Let’s emerge from under the blankets and look at some simple Spring styling ideas. The daffodils are popping, when it stops raining you can almost feel spring in the air. It’s time to celebrate – come and explore some styling ideas for those of you having a Spring wedding or celebration.

I’ve spent the last few weeks in the garden and working on my 2024 weddings. These photos are from a wedding mock-up sent a few weeks ago. I used spring flowers as a place holder, they worked so well I have been inspired to share the styling ideas. I hope this post will give you some inspiration if you are planning a Spring wedding or celebration.

Mud feels like the most abundant crop at the moment however with a few tricks the initial harvest can feel plentiful. In this post I’ll be sharing what flowers are in bloom and how I’d decorate for a Spring wedding using seasonal flowers growing in the cut flower garden. Most of my booked weddings are small and simple occasions which means I can focus on lots of lovely individual details. A single beautiful stem becomes the star of the show, each arrangement a reflection of the season. Making every arrangement truly unique.

Spring wedding flowers
  • Simple Spring Styling Ideas
Simple Spring Wedding Flowers

I’ll start with sharing what flowers are in season for early spring. Daffodils, Hellebores, Anemones, Mimosa and Cherry blossom will emerge in late February.

With the exception of Mimosa (which is a tree) these can all be started/planted out in the Autumn. Daffodils come in so many different varieties from whites to these jolly bright yellow classics, you’ll be able to find one to suit your theme. However, I find the the bright yellow are the first to flower and do look fabulous with mimosa. Embrace the colour!

I tend to plant hellebores in late summer when on sale or buy in new plants as they hit the garden centres in early January. Hellebores will come back yearly so always a great investment to a perennial bed and so so pretty.

There are a huge amount of different anemones available, my favourites are a white variety called “The Bride”. They flower freely around this time of year and well into Spring. Shorter stems look great popped into bud vases. As the season warms up longer, stronger stems can be woven into bouquets.

Cherry blossom and anemone Spring table
  • Spring Bud vase arrangements

When it comes to Spring Styling details, a few extra’s can make such a difference. Especially if you are DIY-ing your wedding or hosting an intimate event.

Bud vases are wonderful as they allow you to utilise a few stems. I have been on a research trip of late and found some wonderful vases – big and small. The Range and Ikea are great for affordable staples that quietly blend into the background. However, I’d always encourage you to source and add a few vintage details to stop things looking too sterile, like these little bud vases found on EBay

Small weddings have so much potential for adding sweet details like vintage plates or amazing napkins. I love the idea of adding a few well sourced pretty vintage plates to a table. A beautiful napkin can also add detail and interest to a table. You could DIY your own or invest in a fabulous set which can be reused for years to come. These green gingham napkins come from Dille & Kamille and would look great across all seasons.

A playful touch is always welcome – disco or honeycomb balls are always fun to see dotted about tables. When light is low, a reflection from a disco ball always brings a smile.

Bunting can be a great way to fill in a blank space. I love how it blurs into a background but still creates a cosy country feel. If you’re feeling inspired – why not illustrate a few flags or add a few dried flowers  for a rustic and personal touch.

Vintage details for a Spring Wedding


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