7 Gorgeous Spring Wedding Flowers We Love

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Photo by Rachel Joy

Spring is here, which means gardens are starting to bloom and winter is soon to be a distant memory. And for spring brides, the warmer weather brings a bevy of beautiful spring flowers to carry down the aisle. Whether you want a large bouquet brimming with color or a small, fragrant handful of tiny blooms, here is a list of some of our favorite spring wedding flowers that will turn your wedding into a beautiful spring secret garden.

Trying to figure out if these spring wedding flowers will work with your budget? We break down how much wedding flowers cost here! 

Peonies

These gorgeous flowers (pictured above)are a spring bride’s best friend. Peonies are classy and feminine, and the beautiful pastel colors are sure to compliment any spring wedding pallet. Read more about how much peonies cost here.

Hyacinths

These versatile flowers come in all sorts of colors, and while they’re amazingly sweet-smelling, their scent is never overwhelming.

Roses

Spring is a perfect time for roses, especially pink ones. Known as the flower of love, they’re always a stunning addition to any wedding bouquet. Looking for something different than roses for your wedding? Try ranunculus!

Lilies

An incredibly diverse flower, lilies can range from show-stopping and powerfully fragrant to simple and sweet. Plus, they are that rare flower that can look elegant all by themselves. See our favorite ways to use calla lilies here.

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Tulips

A whimsical flower, tulips add a pop of color to any occasion. Carry an entire bouquet of them or add one or two to a bouquet for a fun spring vibe. See our favorite ways to use tulips at your wedding here.

Lilacs

This purple, sweet smelling flower is sure to invoke feelings of sunshine and warm days spent running through the fields. Perfect for a rustic outdoor wedding.

Daisies

Bold and quirky, daisies are perfect for the playful bride. They’re a great addition to a backyard wedding or to string through your hair before you walk down the aisle. They even make great boutonnieres!

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