“If people did not love one another, I really don’t see what use there would be in having any spring.”

Victor Hugo

Full of freshness, sunny days and blooming flowers, it is finally here. Spring is definitely our favorite season of the year and the perfect time to say ‘Yes, I do’. Passionate or romantic? Elegant or joyful? Maybe bright and colorful? Or light and tender? We want your spring wedding to be a unique day to remember. Here are our tips that will help you to plan a perfect spring wedding.

Remember the outdoors! Despite the fact that the weather will be unpredictable, try to choose a venue that has both indoor area and outdoor beauty. Don’t forget that spring is the perfect time for getting fascinating wedding photographs.

Spring wedding

More colors, please. Traditionally, we relate spring with soft pastel shades such as light pink, creamy white or baby blue. Tired of pastels? Try to decorate your celebration with red-based orange, primrose yellow or lapis blue. These colors are “must-know” for this spring as well as it will bring in more energy and vitality to your wedding celebration.

Spring wedding

Flowers everywhere. Fresh flowers decorated cake, floral ornaments on your or your bridesmaids’ dresses, flower petals on the tables and floral garlands on the walls – anything will look good! Tulips, hydrangeas, peonies and hyacinths are the best choices for spring season.

Spring wedding

Fresh ingredients and new flavors. 2017 is a year of healthier choices. Low or non-alcoholic drinks are becoming popular, so freshly squeezed blood orange mimosas or fruit-sweetened lemonades could be your pick. Since cauliflower is the king of this year, it should appear in your wedding menu. Healthy snacks, sea vegetables and Middle Eastern flavors also shouldn’t be forgotten.

Spring wedding

Finally, let’s take some photos! Spring can provide magical sunsets. Let your photographer to know that you want to take a few sunset shoots and you won’t regret that. Dreamy and romantic photographs will be an understandable excuse to leave your guests for a few minutes.

Spring wedding