With so much inspiration out there, planning a Spring wedding can have you feeling like you don’t know where to begin. From choosing the colour palette, centrepieces and all the décor to complement your wedding theme, ensuring consistency and prettiness can be hard to get right.
Our in house styling team, House of Doltone, put together the dream wedding by incorporating all the current Spring elements and bringing them to life through florals, décor and draping. Spring weddings are all about bright, full of life and elegant décor for a timeless and romantic wedding reception. Taking inspiration from our recently styled Sylvania Waters venue In Full Bloom Wedding Open House, our House of Doltone styling team shares their 4 top tips to styling your dream Spring wedding.
We are crazy in love with light up neon signs and this season, incorporating customised neon lights that express who you are as a couple is a fun and unique way to creating a stylish Spring wedding that will have your guests in awe. We recommend having a cute quote or saying that expresses how you feel about each other for a more personal touch.
It’s also totally Instagram worthy!
Spring is the season for flowers to bloom so we suggest choosing florals that are not only in season, but also provide fullness and add some brightness to the space. Opting for flowers such as soft orchards contrasted against bold roses, peonies and hydrangeas enhances the sweet romantic ambience of the night.
For the ultimate Spring wedding event, keep your Spring theme looking bright and fresh with soft pastel colours. We recommend introducing this theme throughout your tableware, centrepieces and seating chart to enhance the full effect.
HINT: You don’t have to use just one or two colours, play with a variety of colours including yellows, pinks, lavender and whites. This will really make your wedding pop and will have your guests feeling in awe of the fresh tones.
This Spring season less is more, especially when it comes to centrepieces. Alternate your guest tables with two different floral centrepieces that are smaller and serene, this will make it easier for guests to engage in conversation.
We recommend adding a small collection of single stemmed flowers or roses in a cluster in the middle of the table for a more contemporary feel. Alternatively, for a more traditional table setting you can also opt for a slightly higher floral centrepiece with a bouquet of flowers.