Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking. Whilst Miranda Priestly isn’t wrong, this spring wedding flowers article is here to show you all the ways that you can use the beautiful spring season to ensure your wedding flowers are groundbreaking for 2024. We’ve got the latest trends from the experts (our Recommended Florists), the most popular flower colours, bouquet shapes and styles, and a comprehensive list of all the in-season florals and foliage. We truly do have it all. Now, get those inspiration hats on…

The ultimate guide to spring wedding flowers with 34 ideas featuring seasonal flowers 

Spring wildflower wedding flowers 

The springtime is all about renewal and new beginnings as the trees start to blossom and flowers start to bloom once again. You’ll start to notice wildflowers popping up. You might spot some bluebells on your dog walk and primroses along the hedges. Although not commonly used in wedding flowers, we’re seeing wildflowers become more and more popular! The natural, whimsical vibe of wildflowers makes them perfect for more rustic or boho weddings set outdoors or in marquees. Feature them in bouquets, lining the aisle or even pressed into wedding cakes! These flowers have such a natural charm about them. 

Common spring wildflowers include:

  • Primrose, Sweet Violet, Cow Parsley, Bluebells, Greater Stitchwort, Ramson, Ground Ivy and Summer Snowflake. 

Pastel spring wedding flowers

It goes without saying that the spring season is all about pastels, so reflect that in your wedding flowers! This season’s spring wedding flower colour palette is all about those soft and calming tones.  If you’re getting married in the springtime, using a neutral colour palette with pops of colour through a pastel pink, purple, yellow or blue is one of our favourite ways of reflecting the season. The pastel tones have a bridal feel to them and the subtle pops of colour are easier to blend together as opposed to bright and vibrant tones.

Peach Fuzz - Pantone’s Color of the year 2024 

Feeling peachy? Speaking of pastel tones, Pantone's Colour of 2024 is Peach Fuzz! Our Recommended Supplier, Corky and Prince Wedding and Event Flowers, have said how their couples adore this soft shade as an addition to elegant neutrals for a contemporary yet romantic feel or as an accent colour with warmer corals and pinks for a more edgy modern vibe. Either way, they expect to see a lot of these peachy blooms through the 2024 season. For spring brides, peach ranunculus and Icelandic poppies are dreamy choices for a bridal bouquet! 

Spring wedding flower table centrepieces 

Never underestimate the power of a good table centrepiece. It’s something your guests will have to be looking at for a good few hours as they sit to eat their wedding breakfast and listen to the wedding speeches, so you might as well put some extra effort into making them look pretty. Whether you include some wildflowers, pastel tones or peachy bud vases, make sure they have a bit of that spring charm. 

Round wedding bouquets 

After many seasons of big statement oversized bouquets with lots of additional foliage, Recommended Supplier, Corky and Prince Wedding and Event Flowers, have said that 2024 couples are looking for more delicate and flower-dense designs that work as the perfect accessory to their dress rather than stealing all the attention. Think petite and evenly rounded rather than those more abstract asymmetrical bouquets. Don’t get us wrong, we still adore a large bouquet. A

What flowers are best for a spring wedding? 


  • Anemones, Tulips, Sweet Peas, Narcissus, Ranunculus, Peonies, Hyacinths, Lily of the Valley, Freesia, Daffodils, Pansies, Iris, Lilac, Gardenias, Icelandic Poppies, Cherry Blossom and Hydrangeas.



  • Hazel, Willow and Feather Eucalyptus, Silver Dollar & Gumdrop Eucalyptus, Bells of Ireland and Queen Anne’s Lace, Trailing Jasmine, Fern.



  • Sheer or Satin Ribbons, Pampas Grass, Pearls. 

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Pastel tones, wildflowers and lots of fresh foliage are essential for springtime! 

Just because you’re getting married in the spring, doesn’t mean you have to stick to spring wedding flowers or the spring themes. Perhaps you prefer the styling and colour palette of autumn, but your venue only had spring dates available. If that’s the case, check out our autumn wedding flowers article. We have a winter one too! 

Leah Blundell

Written by Leah Blundell

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