With the prospect of milder weather, views of budding blooms, and longer days without the heat or humidity of summer, spring is no doubt an excellent time to tie the knot. Those dreaming of an outdoor wedding may also find spring the best season to get married.
The beauty of this stunning season inspires a whole host of trends too, and spring 2022 is no different. We take a closer look at the spring wedding trends that aren’t just made for the season but are here to stay.
Florals are back and they’re fresher than ever!
Whether using fresh flowers to decorate your wedding venue or donning a gorgeous bridal gown complete with 3D floral motifs, florals are back in a big way.
As well as going native with your flower choice, taking your search for the perfect spring wedding palette a little further afield is a trend many spring brides are getting on board with. Show-stopping, tropical flowers like orchids, anthuriums, birds of paradise, pampas grass, and gypsophila flower clouds in classic, muted or jewel tones are going to be seen at weddings during spring and beyond.
Bridal looks that come in two (or three)
If wedding dress shopping hasn’t been the magical experience that it should be, this spring wedding trend could be the one for you.
Bridal separates have become increasingly popular in recent years but spring 2022 is the time when their use explodes! We’ll let Brides explain more the bridal separates that are taking the wedding scene and fashion world by storm:
“We said it once and we’ll say it again, we absolutely love the increase of non-traditional bridalwear—especially bridal separates. For brides who prefer multiple pieces, as opposed to wearing a wedding dress, this is your time to shine! Separates were heavily seen in the bridal fashion week circuit, most notably by Scorcesa, Nordeen, and Yolancris.”
Detachable elements like sleeves, capes and capelets are also paving the way for very non-traditional bridal looks this spring.
Statement accessories for bride and groom
Whether going classic or ultra-chic with their wedding looks, the couple at the centre of the celebration have to shine. With bridalwear and groomswear getting more daring, it should come as no surprise that accessory choices are getting bolder too.
Grooms will be making real statements with colourful and printed suits and accessories this spring. Whilst brides will be teaming their already non-traditional separates with headwear that is fit for a queen. This theme is expected to continue long into summer, autumn and winter.
Bars that keep guests on the wagon
Dry January may be done and dusted but many individuals will want to continue avoiding or cutting down on their alcohol intake to look and feel as fresh and fabulous as the season.
The non-alcoholic drinks market has grown exponentially since the end of lockdown, and its popularity is now filtering through to the wedding industry. This spring, more and more marrying couples will be devising bar menu choices that keep them and their guests on the wagon, and the concoctions created by bar staff are more exciting, adventurous and delicious than ever.