The right flowers for spring

Spring is a stunning time of year for a wedding or a special event. 

With lots of beautiful flowers in season and the trees exploding with beautifully scented blossom, it can be difficult to choose with so much variety, so what are the right seasonal flowers for spring?

There is a huge variety but the true flowers of Spring are: daffodils, forsythia, foxglove, freesia, hyacinths, lilac, lily of the valley and narcissi. They all come in an array of colours and can be very versatile when planning any style of event. They are equally gorgeous mixed together or used as an individual type of bloom in different colours for striking displays.

There are even more stunning varieties, including tulips, poppies, stocks, wysteria, guelder-rose, lilac, blossom branches, bluebells and irises.

Romantic brides are in luck, as spring is the perfect season for romantic boho-style flowers in pastel palettes. Consider using ranunculus, anemones and lily of the valley, either on their own or mixed with soft roses or peonies in pink, peach or lemon for a vintage romantic vibe.

Modern brides who prefer brighter colours can spice it up more with tulips and huge hydrangeas, or some single bloom daisy faces which are an all-year flower but look their best in spring.

Table decorations for spring events

You could plant spring bulbs in glass bowls or vases surrounded by moss or even fragrant herbs for a rustic look, or if you want a big statement, experiment with filling large metal buckets, watering cans and vintage washstand jugs with big branches of blossoms. Any vessel, in fact, can tell a story, as long as the theme is maintained throughout.

When choosing the flowers for spring events, you can achieve amazing results with a vintage look, like using spring wildflowers in jamjars or even teacups for table decorations, which the guest can be encouraged to take home. 

Let spring explode at your next event! For more information, you can call us on 07572863132 or send us an email at flowers@blossomlaneflorist.co.uk.

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