Lemon and lavender wedding

If you’re tying the knot in Spring or Summer, we have the perfect palette to capture your heart. A lemon and lavender colour scheme is utterly delightful and there are so many gorgeous ways to style it. From the colours, the fragrances and the flavours, be inspired by our lovely lemon and lavender wedding ideas.

Let’s start with your bridal bouquet, as this will effortlessly tie your lemon and lavender wedding theme together. We adore the thought of a wild, natural and unstructured bouquet bursting with freshly cut lavender, leafy foliage and soft yellow roses or tulips. Add a dash of elegance by tying a long, flowing silk ribbon around the stems. If you want to give your bouquet a rustic feel, opt for twine ribbon instead.

lemon lavender wedding ideas

Images: Top left via Wedding Ideas by Whimsical Wonderland weddings/ Top Right via Style Me Pretty by Picotte Photography / Second Row Left Lemon Dream Jewellery Set by Glitzy Secrets/ Second Row Right via Love My Dress by Jo Bradbury / Third Row Left Whimsical Wonderland weddings (same as before) by Alixann Loosle photography/ Third Row Right via Style Me Pretty (same as before) by Paul Underhill Photography / Bottom Left via Love My Dress (same as before) by Ashley Edwards Photography / Bottom Right Via The Effortless Chic by Melissa Valladares

Take inspiration from your wedding bouquet and use the same style to decorate your wedding venue. Dainty bunches of posies can be used to adorn the ends of your aisles, as chair covers and even as pretty place settings.  Small hand-ties will fit in wonderfully with a country garden affair in the Spring or Summer and they will help to add a splash of colour to your venue. Small hessian bags filled with dried lavender also make the loveliest wedding favours, or they can be used for your wedding confetti. Work in loose yellow rose petals and your confetti shot will look truly spectacular.

Make the most of the flavours and fragrance by using lemon and lavender for your wedding cake, desserts and drinks. Opt for a show-stopping wedding cake with a variety of lemon and lavender flavoured sponges. You can adorn the cake with a sprinkling of dried lavender along with zesty lemon icing. So scrumptious! Serve your guests lemon-infused cocktails, lemon sorbet ice cream and lavender treats.

Lemon and lavender wedding inspirations

Images: Top Left via Whimsical Wonderland weddings (same as before) by Milk Bottle Photography/ Top Right via Rock My Wedding by M And J Photography / Second Row Left via Style Me Pretty (same as before) by Mary McHenry Photography / Second Row Right Allure of Lavender Earrings, Bracelet and Pendant by Glitzy Secrets/ Third Row Left via Want That Wedding by Laura Murray Photography / Third Row Right via Rock My Wedding (same as before) by Claire Penn Photography / Bottom Row Both via Whimsical Wonderland weddings (same as before) by Lisa Dawn Photography

Don’t forget about your accessories! Glitzy Secrets can spoil you with a selection of stunning jewellery sets that will add a pop of colour to your aisle style. The Allure of Lavender and Lemon Dream collections feature hair combs, necklaces and earrings so your outfit really will be complete. They could also be a lovely gift for your best girls on the morning of the wedding, as a way of saying thank you for being by your side on your big day.

Speaking of your bridesmaids, you have a couple of options when it comes to choosing gowns for your girls. You could opt for the mix and match look with a variety of lavender and lemon gowns – if you love this option, we recommend foliage-based bouquets. Alternatively, an ombré palette from lilac to violet will look gorgeous on your team of ‘maids. Lemon gowns are also a statement option that will look seriously striking, just make sure that your ‘maids are happy with this option as it may not suit everyone. Soft pastel yellow tea dresses in a lace material will look undeniably pretty, particularly if you want to give your wedding a vintage vibe.

A lemon and lavender wedding theme is a guaranteed way to add a splash of sunshine to your special day, whether you’re dreaming of a rustic, country, vintage or elegant affair. This colour palette will get your guests talking for weeks after your wedding day…

 

Written by Lottie Dainton

 


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