As we embrace the height of spring, one of the more beautiful seasons brings about numerous opportunities to plan a stunning wedding. Fast becoming the more popular time of year to marry, a spring wedding offers brides and grooms the chance to make the most of the gorgeous flowers and fresh, clean air.

If you are considering saying ‘I do’ this time next year, then look no further. For the top wedding planning tips for spring weddings, we are here to help.

An indoor-outdoor venue

Conjuring up images of warm and bright days after the darkness of winter, a spring wedding can be unpredictable in terms of the weather. Plan around the beautiful spring sunshine, but also look at the options if the weather isn’t so great.

Spring wedding fairs 

This time of year is a popular time for wedding fairs, so those of you planning for next year should definitely take advantage of everything that is currently happening. Your ideal venue may hold their own, so go along and meet the suppliers.

Book Early

Spring is a popular time to get married so your favourite suppliers may well be booked up very early. Don’t be afraid to go with your gut instinct and make bookings early, simply to make sure it’s yours. Then you can worry about colour themes and other essentials later.

Go seasonal

Spring brides have a great choice when it comes to flowers, such as sweet peas and peonies; coming in an array of colours and stunning in both bouquets and centrepieces. If you are going seasonal, then it could be a good place to start your planning in terms of a theme.

Be prepared

You will probably want to have some photographs taken outside, so be prepared for the British weather and have a fabulous umbrella or a pair of colour statement wellies at the ready.

Hopefully these tips will help you towards planning your dream spring wedding, embracing everything the beautiful season has to offer. And if you would like to start the search for your perfect wedding dress, contact the Fleur de Lys Bridal team on 01799 526982 to book your VIP appointment today.