Spring is undoubtedly the most popular season to get hitched and as a wedding venue Melbourne couples have chosen for decades, we love the sunshine and good vibes that come with hosting spring weddings. From quaint garden weddings to classic, traditional weddings in a ballroom, here are some fresh and fun spring wedding trends worth incorporating into your day:
Romantic flower crowns were all the rage last season and their popularity continues to grow, especially in spring when gorgeous blooms are plentiful. With flower crowns, it’s best to keep the rest of your look pretty low key, as the flower crown makes a big impact and truly is the crowning glory of your wedding day look.
Once only used in commercial signage, neon has made a major comeback of late, with custom neon signs being used by couples to add another dimension to the style of their wedding. The best part about neon signs is that they can be repurposed afterwards as a clever home décor item, and act as a lovely reminder of your wedding day.
A glass of champagne is a classic way to kick off celebrations and a ritual that occurs at weddings and other celebrations all over the world. However with fresh fruits in abundance at the start of spring, a fruit cocktail or spritzer is a cool way to inject some fresh, fruity sparkle into your spring wedding. When it comes to providing fresh produce for wedding receptions, Melbourne has plenty to offer, so make the most of it!
While limousines and classic cars still remain popular choices with couples, many are embracing fun alternatives to the usual wedding car hire options. Hiring a crowd-pleasing VW Kombi is one way to not only make an exciting entrance but also transport your entire wedding party in one go, so it could be a cost saver too (not to mention how cool they look in wedding photos).
The Gift of Life
Spring is the perfect time for getting into the garden. A garden wedding is obviously the best way to make the most of the sunshine and fresh air, but giving guests a living, breathing reminder of your wedding with a mini cactus or potted plant is also a memorable keepsake that will stand the test of time and will serve as a daily reminder of your romantic, spring garden wedding.
Mini Bouquets for the Bros
Men are increasingly becoming more involved in wedding planning, especially when it comes to their attire. Instead of popping a red rose or carnation into their lapel, teeny tiny mini “bro-quets” are taking off instead. Of course, your chosen wedding florist can whip one up for the groom and groomsmen using left over blooms, but you could also DIY – all that’s needed is a bit of string, some small blooms, a pin and a little creative flair.
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