Spring weddings in 2018 are sure to be a fantastic way to welcome the New Year. Couples planning the knot in Spring 2018 will be the first to set new trends for the coming year ahead. Spring is always an eagerly awaited season, and most couples plan their entire year around their weddings in Spring.
Katie from Orla James loves weddings in Spring since they signify a change for something brighter and better. She advises couples to be cautious while planning their Spring wedding. It can be quite easy to go overboard with the colors and themes.
Let us look at 8 fresh and new wedding themes for Spring 2018. These themes feature around colors, invites, cake décor, and Spring 2018 fashion.
Spring is the time to experiment with lighter floral colors. Leave the metallic shades and dark rich hues to winter and instead concentrate on embracing natural colors blooming around you. Pinks, mauves, lavender, buttercup yellow, greens, and reds are a sure way to get the feeling of your Spring 2018 wedding. Pairing bright colors with lighter ones are a sure way to set the mood for your wedding. Pair colors like pink with gold, black and white with some red or mauve. Opt for coral shades to contrast with plum for your décor and invitations.
Use floral motifs, floral engravings, and bright colors for your wedding invites. Play around with muted color palettes to bring out the vibrant flower prints. One sure way to bring in your Spring 2018 wedding is a combination of anemones with formal gold or black lettering. Since Spring is known for its impressive colors, highlight the season through your invitations. This is also an excellent way to let guests know that the wedding is sure to be fun and enjoyable.
Select gorgeous outdoor wedding venues to accentuate your wedding. Nothing makes a wedding lovelier than a beautiful wedding that shares the theme of your wedding. Select a practical, yet gorgeous place so that your guests can have fun while enjoying the natural beauty of the venue. Design your wedding attire in a way that allows you to be comfortable even during the afternoons or evening.
Yes, you can let your wedding cake be a part of your Spring 2018 theme. Leave behind the boring white wedding cakes and opt for a cake with edible gold and silver work along with floral designs in edible colors. If you want, you could choose a cake with a white background, but add spring colors to the cake design. Another way to welcome Spring would be to order an ombre wedding cake of peach and pink with red roses or flowers.
Spring is verdant with all shades of greens. While there might not be too many blooms, wherever you look, there’s bound to be abundant natural greenery. Incorporate greens in different palettes across your centrepieces and wedding favours. Opt for a tasteful combination of green leaves with spring vegetables like carrots as centrepieces. Trendy brides can also opt for full green leaf bouquets as against floral bouquets. Hang beautiful greenery as hanging installations to be part of your wedding décor.
Tuxedos, Gowns, and Dresses:
Forward-thinking brides can get into the spirit of Spring 2018 by selecting wedding gowns in beautiful shades of peach and light pink. Brides wanting to stick to traditional white designs for wedding gowns can add floral lace prints in bright spring colou of lavender, mauve, light rose, and pink. Bridesmaids can also opt for dresses in spring fashions of teal, plum, green, and light blue. Grooms wishing to get into the Spring 2018 fashion trend can add pocket squares in bright shades to their tuxedos.
Opt for floral jewellery:
Wedding rings in floral motifs, patterns, and designs are a beautiful way to remember your spring wedding for life. Brides can also wear pretty floral crowns as part of the ‘something blue.’ Jewellery in floral patterns like earrings in flower patterns and a pendant or choker in a floral design would also add to the Spring theme of your wedding. Why not buy yourself a patterned wedding ring?
Brides and grooms should consider potted herb plants for wedding favours since not everyone has a green thumb! It’s much easier to tend to and grow herbs instead of flowers. You could add potted semi-herb plants to your table décor that can also serve as wedding favours for your wedding guests.