Spring has finally arrived, which means you can take full advantage of the season when it comes to your spring wedding planning! A great way to incorporate this beautiful season into your wedding is through your floral table centrepieces and to help you with some ideas, the wedding team at Delamere Manor has pulled together a list of their favourite options…
Fill Them with Greenery
Natural greenery is a stunning option when it comes to selecting your table centrepieces and provides fresh scents for your wedding guests as they dine. With spring herbs and meadow flowers, you can create something really rustic and beautiful to compliment your selected wedding theme.
Pick Your Garden Flowers
From roses and tulips to daffodils and cosmos, the garden flowers of spring provide many favourites for brides and grooms. With a great array of colour options, remember to consider your wedding colour palette when selecting this choice of table centrepiece.
Keep it Simple with Bud Vases
As many flowers are still in bloom, bud vases are a great option when it comes to decorating your wedding breakfast tables. With a single stem of your favourite flower, present each in a beautiful vase to suit your overall wedding theme.
Peach is undoubtedly one of the most popular colour choices when it comes to a spring wedding and with so many flower options, it’s no surprise why! Whether you’re opting for big arrangements or minimalistic designs, a peach flower table centrepiece will bring a fresh element to your wedding breakfast.
Blooming in the Wild
Flowering branches and trees are on the rise when it comes to wedding décor and it’s the perfect option for a spring wedding! From forsythia to cherry blossoms, flowering branches are a great way to bring the outdoor beauty of spring inside for your indoor wedding.
Delamere Manor is Cheshire’s most sought-after wedding venue. To find out more, including availability for 2022 weddings, get in touch with the Wedding Team at Delamere Manor on 01606 261361 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org