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If you have opted for a spring wedding, then you have a myriad of options for color perfection on your big day. It is always nice to mimic nature when choosing the color theme of your big day, and spring brings with it many color options and combinations that can be simply stunning.
The most obvious color option when borrowing from the great outdoors in the spring is green. It can be seen everywhere one looks- unless, of course, he or she is out to sea or in the desert. The myriad of greens that can be seen on trees, fields, and gardens offer a number of options for choosing the color of bridesmaid’s dresses, ribbon to tie off bouquets, featured on the cake, and to decorate table tops at a reception. Whether sage or seaweed, greens can be beautiful as a backdrop for your dress of white. The drawback is that photos taken in fields or in front of fully leaved trees may become overwhelmed with green tones.
It is considered the season that welcomes rebirth, so why not choose a color that speaks to that theme. Baby blues, which are found in the sky and sea, are gorgeous in a wedding setting. On dresses, ties, cummerbunds, cakes, and tablecloths, light blue speaks to simplicity and sophistication. It also works well with other brighter colors that might make an appearance in splashes, such as on the cake or in the bouquets carried down the aisle.
This is the time of year when the rains falls and wets the ground, making way for the gorgeous summer blooms to come. With all that rain, one can also find the natural beauty of rainbows. Not a traditional look for a wedding, but beautiful nonetheless, rainbows can make for a beautiful theme for a wedding. Dress each bridesmaid in her own color, keeping consistency through style, and pair her with a groomsman sporting the same color on his tie, in his corsage, or on his cummerbund. The cake can be decorated with a full array of colorful flowers, drawing on each of the colors being worn by your party, and wedding favors can follow the rainbow theme as well.
Well recognized as a spring flower, the Daffodil offers a gorgeous buttery yellow, which would be exquisite in the wedding setting. Soft and warm, welcoming the coming months of nice weather, yellow provides a very natural and happy appeal. An arm full of long stemmed daffodils will make the perfect bouquet for the bridal march.
Much like with the rainbow theme, tulips, the spring flower, offer a variety of color to make the wedding party create excitement and wonder. Deep reds, purples, pinks, yellows, and oranges can be found on the gorgeous blooms. Pairing attendants once again, you might opt to display the color in a tulip attached to the groomsmen’s lapels, and carry the flower inspiration in a gorgeous colorful bouquet as well.