When it comes to creating a dreamy and enchanting ambiance for your wedding, few elements rival the timeless beauty of floral arrangements. At Riverhouse Catering we understand the importance of weaving nature’s delicate wonders into your special day. Just as important as the food that’s served and the songs that play – these details can truly make the day personal and memorable.
In this blog post, we’ll explore the art of incorporating seasonal blooms into your wedding decor, choosing spring-inspired color palettes, and the charm of floral archways and table centerpieces.
Incorporating Seasonal Blooms in Wedding Decor:
Nature’s palette changes with the seasons, and so can your wedding decor. Embrace the beauty of each season by incorporating seasonal blooms into your wedding decor. For a spring wedding, consider blossoms like tulips, daffodils, and cherry blossoms to add a touch of freshness and vibrancy. Summer weddings can also be adorned with peonies, sunflowers, and hydrangeas, creating a lively and romantic atmosphere. Fall weddings can take advantage of warm hues with dahlias, roses, and marigolds, while winter weddings can be elevated with the elegance of amaryllis, poinsettias, and white orchids.
Choosing Spring-Inspired Color Palettes:
Spring is one of the most popular times of year to get married in New England. To complement the blooming flowers, opt for a spring-inspired color palette that reflects the beauty of the season. Soft pastels like blush pink, mint green, and lavender can create a whimsical and romantic atmosphere. Pair these delicate hues with neutral tones like ivory and gold to add sophistication and balance. At Riverhouse Catering, our versatile event spaces provide the perfect canvas for transforming your wedding into a springtime fairy tale.