Spring Wedding Colors —15 Spring Wedding Color Palettes 2022


Whether you’re planning for your own wedding ceremony (congrats!) or just perusing for inspiration at 3 a.m. (been there), spring is one of the most exciting seasons when it comes to color schemes. After all, spring is when flowers bloom and trees boast their greenest leaves (*le sigh*). Bright hues abound! And they happen to look incredible as the backdrop to any ceremony. Not to mention, these colors serve as major inspiration for wedding decor. Thanks, Mother Nature!

Maybe you’ve had an idea of what your spring wedding colors would be since you created a Pinterest board 10 years ago, or maybe you’re just looking for literally any place to start. Wherever you are in the planning process, you’ve come to the right place. Considering the fact that spring is perhaps the most colorful season, you have endless ~color palettes~ to choose from. Or, at the very least, it gives you a great excuse to get knee-deep in wedding inspo for the next hour.

So go ahead and load up on allergy meds, bb, because we’re hopping into everything spring. Here are 15 (seriously pretty) color palettes that’ll make your nuptials an event to remember (and post on Instagram).

(Of course, all seasons have their perks—so if you’re also considering a summer wedding or winter wedding, we’ve got some seriously stunning color schemes for those, too.)

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Champagne and Marigold

Champagne? Say less. This glowing combination of yellow tones and silky shades resembling your favorite bubbly is a fresh take on a traditionally neutral palette. Pop in some pinks and mauves to bring the whole shebang home.


Champagne and Marigold

The Rae

Whether you use these gorg florals as the bridal party bouquets or as table decor (or both!), you can’t lose. 


Champagne and Marigold

Champagne Wedding Programs

This champagne wedding program is luxurious AF—and perfect for a bougie spring wedding. 


Bronze and Terracotta

Are we all feeling weirdly cozy while looking at this setup? This warm, easy to brighten up duo might not scream SPRING! But it’s perfect for anyone who hates pastels or wants a more sexy, unique restaurant vibe.


Bronze and Terracotta

We’re So Glad You’re Here Wedding Welcome

Greet your guests with this chic terracotta welcome sign.


Bronze and Terracotta

Bronze Candle Holders

Yep, your tablescape definitely needs these candle holders for an added bit of ambiance. 


Peach and Slate Blue

This dreamy pairing is officially added to my wedding Pinterest board (it’s secret though, sorry). How can you not fall in love with such a cheery colorway?


Peach and Slate Blue

Estelle Colored Wine Stemware

Who wouldn’t want to sip wine out of these peachy beauts all night?


Peach and Slate Blue

Slate Blue Hand Torn Napkin

There’s something so dreamy about fabrics in slate blue. 


Clean White and Shamrock

If you’re into a simple, classic look, you can never go wrong with a clean white and shades of soft green. FWIW, greenery is WAY cheaper than blooms, so it might even leave more money for bubbly!


Clean White and Shamrock

The Liliana

This bouquet would love amazing as a centerpiece or while you’re walking down the aisle.


Clean White and Shamrock

Green Leaves Invitation

If you’re hosting a wedding surrounded by nature, opt for this greenery-adorned invite. 


Cherry Blossom and Fuchsia

Like love, shades of pink know no bounds. (Ha! But really!) This palette would be stunning at a wedding around Valentine’s Day.


Cherry Blossom and Fuchsia

Sweet Surprises® Bouquet

The pops of fuchsia pink in this flower arrangement are just sooo good.


Cherry Blossom and Fuchsia

Blossom Program

Give your guests this whimsical, dreamy program to peruse during the ceremony.


Ivory and Emerald

Another simple palette with an earthy vibe, this combo is perfect if you want to bring some extra freshness to a wedding in early spring. So romantic, right?


Ivory and Emerald

Large Ceramic Vase

For a funkier (but still chic) vibe, this vase takes the cake.


Ivory and Emerald

Champagne Coupe Stemware

A champagne toast with these cute glasses? Iconic.


Soft Blue with Peony Pink

Some see Easter. I see a March wedding that I *really* want to attend. If you’re a maximalist (more IS more, people) display your centerpieces on a delicate floral tablecloth like this one.


Soft Blue with Peony Pink

Peony Bouquet

These faux flowers can serve as both decor and a keepsake for after the wedding.


Soft Blue with Peony Pink

Blue & Blush Rose Floral Watercolor Wedding Invitation

You can’t beat a gorgeous floral wedding invitation.


Candy Colors with Indigo Accents

The mood is Alice in Wonderland-meets-Bridgerton, and I am suddenly in need of a plush, Jordan almond-shaped chair. Bookmark this one.


Candy Colors with Indigo Accents

Bubble Soy Wax Candle

Mix these bubble candles in with classic tapers for a modern, trendy vibe.


Candy Colors with Indigo Accents

Italian Retro Cocktail Glasses

The retro aesthetic on these glasses is really just *chef’s kiss.*


Shades of Blue

Dresses in varying shades of navy, slate, and sky will give you lots of somethings blue. It also takes the pressure off finding the perfect blue accessories for your tablescapes. All blues allowed!


Shades of Blue

Velvet Ring Box

These ring boxes feel straight out of a fairytale.


Shades of Blue

Transferware Pattern Round Terra Cotta Vase

Cottagecore vibes, anyone?  


Daisy White, Butterscotch, and Brick

This color palette is majestic as hell. Again, it’s not your typical pastel fest, but that’s what makes it kind of awesome, right?


Daisy White, Butterscotch, and Brick

Spring Rustic Table Number

If you’re hosting a rustic spring wedding, you need these stunning table numbers.


Daisy White, Butterscotch, and Brick

Double The Crispin

And while you’re at it, add this jaw-dropping bouquet to the list, too.


Sand, Beige, and Caramel

More into neutrals? You have arrived at the color scheme of your dreams. Elegant and complementary to an ivory gown, featuring these tan tones at your event will definitely make you a cool bride.


Sand, Beige, and Caramel

Modern Wedding Table Numbers

A neutral table number for the ages.  


Sand, Beige, and Caramel

DIY Balloon Garland Arch Kit

Step things up a notch with an over-the-top balloon arch at your reception.


Blush and Vanilla

Let’s be real, a classic pinky-mauve is always in style. If you’re scared of cringing at your wedding album 10 years from now, this is for you.


Blush and Vanilla

Wedding Welcome Sign

This welcome sign is equal parts adorable and trendy.


Blush and Vanilla

Bridesmaid Proposal Box

Give your bridal party a sneak peek at the wedding colors with this bridesmaid proposal box.


Pearl and Melon with Gold Accents

I feel classy just looking at this photo. If the mood you’re going for is sort of a vintage-y cocktail hour, I’m gonna say this is IT.


Pearl and Melon with Gold Accents

Foundation Vases

Just imagine twinkle lights reflecting off of these babies.


Pearl and Melon with Gold Accents

Marbled Menu

It’s all in the details, folks—and that includes a stellar menu design.


Dusty Rose and Sage

Opting for various tones of pinkish-red gives you (and your bridesmaids) lots of flexibility. And popping in a hint of muted green adds a little depth to keep things interesting. Your flowers are going to be gorge, btw.


Dusty Rose and Sage

Wedding Table Numbers

These wedding table numbers are so sleek, modern, and a definite must-have.


Dusty Rose and Sage

Minimalist Sage Green Wedding Invitation

I love the idea of previewing your wedding colors with your invitations.


Creamsicle, Canary, and Rosewater

This trio of bright hues is the epitome of spring. The sweet, faint pink combined with pops of orange and pink are bright and festive—and for some reason making me crave sherbet?


Creamsicle, Canary, and Rosewater

Taper Candles

Set these tapers on your table for an easy pop of color.


Creamsicle, Canary, and Rosewater

Sunlit Sky

This bouquet is the floral iteration of a sunset. 

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