Butterflies inspo

If you want to bring a touch of nature into your spring wedding, butterflies and blooms are a gorgeous choice. Delicate, pretty and effortlessly elegant, together they are the perfect ingredients for a stunning spring soirée!

Butterfly-themed weddings have always been a popular choice for couples, with the Japanese culture seeing them as a symbol of new beginnings, as well as marital bliss. It’s no wonder brides and grooms around the world want to incorporate them into their big day. It’s so easy to include plenty of pretty floral and butterfly-inspired details and decorations into your day, and we’ve got tonnes of ideas to make your heart flutter.

butterflies and bloom ideas

Images: Top Row Left via  Style Me Pretty by Koby Brown Photography | Top Row Right via Style Me Pretty (same as before) by Amanda Wei Photo | Second Row Left via The Wedding Scoop by Antelope Studios | Second Row Right Paradise Butterfly Side Tiara by Glitzy Secrets | Third Row Left via Green Wedding Shoes by Marionh Photography | Third Row Right via June Bug Weddings by Nadine Berns Photography | Bottom Row Left via Green Wedding Shoes (same as before) by  Marionh Photography (same as before) | Bottom Row Right via Style Me Pretty (same as before) by Michael and Anna Costa Photography

Shall we start with your aisle style? The most important outfit of the day, we suggest opting for a gown that is soft with a flowing material, such as chiffon. It will feel lovely and floaty as you walk down the aisle and twirl into your first dance. Gowns adorned with floral embroidery, lace and illusion detailing will also work beautifully for a butterflies and blooms wedding theme. If you want to add a personal touch, you could have a butterfly and your wedding date embroidered into the inside of your gown. That way, you know your dress truly is bespoke to you and your big day! To complete your butterfly-inspired look, here at Glitzy Secrets we have some divine accessories to choose from, including butterfly headpieces and floral necklaces.

If you’re having small flower girls as members of your bridal party, they will love nothing more than embracing this enchanting wedding theme. Spoil them with a pair of dainty wings to wear alongside their gowns. They’ll love the thought of walking down the aisle playing dress-up! You could even ask your florist to create miniature flower crows or a floral wand adorned with pastel streamers. Why not swap rose petals for butterfly-shaped confetti and ask your flower girls to sprinkle it down the aisle. Let’s not forget about your team of ‘maids! While your best girls may not fancy the thought of donning a pair of wings, you can create the same vibe with iridescent sequin gowns.

Blooms anf butterflies inspo

Images: Top Row left via 100 Layer Cake by The Wedding Artist Co | Top Row Right via Style Me Pretty by Jose Villa Photography | Second Row Left via Butterfly Wishes Hair Comb by Glitzy Secrets | Second Row Right via Wedding Chicks by Anna Marks Photography | Third ow Left via The Wedding Scoop by Antelope Studios | Third Row Right via Style Me Pretty (same as before) by Sarah Ingram Photography | Bottom Row Left via Bridal Musings by Bandelezuberi Wedding Photographer | Bottom Row Right via June Bug Weddings by Nadine Berns Photography

When it comes to your wedding day décor, where do we start?! Opt for big, blousy blooms in the prettiest of hues as your table centrepieces and to line the aisle of your ceremony space. You can tie small flowers and butterfly shapes to the back of your chairs as alternative covers. Why not have a crafty evening in with your ‘maids (with some wine, of course) and create a butterfly-shaped backdrop for your ceremony or even for a DIY photobooth.

Don’t underestimate the importance of your wedding stationery. Opt for watercolour floral illustrations teamed with butterfly motifs for your save the dates and give your guests a very subtle clue about your spring celebration. You can finish off the look of your invitations by tying a silk ribbon together with a butterfly cut-out.

There are so many pretty ways to bring a butterflies & blooms wedding theme to life!

Written by Lottie Dainton


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