Everything You Should Know About Ordering Spring Wedding Flowers
Saying “I do” in the spring? Lucky for you, there are so many gorgeous spring wedding flowers to pick from! Spring brings the perfect opportunity to use beautiful, seasonal flowers at an affordable price. Not to mention, this season is known for its bright colors, whimsical styles, and dreamy aesthetics, giving wedding couples lots of inspiration to work with. From the oh-so-popular peony to novelty tulips and SO many more, the list of blooms goes on, giving you plenty of options to create stunning spring flower arrangements.
Spring symbolizes rebirth and new beginnings, so it’s no wonder many couples choose this special time of year to say "I do." Some of the most popular spring wedding colors include pastels like lavender, soft pink, dusty blue, yellow, and peach. You can use pastels alone, or pair them with bolder hues like burgundy or bright coral for a striking effect.
We've put together a list of our favorite spring wedding flowers, plus some tips on how to choose the right blooms for your big day.
Popular Spring Wedding Flowers
The following flowers are in full bloom during the spring months (March, April, May and June). They'll be at their peak availability and at their best prices. Plus, when you order through FiftyFlowers, you'll get free shipping!
This gorgeous filler flower is known for its delicate star-shaped flowers which cluster together to form a unique globe shape. Coming in a variety of purples and whites, this bloom is a dream come true for spring weddings.
While most anemones are available year-round, this bloom is especially popular as a spring wedding flower. With wispy petals, and a unique center that "pops" anemones are a great focal flower because they draw the eye. You can find them in a classic white with a striking black center, or in shades of pink, red, purple, or blue.
3.) Calla Lily
Is there anything more sleek and refined than a calla lily? This bloom is most commonly found in a simple white hue, but can also be ordered in a variety of other spring wedding colors. Their elongated, trumpet-shaped bloom give them a classic yet modern feel.
4.) Cherry Blossom
Adding a cherry blossom branch to your arrangements will add height and detail to your spring wedding flowers. The dainty pink flowers that line each branch are a classic symbol of spring.
Cornflowers can serve as a pop of color in your spring arrangements. Coming primarily in a signature blue hue, and a vibrant pink, the shape and texture of these blooms gives off a wildflower feel.
As another classic spring wedding flower, the daffodil is great for adding a little sunshine to your big day. While you're probably most familiar with the classic bright yellow color, daffodils also come in pastel yellow, white, and golden hues.
Add "something blue" to your wedding flowers with some stems of gorgeous delphinium. This line flower is delicate and whimsical, but also adds structure and height to arrangements. Order it in just about any shade of blue or purple you can imagine!
Also known as the "foxtail lily," this unique flower is made up of a tall stem, lined with dainty orange blooms. With a distinct color pattern that resembles an ombre effect, we love seeing this bloom paired with wildflowers for a woodland wedding aesthetic.
9.) Garden Roses
Garden roses are a popular choice for spring wedding flowers, thanks to their romantic and elegant feel. Like a standard rose, they come in a wide selection of colors, styles, and varieties. Their petals patterns are usually unique, ranging from ruffles to swirls.
10.) Gerbera Daisy
Gerbera daisies feature a distinct center and layered petals that resemble rays of sunshine. You'll find these blooms in shades of pink, peach, yellow, white, red, orange, and more. Gerberas are especially popular for rustic wedding arrangements!
This wispy spring wedding flower comes in light green or faded burgundy. The lush green leaves that accompany the blooms also serve to add color and depth to arrangements.
Hyacinth is a petite type of filler flower whose dainty blooms vary in color and shape. In some varieties, you'll find small bulb-like blooms, and in others, you'll see the small flowers take on a star shape. Regardless, Hyacinth packs rich texture and detail.
Hydrangeas are loved for their large surface area, and ability to add volume to flower arrangements. Smaller, round petals come together in a large cluster to form an impressive focal flower. Ranging from white to light blue to dark purple to pink, hydrangeas will continue to be one of the most popular types of spring wedding flowers.
The distinct petals of this spring flower will help your wedding arrangements take flight. Perfect for adding a sense of movement and variety to your blooms, the iris flower is bursting with personality.
The large blooms of kale resemble the pattern of a rose, while showcasing a leaf-like texture that gives it an organic, down-to-earth feel. With a wide selection of varieties to choose from, you can find kale in shades of purple or green.
Lavender makes an excellent choice for spring wedding flowers due to its pastel hue and soothing qualities. Some fresh lavender in your bouquet will help you stay relaxed on your big day. We love seeing this flower all on its own, tied together into an understated arrangement, or paired with other white, purple, or blue blooms!
The dainty buds and blooms of lilacs are perfect for filling in spring bouquets, or adding some detail to boutonnieres and corsages. You can find this flower in a variety of purples, white, and. even blush.
18.) Lily of the Valley
Lily of the Valley features dainty stems lined with white umbrella-shaped blooms. Bunched together, these spring wedding flowers create timeless bouquets and arrangements. In fact, Kate Middleton's wedding bouquet featured Lily of the Valley!
The layered petals of Lisianthus flowers unfold in a unique pattern, creating impressive blooms that are packed with texture and movement. Not to mention, the unopened buds add contrast and dimension to each bunch. Find this flower in classic white, light pink, lavender peach, and more.
Peonies are one of the most popular and impressive types of spring wedding flowers. With a massive bloom size, and a ruffled texture that can't be beat, peonies will make a big statement in your bouquets, centerpieces, and more. There are endless colors and varieties to choose from, and luckily, these highly desirable blooms are most affordable and available during the spring months!
21.) Queen Anne’s Lace
Queen Anne's Lace is another great filler flower option for spring weddings. Clusters of tiny blooms create an umbrella of texture at the top portion of each stem!
The ranunculus flower is another fan-favorite bloom that consists of tightly packed swirls of petals, that create a disc shape. A newer variety of this spring wedding flower, named the Butterfly Ranunculus, takes on a wispy, whimsical feel with delicately layered petals.
Are you wanting to add some texture and variety to your arrangements? Scabiosa flowers are known for their intricate petals, and dome-shaped centers which are packed with detail and texture.
This type of spring wedding flower adds height to arrangements thanks to its long, slender stem and wispy petals. Their stems tend to curve and take on whimsical shapes, giving them both a structured and free-spirited appearance.
Stock flowers are a great way to add volume to your arrangements, and at the same time, they're highly affordable! Each stem is densely packed with petals and buds, giving you the most bang for your buck.
26.) Sweet Peas
As the name implies, these spring wedding flowers are oh-so sweet with charming petals that seem to practically float off the stems. Add touches of this bloom to your arrangements for a soft and elegant look.
Tulips are a classic spring flower that evoke feelings of new life and fresh beginnings. Their petals fold up in to a cup shape, and can take on different textures depending on the variety! Order them in just about any color your heart desires.
These filler flowers have a one-of-a-kind shape and texture that will give your arrangement a springtime, wildflower feel. You can order veronica flowers in white, purple, or pink hues.
Solomio is a type of dianthus flower with flat, yet layered blooms. The petals can feature unique patterns and textures depending on the variety. These spring wedding flowers are ideal for filling space in your arrangements, adding pops of color, and adding a light and wispy effect.
Choosing Your Spring Wedding Flowers
If you're getting married in the spring, it may feel a bit overwhelming to choose which blooms you want to order. While you may love the look of a certain flower, don't forget to take these factors into consideration as well:
1.) Climate and Weather
What does spring weather look like where your venue is located? For some, spring weather means a chance of rain and mild temperatures, and for others it means lots of sunshine and warmer days. Keep in mind that more delicate flowers, such as the treasured Butterfly Ranunculus, will wilt faster in heat than hardier flowers such as daisies.
2.) Color palette and style
An essential part to ordering your flowers is understanding your overall vision. Will your spring wedding flowers be vintage-inspired, or full of modern flare? Are you getting married in a barn, a garden, or a chic museum? Is your color palette full of pastels and neutrals, or bursting with pops of bright color? As you browse for blooms, think about the overall style of your arrangements, and make sure to check to see what colors are available.
Staying within budget is a challenge for any wedding couple, but fortunately there are ways to get your spring wedding flowers without breaking the bank. Ordering wholesale flowers, and DIYing them with your wedding party, friends, and family is a great way to save money. Certain flowers also come with a higher price tag. It's up to you to decide where to splurge and where to save.
4.) Desired greenery
Finally, you'll want to choose the right type of greenery to match your flowers. Do you love sage greens like eucalyptus and dusty miller, or are you drawn to the rich green hue of ruscus? We also offer DIY greenery packs that come with an array of greens for your bouquets, centerpieces, and more.
Are you ready to get started on your flower journey? We're here for you! Start shopping for spring wedding flowers by color or variety, or explore your style by following us on Pinterest or checking out our Make This Look page.
We send fresh flowers straight from the farms to your arms, so you can design your dream look while saving money. If you need help designing, be sure to check out our YouTube for DIY tutorials, book a consultation, or read the blogs below for some more guidance!
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Originally by Thalia Basulto, Rewritten by Leah Britt
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