The Prettiest Spring Wedding Centerpieces
Spring's natural bounty is arguably the most stunning of all, which is why so many brides and grooms are drawn to wedding dates in the season. Fresh flowers abound, which makes them easier (and, in many cases, more affordable) to include in your celebration. Combine that with the fact that springtime's colors and floral scents are lovely, too, and it's no wonder that spring wedding centerpieces are particularly beautiful. To prove that point, we've put together a list of some of our favorite arrangements made for weddings taking place in March, April, May, or June.
Among springtime's most beloved blooms are nuptial favorites like peonies and lilies of the valley. Other popular picks include daffodils, tulips, lilacs, sweet peas, and ranunculus—all of which are featured ahead. Flowering trees like cherry blossoms and dogwoods are also embraced in many springtime celebrations, so we've also included ideas featuring those elements here. As for the color palettes that you'll find in our gallery, expect pastels and vibrant hues alike. Unsurprisingly, shades of pink, yellow, and purple are prominent.
Before you plan the arrangements for your own reception tables, click through these examples for ample inspiration. Designed by some of the industry's top florists and featuring some of spring's best flowers and shades, they're bound to take your breath away. Once you see something that speaks to your vision, share it with the professional that you're working with. Together, you can brainstorm ways to make the idea your own. Now go ahead and soak up all of the beauty!
This natural arrangement featured white cherry blossoms, whose branches contributed to the organic look, clematis, and roses. Of the Flowers designed the centerpiece.
These Natalie Bowen Designs assortments were bursting with seasonal flora, including tulips, lilacs, and daffodils. The fragrant blend smelled like spring, too, thanks to fragrant clusters of alyssum.
Romantic shades, like soft purple, dusty rose, and red, feel surprisingly springy when mixed with yellow. This arrangement of ranunculus, sweet peas, alliums, and roses was crafted by Rockrose Floral.
Nothing says spring like the lushest of peonies, similar to the pink one showcased in this G! Designs centerpiece.
We love the idea of flower runners composed of unique buds. My Sun and Stars Floral Design dreamt up this lively design.
How pretty was this Wilder Floral Co. centerpiece, filled with white sweet peas and peach, coral, and cream ranunculus and roses?
This sprawling Hana Floral Design arrangement proved that colorful blends look oh-so fresh. Peonies, delphinium, and tulips were just some of the stars in the blue, orange, and pink creation.
A little sweet pea, ranunculus, and anemone assortment like this Wicked Willow one is just that—sweet.
Lily of the Valley Centerpieces
Lilies of the valley are classic wedding flowers, and can't you see why? The tiny white buds are understated and elegant, as shown in this Bells and Whistles centerpiece.
Cherry Blossom Centerpieces
Bubblegum-colored cherry blossoms are stunning all on their own, thanks to the long branches that make this flowering tree a good choice for tall arrangements. Pedestals Floral Decorators designed this simple yet statement-making display.
Sarah Winward chose the most charming yellow and pink flowers for this rustic reception table.
Can you tell that we can't get enough of cherry blossoms? Just look at how versatile they are. At this wedding, the branches were arranged alongside lilacs by Sachi Rose.
Sweet Pea Centerpieces
This recepetion featured a springtime color palette of purple, yellow, red, and pink. Dreamy sweet peas sprouted out of the Clementine centerpieces.
When dogwood trees bloom, you know that spring's arrived, which is why their flowers are so joyful. The Foraged Fern crafted this seasonal assortment using the white flora.
In-season peonies and roses took center stage in this event's The Southern Table centerpieces.
Local wildflowers combined with cheerful peonies for these casual arrangements by Bows + Arrows.
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