, consider sweet-pea, lilac, hyacinths, hydrangea or delphinium. Reds, oranges, and yellows can be found in roses, ranunculus, lilies and Gerber daisies.
Fillers and foliage for spring weddings include baby's breath, Queen Anne's lace, hosta leaves, and ornamental grasses. Mini decorations from Bugs-n-Blooms can also be worked into a flower bouquet by wiring them and wrapping the wire in floral tape. A few butterflies or dragonflies look adorable hovering in the arrangement.
If you're planning an outdoor wedding in the spring, it can be a good idea to add a rain plan into your decorating ideas. Some wedding venues will supply a tent in case of rain. If not, you can rent one. Adding decorations on the tent poles, like curtain tie-backs or flowers, helps incorporate the tent into the overall feel of the wedding so it doesn't look like a last-minute change.
Curtain tie-backs can also be used in place of ribbon bows for decorating chairs at the wedding ceremony or reception. Bugs-n-Blooms' larger hanging decorations look lovely hanging from ceilings and walls at an indoor reception location, and the smaller styles are adorable table decorations.