Ah, spring time. It’s (usually) baseball season, and always a beautiful season for flowers. So for couples who love blooms, it’s the perfect time to get married. Here are some centerpieces for spring weddings, from real weddings that are sure to inspire.
Yena Jung, of By Yena Designs, explains what makes spring time so special when it comes to flowers, “In the spring, unlike other seasons, we have so many different types of flowers like Peonies, Hellebores, and poppies available to us and because these are only available during a short window of time each year, they feel even more special to us all. Especially everyone’s favorite, the peony!”
Image by Robert Falck Photography, Flowers By Yena Designs
“My favorite seasonal tree is cherry blossom. When we create centerpieces with cherry blossom, we [bring the outdoors in] so on a table as a centerpiece, it feels truly extraordinary to be dining under a tree,” says Jung.
Image by Photopink, Flowers By Yena Designs
Debbie Turner Originals created this tall centerpiece that has white hydrangea, lavender freesia, lavender roses, Amnesia (mauve roses), peach spray roses, pink astilbe, white tweedia, Italian ruscus greens, salal leaf.
Image and Flowers by Debbie Turner Originals
For her own spring wedding, Yena Jung of By Yena Designs created romantic centerpieces made of peonies, roses, tulips and Phalaenopsis orchids
Image by XO Andrea, Flowers By Yena Designs
Hy-Vee created this low centerpiece using Ecuador Roses, Lavender and Saga Pink Moody Blues , Light Blue Hydrangea, White Oriental Lilies, Light Pink Tulips, Queen Anne’s Lace, Lily Grass and Eucalyptus.
The beautiful low centerpiece below has Sarah Bernhardt Peonies, Quicksand Roses, white spray roses, white veronica, white lisianthus, silver dollar eucalyptus & Italian ruscus, some of which, are painted gold.
Image and Florals by Debbie Turner Originals
Check out this Designer Profile for more on Debbie Turner Originals and her beautiful florals.
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