Spring is the season of new life, growth, and beginnings. Weddings during this time can celebrate these symbols with details that echo the world outside. ‘Tis the season of abundance! Natural elements such as lush foliage, delicate branches, nests and flower buds fill the ceremony with whimsical, wild beauty. Hues of pale cerulean, light grey, and crisp white are fresh and soft with an air of elegance. Use woodland touches like a moss covered ring bearer’s pillow, wooden placeholders for the table, a cascading, trailing bouquet, and as wedding favors, gift miniature terrariums. Find the perfect botanical garden for your ceremony or reception, and celebrate the beginning of your lives together among the promise of new life flourishing all around you.
Here are some of my favorite inspirations for planning a spring wedding!
Haley graduated from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia with degrees in English and Musical Theatre. Currently, she is pursuing her MFA in Creative Writing at Chatham University.
Through various philanthropic events with her sorority, she gained experience in the areas of event planning and marketing, and plans to explore this interest further as assistant to Event Coordinator, Natasha Brody.
Her favorite aspect of the wedding planning process is seeing all of the personal details come together to create a unique event that truly expresses the personality of the couple, and ceremoniously celebrates the beginning of their life together with meaning and individuality. Favorite wedding themes and details include vintage style, romantic rustic elements, and seasonal touches.