Pastels Spring into Weddings
With spring nearly upon us, the season of sublime brides is about to bloom.
Pastels are big this season, with mint proving to be a fresh and popular base hue, pairing well with lemon, blush and apricot, according to Polka Dot Bride.
Team this pastel palette with raw timber tables, runners in lace, cut glassware and bentwood chairs, and the design brief is on trend.
Bring pastels alive by putting bridesmaids in different shades of the one colour, and let the men have fun with patterned hue-matching bow-ties.
Low rambling floral arrangements on tables allow guest to chat without being cut-off by towering vases, while the bride and groom’s chairs can be decked with “Mr and Mrs” floral garlands.
Flowers look great in pastel shades with hints of virbrant green ferns to keep them looking fresh.
Here is a spring bouquet suggestion: Six lavender sprigs, 10 lilac stems, one bunch of lily of the valley, six ranunculus, five tulips and six stems of green foliage. Bind with a soft pastel grosgrain ribbon and finish with a long-tailed bow.