3 Delightful Colour Schemes for a Spring Wedding
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3 Delightful Colour Schemes for a Spring Wedding


3 Delightful Colour Schemes for a Spring Wedding

Spring has finally arrived! While we do love cosy Autumn celebrations and Winter wonderland weddings, we’re excited to see what trends and themes Spring weddings will bring. This season offers plenty of inspiration, which is why today we’re treating you to three delightful colour schemes for a Spring wedding. From zesty yellow hues to pretty pastels, we’ve got a colour scheme that’s guaranteed to capture your heart!

Spring Wedding Colour Scheme: Nude, Natural and Organic

If you’re looking for a Spring wedding colour scheme that’s elegant, natural and utterly beautiful, we’ve found it for you. Using a heavenly combination of soft taupe, nude and velvety cream shades, this colour scheme is the perfect choice for a stylish Spring wedding. It doesn’t fall within the traditional Spring colour palettes, but that’s what makes it so unique. When it comes to creating an aisle style that fits in with this theme, we suggest opting for a neutral make-up style with a dewy glow. A pair of nude heels will look truly gorgeous, while golden accessories will add a dash of glamour. When it comes to your wedding reception, consider using cream linen or hessian table runners teamed with wild greenery and foliage.

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Spring Wedding Colour Scheme: Daffodil Yellow

Yellow is one of the most popular colour choices when it comes to Spring weddings, and we can certainly see why. There so many different shades of yellow to choose from: mustard, lemon, custard or our favourite, daffodil yellow. This bright and cheerful colour palette is guaranteed to fill your wedding day with sunshine – even if it’s pouring with rain! Add a pop of colour to your bridal outfit with a vibrant bouquet or a cute yellow cardigan. A pair of daffodil yellow heels will look splendid peeping out from under your gown! For the groom-to-be, we recommend teaming yellow accessories with a chic grey suit. Use an abundance of beautiful yellow blooms throughout your wedding decor for a splash of colour. From daisies, tulips and roses, you are spoilt for choice when it comes to Spring flowers.


Spring Wedding Colour Scheme: Country Garden Pastels

Channel country garden elegance with a pretty pastel colour palette – a wonderful choice for a Spring wedding. Whether you’re planning a vintage celebration or a boho affair, a pastel colour scheme lends itself perfectly to any wedding theme. Your bridesmaids will look absolutely beautiful in a variety of pastel wedding dresses, and the mix and match approach is always a fab way of making sure all of your girls feel fabulous. Adorn your wedding venue with pastel bunting, paper lanterns or even ribbon garlands. You could use a variety of pastel table runners on each reception table – from mint green, baby blue or blush pink!


There are so many gorgeous colour schemes to choose from for a Spring wedding – which is your favourite?

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