Spring Wedding Flower Inspiration

While most flowers are available any time of year, you may want spring flowers for your spring wedding. If so, here are early, mid, and late spring ideas in a range of colors!

 

 

Daffodils are synonymous with spring. You probably won’t find many varieties available commercially but you will find more than just the common yellow trumpets.

Tulips are available in a wide range of colors. Far more than what you see here. The options seem endless!

 

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There are many types of blooming branches available, including forsythia, pictured below with daffodils, tulips, and allium (ornamental onion).

 

 

Double Trouble Daffodil FlowerDouble Trouble Daffodil
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Yellow DaffodilYellow Daffodil
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Yellow TulipYellow Tulip
from: Fiftyflowers.com

ForsythiaForsythia
from: Jrroses.com

White tulipWhite tulip
from: Jrroses.com

Creamy White Double Tulip Creamy White Double Tulip
from: Fiftyflowers.com

White AlliumWhite Allium
from: BloomsByTheBox.com

White Wedding Bells Daffodil FlowerWhite Wedding Bells Daffodil
from: Fiftyflowers.com

 

Sweet peas, anemone, blooming quince, peony, and several types of tulips.

 

Ombre Rose Quartz Double Fringed TulipsDouble Fringed Tulips
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Sweet PeasSweet Peas
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Pink French TulipPink French Tulip
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Pink Bliss Double TulipPink Bliss Double Tulip
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Scarlet Frill TulipScarlet Frill Tulip
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Red AnemoneRed Anemone
from: BloomsByTheBox.com

Blooming Coral Quince BranchesBlooming Coral Quince Branches
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Coral Charm PeonyCoral Charm Peony
from: Fiftyflowers.com

 

Tulips, hyacinth, peonies, astilbe, allium, and irises.

Farm Mix Standard TulipsFarm Mix Standard Tulips
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Farm Mix HyacinthFarm Mix Hyacinth
from: Fiftyflowers.com

PeoniesPeonies
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Red and White Festive AstilbeRed and White Festive Astilbe
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Plum Berry Double TulipPlum Berry Double Tulip
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Lavender Gem TulipsLavender Gem Tulips
from: Fiftyflowers.com

AlliumAllium
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Purple IrisPurple Iris
from: BloomsByTheBox.com

 

Tulips (almost endless options!), sweet peas, anemone, pussy willow, allium, and forget-me-nots.

Twisted Orange Fringed TulipsTwisted Orange Fringed Tulips
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Orange TulipOrange Tulip
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Mandarin Bliss Double TulipMandarin Bliss Double Tulip
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Sweet PeasSweet Peas
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Blue AnemoneBlue Anemone
from: BloomsByTheBox.com

Pussy Willow BranchesPussy Willow Branches
from: BloomsByTheBox.com

Urchin Green AlliumUrchin Green Allium
from: Fiftyflowers.com

Forget Me Not FlowersForget Me Not Flowers
from: Fiftyflowers.com

And that’s that! What flowers mean “spring” to you?  If your wedding is in the spring, are you planning to choose “seasonally appropriate” flowers ~ or just whatever? 

 

All spring flower images are from Fifty Flowers (www.fiftyflowers.com), Blooms by the Box (www.bloomsbythebox.com), and JRRoses (www.jrroses.com).

 

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