September officially marks the beginning of another wedding season and the start of our favourite time of year – Spring!
As we move into the warmer weather, let’s take a look at what is going to be big for weddings in the coming months.
OK, so it’s not a complete goodbye to greenery but this Spring we’re definitely going to see couples opting for non-traditional floral elements for both their ceremony and reception.
Florist Jessica Jerome from Sweet Pea and Honey Bee says,
‘For spring weddings this season among my clients I am seeing the popularity of dried florals emerge. In particular a mix of dried florals in gorgeous latte, tan and muddy brown tones combined with fresh florals in rust, gold and apricot. Colour is also back in a big way with many clients moving away from whites and pale pastels and option for a brighter palette.’
Keep it simple
While Winter weddings require both the couple and their guests to layer up against the cold, Spring allows brides to pair things back and this year more than ever, we’re seeing a shift towards sleek, minimalist gowns.
Think simple silhouettes, beautiful backs and delicate details. The complete opposite to the meringue dresses of yesteryear!