10 Swoon-Worthy Spring Wedding Centrepieces

Now that Spring is well and truly here we thought we’d spoil you with some inspiration for Spring wedding centrepieces. Choosing the perfect centrepiece for your wedding tables can be a difficult decision, as there is so much choice out there and you want it to fit in with your theme while making your tables look fabulous. With a strong focus on beautiful seasonal blooms, we’re bringing you 10 of our favourite Spring wedding centrepieces.

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10 Swoon-Worthy Spring Wedding Centrepieces

We think that a Spring wedding is the perfect match for a country garden theme. Style your wedding tables with a variety of mismatched watering cans and fill them with your favourite Spring blooms. Opt for Daffodils, Tulips and handfuls of Sweet Pea for a natural look that looks as if you’ve hand-picked them from your garden. You could collect different watering cans over the course of your wedding planning, or ask friends and family to help out. The best news is they won’t tug on the purse strings!

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A cream jug is a beautiful way to display gorgeous Spring flowers, and it can suit any theme or style of wedding. We suggest placing it on a rustic wooden tree slice and surrounding the jug with lots of little tea lights for a shabby chic style. 10 Swoon-Worthy Spring Wedding Centrepieces whimsicalwonderlandweddings.com - lolarosephotography.com

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If you’ve got a wedding venue with high ceilings, such as a rustic tipi or marquee, why not use adorn wooden beams or poles with Spring blooms? This is a lovely alternative to a traditional centrepiece and it’s a fab way of decorating your venue. It will also save you heaps of space on your reception tables!

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Dramatic chandeliers entwined with flowers and foliage make for a unique yet beautiful Spring centrepiece. They’re a wonderful choice if you’re not a huge fan of the chandeliers on their own, and they can look really elegant.

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If you’re tying the knot over the Easter weekend, why not incorporate the celebration into your wedding theme? A traditional Easter tree is a lovely option for your Spring wedding centrepieces and they’re easy to pull together. Simply fill a jug, vase or pot with some dried twigs and hang little Easter ornaments from the branches. You could write your table number on the front of a jug, or place a small sign between the twigs.

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Birdcages make beautiful table centrepieces throughout the year, but they’re a super pretty addition for a Spring wedding. Trail ivy around the outside of the birdcage, or fill it bursting with beautiful blooms. Tea-lights and candles look lovely placed inside the birdcage, particularly in the evening.

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A pastel colour scheme is simply perfect for a Spring wedding. Painted mason jars in various hues of baby pink, sky blue and mint look gorgeous clustered together. Fill the jars with tea-lights or seasonal posies, and you’ve got yourself some seriously pretty Spring wedding centrepieces.

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A rustic wedding theme has always been a popular choice for brides and grooms, and it’s wonderfully suited to a Spring celebration. A rustic wooden tree slice makes a fab base for your centrepieces, and it’ll help to give your wedding venue a woodland vibe. Wrap hessian or burlap ribbon around jam or mason jars and place a handful of pretty yellow blooms in each jar. Opting for yellow flowers will sprinkle your wedding day with sunshine, and it’s a subtle nod towards the season. Follow the theme throughout your wedding tables by using a hessian table runner and burlap wedding favour bags.

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If you’re planning on using long trestle tables at your wedding reception, you’ll need a centrepiece that lines the length of the table. We recommend using an abundance of greenery to cover the centre of your banquet tables. Work in a few tea-lights, candles and colourful Spring flowers for an extra special touch. However, as you’ll know from Pantone’s Colour of the Year for 2017, greenery alone works just as well.

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If you want to create a relaxed, whimsical wedding theme for your Spring celebration, listen up! We suggest collecting a mixture of jars, bottles and small vases throughout your wedding planning. You’ll be able to source them at car boot sales, antique shops or over on The Wedding of My Dreams shop. Using a variety of different styles, colours and shapes will make your wedding tables look absolutely stunning. Place a single posy in each jar and line them along a wooden trestle table. This simple idea looks incredibly effective.

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A Spring wedding is a chance to reflect and celebrate the blossoming new season and the abundance of blooms. Opt for a variety of different flowers for a fresh and floral approach to your table centrepieces. Are you planning a pretty Spring wedding day?

 

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Wooden Crate Boxes, Confetti Petals & Blackboard Bucket Centrepieces – Real Wedding

Charlotte and Bradley tied the knot at the show-stopping Shustoke Barn, and used a pink wedding theme. Discover how this pair pulled off the prettiest wedding theme using wooden crates, confetti petals and our blackboard bucket centrepieces.

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Wooden Crate Boxes, Confetti Petals & Blackboard Bucket Centrepieces

Charlotte and Bradley added a touch of country charm to their wedding tables by using our blackboard buckets as their wedding centrepieces. These blackboard bucket centrepieces are the perfect fit for a rustic or country wedding. You can write the table name or numbers on the piece of blackboard. This loved-up duo opted for a delightful combination of blush pink, ivory and green blooms created by Passion for Flowers to fill their blackboard buckets. We love the fact that they used lots of little tea-lights to give their tables a warm glow.

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There are lots of different ways you could use our blackboard buckets centrepieces throughout your wedding. You could stack them up to use them as a stylish seating plan, or you could fill with fun activity books and table games to keep the children entertained.

Charlotte and Bradley also used wooden crates throughout their wedding day to add a rustic feel to their decor. They used the crates to hold the bride and bridesmaids’ beautiful bouquets. You can also use wooden crates to display your seating plan, or as shelves for decorations.

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The couple opted for pink confetti to use after they had said ‘I Do’. If you’re struggling for ideas on how to display your confetti, this real wedding is bursting with inspiration.

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You could display it in silver buckets for a dash of country garden elegance. They also look gorgeous in floral cones or our ‘Sprinkle Me’ bags.

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We adore how Charlotte and Bradley filled jugs with roses and used them to decorate their wedding venue. They used them to add a floral touch to their card and gift table, and it effortlessly added to the beauty of Shustoke Barn!

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Passion for Flowers have some fabulous ideas for their weddings, such as tying a simple luggage tag to each buttonhole. This is a fab way of avoiding any confusion on the morning of your wedding day!

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As you can see, Charlotte and Bradley’s wedding day was overflowing with gorgeous pink details. The perfect inspiration if you’re dreaming of a rustic or country wedding theme…

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Where To Start When Styling A Country Garden Wedding

My recent article in Save The Date Magazine was all about where to start when styling a country garden wedding. If you are thinking of having a country garden wedding have a read, you may find some useful tips for styling your wedding. Read Save The Date Magazine in full here. how to style a country garden wedding with decorations from the wedding of my dreams

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 Where to start when styling a country garden wedding

Choosing the venue

If you’re thinking of having a country garden style wedding it is important to choose a venue that’s going to fit with your style. Venues that work well for relaxed country garden weddings are barns, marquees or garden settings. National trust properties make an idyllic setting for a country garden wedding.

Add some colour

The lovely thing about country gardens is the mix of colours, if you are having this style of wedding you don’t have to commit to one or two colours only. Having a mix of bright colours works really well in this setting. You could add this into your day through different coloured bridesmaids’ dresses or more subtly through a mix of colourful flowers.  Here Passion for Flowers created a mix of different bridesmaids’ bouquets to reflect the different coloured bridesmaids’ dresses.

Lead the way

Once guests arrive at your wedding venue make sure they know where they are going, hanging signs outside on gates and from trees is a great way to direct your guests. Love this sign saying This Way To The I Do’s. At The Wedding of my Dreams we have a range of directional signs available.

The table plan is another feature where you can bring out your theme, set up your table plan in a corner of a room and make a statement of it, style it with jugs and bottles to make it a lovely feature. The Wedding of my Dreams has a whole range of table plans for country garden weddings.

On the tables

Bring the country garden theme through on your guest tables. Over the linen cloth lay a square of hessian or hessian runner and choose between buckets, jugs, milk churns or any quirky containers you can get your hands on for your centrepieces. Ask your florist to use natural country garden flowers, if your venue has a garden ask if your florist can include some of the same flowers that can be found in the gardens this will help the centrepieces look very in keeping and true to the setting.

Wedding favours

If you are giving favours perhaps you could make your own jam or chutney and give a small jar to each guest, or scented lavender grain or small bunches of lavender on every place setting would be lovely. You may want to keep it simple and give sweets or chocolates, choosing a lovely favour box will help keep them look in keeping with the style of your day.

Around the room

You can create real impact as guests walk into the venue by hanging decorations from the ceiling. Paper pom poms, lanterns or long lengths of bunting work really well for this.

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