Spring brides, your big day isn’t that far away! From 1920s glam to pretty pastels, we’ve curated the hottest spring wedding trends for 2016. Start scrolling (and pinning) your favorites to help you choose your theme, dress, and favors!
One trend we’re loving now: an English garden themed wedding. Airy pink and green pastels, vintage cameo details, and beautiful hand-picked florals bring this theme to life!
Let’s Frolic Together Photography via Bridal Musings Wedding Blog
Teatime can easily become part of the decor. Tiny gold teacup tealight holders look cute at each table setting, and guests can take them home as gifts. Vintage floral favor boxes filled with English candies make the perfect little treat!
Tiered skirts and floral appliqués were a few details trending on the runway. This gorgeous Marchesa gown is sure to add wonderful flowy movement and texture to a bride’s look, plus it makes the ideal romantic dress for a garden theme.
Mixed china adds more vintage floral touches to the table, and vintage cameo necklaces would be lovely bridesmaid gifts!
Anya Albonetti Photography via Story Board Wedding
Sleek and Modern
An elegant and modern look never really seems to go out of style. If you’re a bride who likes simple details, a modern wedding theme is the right pick! A basic wedding cake with sleek geometric shapes fits a minimalist look.
Megan Robinson Photography via Style Me Pretty
A white tuxedo suit, another trend seen on the runway, is a chic and modern alternative for the bride who doesn’t want to wear a traditional dress.
Ghost chairs paired with all-white flowers and decor create such a modern vibe!
James Christianson Photographer via Style Me Pretty
Art Deco Glam
Inspired by 1920s Great Gatsby glam, this is the theme for brides who love a classic but glitzy feel.
Bold black and white lines with a mix of gold create a snazzy color palette. Guests can take home personalized matchboxes and mini bottles of whiskey as favors!
Flirty feathers is another trend spotted on the runway for spring 2016. This real bride was ahead of the trend and changed into a short feathery dress for the reception!
What if you’re a bride who wants a traditional look with a twist? New wedding dress styles hitting the runway are returning to a more traditional look, but with daring plunging v-necks and a lot of sheer lace.
Traditional brides can include elegant touches throughout the wedding decor, like a “Happily Ever After” cake topper.
Wedding reception decor doesn’t have to be over-the-top. Dress white tables up with simple floral arrangements that match your color scheme.
Evan Hunt Photo via Style Me Pretty
Energetic Bold Colors
If you’re more of a bold bride, a few vivid brights from Pantone’s Spring 2016 Fashion Color Report can serve as inspiration!
KT Merry Photography via Style Me Pretty
A high energy red, like Pantone’s Fiesta, is a strong and beautiful color to mix into everything from your invitation suite to the flowers. Other Pantone colors of the season include Buttercup, a happy yellow, and Green Flash, a brilliant green, both exciting colors for spring.
Allen Tsai via Wedding Inspirasi
Tracy Enoch Photography via Elizabeth Anne Designs
A tropical theme may not scream spring, but a fresh, modern take on tropical decor is the perfect match if you’re planning a spring beach wedding.
Photos By Heart via Ruffled Blog
Pineapples, palms, and flamingos come together to create a stylish design scheme. Fancy flamingo bottle openers are the cutest favors wedding guests will love!
Wedding gowns with high thigh slits are trending, and this structured gown would look amazing on a beach bride goddess!
J. Mendel; Maria Valentino/MCV Photo via The Knot
Forget flowers! Lush palms create a stunning ceremony backdrop.
Ashley Keleman Photography via Brides
Serene pastels are a few other seasonal colors found in Pantone’s Fashion Color Report for spring 2016. From a soothing Rose Quartz to the airy Serenity, so many of these calming colors make a lovely spring wedding color palette.
You can choose just one color as your main inspiration, like this Limpet Shell-inspired wedding gown.
Olivia Leigh Photography via Green Wedding Shoes
Sprinkle vintage blue glass tealight holders into the reception decor for an ode to Limpet Shell.
A mix of pretty pastels looks flawless, too! Switch out a traditional cake for ombré tiers of macarons.
One Love Photo via Style Me Pretty
It’s fun to mix it up! Bridesmaids can wear different colored mint and blush dresses with pastel bouquets.
Matthew Morgan Photography via Wedding Chicks
Which trend do you love the most for spring? Tell us below!