Spring Wedding Inspiration: First-Hand Photos

Rose and Baby's Breath floating in a glass globe vase, with a square of floral foam discretely hidden to keep flowers hydrated.

Orange, Green, and White Flowers in a cylinder vase tied with burlap, salmon colore ribbon, and raffia.

Love the colors: Salmon with hints of orange, white, green, and a rich blue.

Using antique China is always a fun, yet classic choice, especially when paired with mismatched antique silverware. More pink hues, this time paired with a sunny yellow

Love this hanging flower arrangement with peach and hot pink flowers. Not to mention how well this green compliments these pinks. A very fresh, fun, and clean color palette.

Bold color pairings are also in for spring. This pink and bird egg blue combo is quite striking.

From the same wedding as above. The fresh white couch rentals (from Liberty Party Rentals) and the same blue and pink with the table cloths create a completely different feel with the same palette.

Country Ham Biscuits are a classic for a reception at a location like Nashville's Belle Meade Plantation. Use a clear glass passing tray and a simple rose for the perfect balance of soft, edgy, and southern.

This tablescape was done by Chef's Market for a summer special on Talk of the Town. I absolutely love these bright colors in the outdoors and the use of anold farm table.

These chair ties definitely help make the table. Since the chairs are a dark stained bamboo wood, they needed the light, sunny yellow to brighten up the set. Also, the tented trellis centerpiece (or, as my dad calls it, "Goodlettsville's Eiffel Tower") adds great height to the table.



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