Wedding Ideas That Scream "Spring!"

Since more than 40% of BG brides get married between March and June, we pulled together some of our favorite trends for these wonderful warm-weather months.

Embrace the Rainy Season
You know what they say — “April showers bring May flowers.” Be prepared for a rainy day, or add some creative touches to your décor, like upside-down umbrellas suspended from the ceiling.

cute wedding photo in the rain
Photo Credit: Disney Fine Art Photography & Video

bride in rain boots
Photo Credit: Clary Photo on Grey Likes Weddings via 

umbrella wedding decor
Photo Credit: Justin Lee Photography/Created By: Canvas and Canopy Events

Bold Bouquets
With so many flowers in season during the spring months, your options are nearly endless when it comes to your bridal bouquet. We love using bold warm tones:

bold spring wedding bouquet
Photo Credit: Dave Richards Photography on Dave Richards via

pink wedding bouquet
Photo Credit: Holli B. Photography

Play Ball
For fans of America’s favorite pastime, one of the best things about spring is the return of baseball season. If you two can’t get enough, add a few touches to your wedding — from subtle nods, like a cake topper, to naming your tables after MLB parks:

baseball cake topper
Photo Credit: Rachael Foster Photography

tables named after mlb parks
Photo Credit: Rachael Foster Photography

Planter-Inspired Centerpieces
Spring is a wonderful time for gardening; for your centerpieces, consider a suspended planter or cute takeaway succulents that guests can plant at home:

suspended centerpiece
Photo courtesy of Susan Graham Signature Events

centerpiece with succulent favors
Photo Credit: Continuum Photography

Cherry Blossoms
One of the most anticipated times in our nation’s capital this season is when the cherry blossoms begin to bloom – and the blooming period only lasts up to 14 days. Incorporate these spectacular flowers in your décor, recreate them on your cake or, if you’re getting married in DC during the blooming period, be sure to take a few photos under the cherry blossoms!

cherry blossoms wedding ceremony decorcherry blossoms wedding cake
Photo Credit: Guy Heart Studio (left); Carrie Wildes Photography (right)

cherry blossoms wedding photo
Photo Credit: Stacey Vaeth Photography

Lighten Up, Grooms!
Embrace the warmth of the season by ditching black formalwear in favor of a lighter hues for the groom and groomsmen. We love this groom’s seersucker suit and these groomsmen in tan:

seersucker suit for the groom
Photo Credit: Allyson Wiley Photography

have the groom wear a different suit than the groomsmen
Photo Credit: Honey Heart Photography

Butterflies & Birds
As the butterflies leave their cocoons and the birds return home, many couples opt to include nods to these fluttering creatures in their spring wedding décor — from bridesmaids dresses to cake toppers to centerpieces to place cards:

butterfly bridesmaids dresses
Photo Credit: Photo by Gannon

butterfly bird cageflower girl wreath
Photos courtesy of Andrea Montgomery Events

lovebirds cake topper
Photo Credit: JoPhoto

Photo Credit: Memoire Studio

Open-Air Transportation
Take advantage of the season’s warmth by riding from your ceremony to reception on a bike — either motorized or build for two. 

vespa wedding transportation
Photo Credit: Sweet Little Photographs

bicycle built for two
Photo Credit: Hoffer Photography

Dream Location: Garden
A garden is a perfect location for a springtime wedding — flowers are blooming all around you, the grass has never looked greener, and the slight breeze in the air will keep your guests cool. Many couples opt to bring indoor elements out, like gorgeous chandeliers.

garden wedding ceremony
Photo Credit: John Labbe/Created by: Preston Bailey

outdoor wedding with a crystal chandelier
Photo Credit: Victor Sizemore Photography

Vibrant Shades for Bridesmaids
Pastels are always popular for spring, but we love going for the bold; try a cobalt blue or vivid pink instead.

blue bridesmaids dresses
Photo Credit: Hailey Erickson Photography

pink bridesmaids dresses
Photo Credit: Rachael Foster Photography

Are you getting married in the spring? Tell us know your favorite trend!

—Kristen Klein