Romantic Green Spring Wedding Ideas

If you weren’t already itching for spring to arrive, then this gorgeous green shoot from Ariella and Meg will probably do the trick. This understated palette of mostly green – with some accents of pale blue and cream – allows for a variety of mixed patterns, which work well together rather than overwhelm. I’m hoping that when it stops raining here, maybe it will look something like this outside my door…

The bouquet includes annabelle hydrangea, cup-and-saucer vine, ferns and hydrangea foliage.

Cocktail umbrellas and manila tags make for sweet – and very easy – seating cards.

The centerpiece includes annabelle hydrangea, cup-and-saucer vine, clematis tangutica, green bittersweet, nicotiana, ferns, jasmine and quince. Ariella wrapped mint colored ribbon around the glass vase. Green bittersweet berries adorn the bistro chairs.

The model wears a silk chiffon dress from J.Crew. Parasol from Cultural Intrigue.

 

So there you are, a touch of spring for your dreary winter day (and if you’re not experiencing a dreary winter day right now, well, I’m jealous). We have one more beautiful shoot from Ariella Chezar and Meg Smith lined up for next week, and in case you’ve missed their previous visits here on Snippet & Ink, you can catch up on all of those lovely shoots here.

19 comments

  • Alix says:

    Any idea where that model's gorgeous blue, yellow, and green ring is from? (You can see it in the photo where she's holding the bouquet.)

  • Kate/MagnoliaRouge says:

    Ohmi…….am in love with ALL of this! Love how it kinda looks like it's just rained!

  • Anonymous says:

    love this shoot! : ) any idea on where they bought that beautiful striped ribbon??

  • Chelsea says:

    so pretty. i love ferns. can't wait for spring! it's my favorite season for flowers.

  • miss fancy pants (the bride) says:

    Oh my goodness, their work just keeps getting better. Love it!

  • Elie's Papel says:

    love the pictures and the color palette… very refreshing… will link it to my Happy Friday post… ;)

  • cake & cider says:

    the shot of the bouquet really shows off so many layers of complimentary color: the ring over the fabric with the blooms & greenery, the deep purple in the ribbon beneath the dark leaves. feels so rich. the wavy, deckled edge is a nice touch and that table is something out of a day dream.

  • cake & cider says:

    the shot of the bouquet really shows off so many layers of complimentary color: the ring over the fabric with the blooms & greenery, the deep purple in the ribbon beneath the dark leaves. feels so rich. the wavy, deckled edge is a nice touch and that table is something out of a day dream.

  • dognbird says:

    sage green is such a happy yet elegant color. thank you for the touch of spring it was much needed!

  • Leila Khalil |Wedding Publicist| Be Inspired PR says:

    Ooooh, I love the bittersweet berries on the chair! Color scheme = fab.

  • The Loveliest Day says:

    This definitely brightened my day! The place setting is beautiful, loving the different shades of green. Perfect for this rainy day:)

  • merlovesweddings says:

    Charming! I love the chair with the berries. It's a very inviting table.

  • Starry Night Design Studio says:

    Gorgeous images. It doesn't get any better than that table. I love the vines on the chairs.

  • Anonymous says:

    This is beautiful! And between the trees & rolling hills – exactly what I have been hoping to find for my wedding. Where did the shoot take place?

Leave a Comment