{10 + 1} Spring 2015 Trends to Follow

10 + 1 Spring wedding trends to follow for sure this season and in Spring 2016!

The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and spring is in the air. This season is about renewal. Perfect time to begin your life as a married couple in the season that symbolizes starting new.

Check out these new and unique trends for your spring wedding.

Put the Black Tux Away– Grooms are embracing lighter shades this season. Patterned ties or bowties with suspenders show off the groom’s personality and style.

Fresh Flowers– Tulips, Ranunculus, Anemones, lilacs, succulents are the top flowers for spring.

Custard– Yellow symbolizes happiness, and this muted tint is a great accent color to pair with soft pinks or dark blues.


Fresh Coat of Paint– the Mason jar trend is still going strong. Not only are they a less expensive option, they also fit into a country wedding. Revamp the traditional jars yourself with paint.


Let’s Play Some Games– Outdoor games are a great way for your guests to past the time between the ceremony and reception.


Go Naked?– Now I suggest you keep the naked trend to the cake. This wedding cake is simple and looks lovely with fresh produce and flowers.


Dusty Blue– Last year it was Robin’s blue; this year it is Dusty blue. Still a light blue, but with hints of gray.


Finishing Touches– It’s all about the details. Not only will the room smell amazing, the small blooms will be a unique touch to your place settings.


Step Outside– Many brides are opting for outdoor wedding during the spring. Just remember to plan for those April showers.

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Off the Shoulder– A new trend coming to bridal are these gorgeous, timeless, off-the-shoulder gowns.


Festival Flair– Although this isn’t a music festival a crown of flowers are perfect for a bohemian bride or for your flower girl.


No matter the season make your wedding special by adding personal touches that you and your future husband love. My sister had yellow daffodils at her spring wedding because when her fiancé proposed by a field of daffodils. Combine the trends with your vision and story. Share with us the detail you are most excited about for your wedding and why!

~Allie Herring, Wonderful Wedding 101 Spring Intern 🙂

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