Spring Wedding Ideas for Ceremony Decorations

We love spring weddings here at Clock Barn. The gardens are bursting into life, the days are longer and love is definitely in the air! Your wedding ceremony and wedding vows have to be the highlight of your day with us so today we’re sharing some of our favourite spring wedding ideas for decorations. Which ones will you choose?

Floral Spring Wedding Ceremony Decorations

Spring flowers are perfect for weddings. Pretty colours and beautiful shapes make for the most wonderful decorations. We love sweet peas, hydrangeas, peonies, ranunculus and tulips to name but a few. There are also gorgeous blossoms not to mention plenty of totally on-trend foliage. These ideas will create a gorgeous backdrop for your wedding vows:
Large decorations made from blossom filled branches on either side of the aisle or registrar’s table plus more blossom on the registrar’s table itself.
Spring Wedding Ceremony Decoration Ideas at Clock Barn
Image courtesy of Jacob & Pauline Photography

Big arrangements in rustic containers such as oversized milk churns or stand your displays on wooden crates.

Image courtesy of Lydia Stamps Photography

Rustic heart shaped floral wreaths hung behind the registrar’s table.
Spring Wedding Ceremony Decoration Ideas at Clock Barn
Image courtesy of Lydia Stamps Photography

Lots of jam jars or painted tins filled with spring flowers on the table and on windowsills. You could also use wood slices to give extra height.
Spring Wedding Ceremony Decoration Ideas at Clock Barn
Image courtesy of Ian Martindale Photography

Sweet posies of spring flowers tied to the chairs that line the aisle.
Spring Wedding Ceremony Decoration Ideas at Clock Barn
Image courtesy of Mia Hooper Photography

A ‘long and low’ floral garland along the length of the registrar’s table.
Spring Wedding Ceremony Decoration Ideas at Clock Barn
Image courtesy of Jackson & Co Photography

Alternative Spring Wedding Ideas for Ceremony Decorations

Of course, there are plenty of ways that you can decorate your wedding ceremony that don’t involve flowers. These ideas are perfect if you’d like to indulge in some wedding DIY or if you’d simply prefer to create a different look:

Tassel garlands are look amazing when they’re hung behind the registrar’s table and you can certainly make these yourself in advance.

Big balloons bring a real sense of fun to your wedding ceremony and they’re a super easy way to create impact.
Spring Wedding Ceremony Decoration Ideas at Clock Barn
Image courtesy of Lawes Photography

Faux candles in lanterns are a really elegant option. Use them to line the aisle and surround your ceremony with romantic, soft light.
Spring Wedding Ceremony Decoration Ideas at Clock Barn
Image courtesy of Kris Piotrowski Photography

An ornate mirror in a frame makes a unique focal point in your ceremony. Why not add your favourite romantic quote in calligraphy to the mirror?
Spring Wedding Ceremony Decoration Ideas at Clock Barn
Image courtesy of Mulberry Market Design

Paper pom poms and pinwheels are still so popular for decorations and with good reason. They’re also perfect for barn weddings and you can find the ideal colours to suit your theme.
Spring Wedding Ceremony Decoration Ideas at Clock Barn
Image courtesy of Lydia Stamps Photography

If you’d like a project then why not make origami paper cranes for your ceremony? Strung up and hung these look truly amazing.
Spring Wedding Ceremony Decoration Ideas at Clock Barn
Image courtesy of New Forest Studio

Bunting or fabric drapes are brilliant in our barn. They bring a real sense of celebration to your wedding ceremony!
Spring Wedding Ceremony Decoration Ideas at Clock Barn
Image courtesy of Kristian Leven Photography

Five Tips For Fabulous Decorations

When you’re planning your wedding ceremony decorations, don’t forget these top tips:

  1. 1. Large decorations might seem expensive but we can move them for you so they’ll also decorate your wedding breakfast too.
  2. 2. Hiring large props might be a most cost-effective option than buying everything yourself.
  3. 3. Think about the focal points – which way will guests be facing during your ceremony and where will they arrive? Decorations placed in view will have maximum impact.
  4. 4. Take inspiration from our previous brides! We’re very happy to show you photos of the barn all dressed for spring weddings.
  5. 5. Remember that there are always fairy lights in the barn and our bunting is available too!

Clock Barn looks beautiful in spring so if you’d like to visit us to talk about your wedding, do get in touch or call 01256 630199 or email via clockbarn@wedding-venues.co.uk