Spring has sprung!

If you’re getting married in 2017, we’ve highlighted some of our favourite wedding trends for your special day.
 

Kate Gray Photography

Kate Gray Photography

Wild Flowers
There has been a rise in couples moving away from traditional preened bouquets and table centre pieces to go for more of a ‘wild’ look. Instead of picking particular flowers, freshly cut flowers which are in season are the way forward and will look the most natural.

Ben Minnaar Photography / Clare Jones Floral Design

Ben Minnaar Photography / Clare Jones Floral Design

Cocktail Hour
What better occasion to have a happy hour than at your wedding! Some couples are replacing wine with fruit-filled, decorative cocktails made to suit everyone’s taste. Served in stunning glassware, these tasty drinks are always a hit with guests looking for something a little different.

Lottie Ettling Photography

Lottie Ettling Photography

Lighting
Lighting can be used to create ambience and atmosphere at you wedding. There has been an increase in couples using hanging lighting such as lanterns, ‘Edison’ bulbs and strings of fairy lights - particularly attractive when decorating your exterior space.

Ben Minnaar Photography

Ben Minnaar Photography

Colour
Traditionally, weddings are full of subdued, pastel colours as opposed to bright ones. But in the colourful season of spring, injections of colour liven up the look and feel of your big day. Whether it’s in the tablecloths, flowers, bridesmaid’s dresses or chair backs, we love the idea of adding a bit of colour to a spring wedding.

Lina & Tom

Lina & Tom

Wood
Natural looking table decorations, place cards and seating is one of our favourite spring wedding trends. Moving away from metal seating and glass centrepieces, features made out of wood as well as trees for decoration are enhancing the feel of a natural wedding - perfect for a spring day.

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