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Spring Fling: The GRACE guide to wedding blooms for the warmer months

Top ten bouquets for a spring wedding.

Grace Loves Lace bride holding bouquet

Nothing quite says Spring like warmer weather, pastels and fresh flora. With some of the prettiest petals in bloom during springtime, there’s plenty of possibilities to dream up when planning your Spring wedding bouquet.

 

From classic round arrangements and romantic cascades through to colourful compilations and refined structures, your bouquet is a focal element of your wedding day and one to be carefully considered.

 

In this edit of the Grace Journal, we showcase a series of in-season blooms to inspire your Spring wedding bouquet. Plus, we’ve asked our dear friend Haylee from Huckleberry Flowers for her advice on all things Spring. Best known for her effortlessly gorgeous arrangements, Haylee gives us an insight into popular colour palettes for Spring whilst filling us in on her top floral predictions for 2022.


Florals in bloom for Spring:

Anemone

Dahlias

Delphiniums

Flannel Flower

Hydrangea

Peonies

Poppies

Ranunculus

Roses

Tulips


What are the popular Spring wedding colour palettes?

There have been a lot of neutral palettes coming through, particularly a white, blush, and nude combination being very popular lately. I am loving to see some spicy hints of blood orange being added to this palette for a soft but sexy look.


What floral combo's work best for Spring?

There have been a lot of neutral palettes coming through, particularly a white, blush, and nude combination being very popular lately. I am loving to see some spicy hints of blood orange being added to this palette for a soft but sexy look.


What is your favourite floral to work with during the Spring?

In spring, I love working with Peonies, Delphiniums, Hydrangea, Flannel Flower and Dogwood.


What is your favourite part about doing weddings in the Spring?

Weddings come to life in Spring. The very best flowers are on offer, outdoor venues are almost always beautiful and green, flowering trees around the venues smell amazing and add to the complete sensory experience. The weather is also so much more forgiving when working with cut flowers, compared to summer.


What are your predictions for wedding bouquet trends for 2022?

I think couples will get a little more adventurous with colour and we might start to see more bold colour contrasts, like bright red with pastel blue. I also predict that greenery in bouquets is on its way out for 2022.