According to our trusty Groundhog, Spring is rapidly approaching! To get you in the spirit I thought I’d share with you one of my favorite current Spring trends: PETAL TO THE METAL! That’s right, I’m talking floral print and flowers galore! For those who embrace this trend as much as I do I have provided inspiration below to introduce how you can effectively incorporate this trend into any individual element or all areas of your wedding day!
Go Garden Chic with this Ivy and Aster gown that is entirely created in a tulle rosette fabric. The subtle yet outstanding detail of rosettes encompassing every inch of the dress make every angle picture worthy. I would like to take this opportunity to announce that Real Men wear floral print! Whether it’s a tie, bow tie, pocket square, socks or any other element of the Grooms attire, a mix matched floral combination is a winner! All we recommend is at least to include him on the decision of which element it should be. To all the bridesmaids, whether you’ll wear it again is still yet to be determined but at least you’ll look and feel amazing in an unconventional pop of floral print.
Make a feminine statement at your rehearsal dinner or on your wedding day with this Ebony Fleur pink floral necklace. I know your shoes won’t show through your wedding dress but when they do, let them be SEEN and HEARD with these loud Jimmy Choo Python Floral Pumps.
Are you daring enough to go sans veil? If you are, try this gorgeous floral head wreath on for size. Add a touch of detail to your manicure for a subtle way to spice up your nails. Test it out on one finger or go full force with all ten. A floral clutch will be the perfect addition to your wedding day ensemble. Big enough for people to notice and small enough for the few belongings you’ll want at your disposal.
Let your escort card arrangement be a display that’s as visually stimulating as it is fragrantly. Execute the floral trend by offering flower seed favors to your guests. Besides being aesthetically adorable this favor has meaning and sentiment. Planting something and tending to it so it can blossom and grow. Is it just me or does that sound slightly like a marriage? A gorgeous floral illustration on your invite will excite your guests about your upcoming event. Embellish your chair with some colorful flowers as if there could be anymore spotlight on you!
The bar is the most frequented place at a wedding so dress up your signature cocktail with a flower garnish! Just because your cake will be cut and devoured doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be BEAUTIFUL. This floral Maggie Austin Cake will make your guests look twice upon viewing it and think twice before taking a bite. There’s no such thing as too much dessert. These lovely lollies can be presented to guests as a favor or add dimension to the dessert table.
Floral hanging curtains can add depth to your wedding decor or be a beautiful backdrop for your ceremony. Let flowers rule your table with floral printed plates and other dining accessories. And let your table numbers be one with the rest. When you pay attention to the details so will all your guests!
The Spring Season is all about color and flowers in full bloom! Use both to truly transform your guests to a delicate and pleasant place like this tablescape that combines colorful blossoms high and low. Your bouquet will be walking you down the aisle which means there should be some focus put on its appearance. For Spring think lush, cheerful, bold, colorful and plentiful. This bouquet emulates Spring with its full flowers, range of colors and whimsical ribbon combination to seal the deal. There’s no denying that your ring will ALWAYS look best on your finger but place it on this floral pillow for a close second, if for nothing else than fun photos!
1. “Blossom” Dress by Ivy and Aster. 2. Photo via WellGroomed. 3. Photography by Heather Hester via Snippet and Ink. 4. Pink Floral Necklace by Ebony Fleur. 5. Jimmy Choo “Lola” Floral Python Pump via Neiman Marcus. 6. Floral Headpiece; Photo by JFY Photography via Weddingbee. 7. Floral Designed Nails; Photo via Tumblr. 8. Floral Ila Clutch via 100 Layer Cake. 9. Photography by Stevi Savage of Averyhouse via Sweetest Occasion. 10. Photography by Levi Stolove via Just About Married. 11. Floral Invite from Rifle Paper Co. via Oh So Beautiful Paper. 12. Photography by Jose Villa via Style Me Pretty. 13. Floral Garnished Lillet Rose Cocktail via Martha Stewart. 14. Floral Cake by Maggie Austin Cake. 15. Dahlia Flower Lollipops by DesignerLollipop via Etsy. 16. Photography by Elyse Hall via Style Me Pretty. 17. Photography by The Beautiful Mess via The Perfect Palette. 18. DIY Table Number from Wedding Chicks and Framed Floral Table Number from Elizabeth Anne Designs via B.Loved Weddings. 19. Photography by Rebecca Wood via Intimate Weddings. 20. Bouquet by BladeNYC Photographed by Allan Zepeda via Roey Mizrahi Events. 21. Floral Ring Pillow via Interest Box.