Spring symbolizes new beginnings, which is probably why so many couples choose this season to say their “I dos”. Ferns are a beautiful symbol of spring and they’ll give you that naturally pretty, boho look you’ve been wanting. Here are a few ideas we think you’ll enjoy as you get started planning your Spring Ferns wedding.

Style Story: Spring Ferns

A Simple Choice
Just imagine the simplicity (and the savings) of focusing on ferns rather than fresh flowers. Of course, we still recommend adding a few blooms to your bouquets, or wherever else you like, but the magic of ferns is that they are dreamy all on their own. Dress them up with flowers, bunch them together for pew decorations or use just a couple as sweet decorations on the wedding cake and in the boutonnieres.

Count the Ways
There are so many ways to use ferns throughout your wedding. Start by including them on your wedding invitations to really set the tone. Spring wedding invitations are often filled with colorful flowers but we found this beauty in our collection and it was absolutely perfect! The Woodland Sparkle Wedding Invitations feature elegant ferns in your choice of shimmering foil color and you choose the background color. Don’t stop there. You can incorporate ferns into every aspect of your wedding from the hair to reception table centerpieces.

The Right Accent
Finding the right accent color is easy because that lush, forest green ferns are known for goes with anything. We’ve paired it with gold and you can see what a lovely pair they make on the wedding invitations and on the reception table. Perhaps you want to create a more colorful scene with something vibrant like yellow or aqua. Go for it! You can choose whatever accent color you like; they’ll all look amazing.

Photo Credits: Bride with Headpiece: Deer Pearl Flowers, Table Setting: Festival Brides, Cake: Belle and Beau Fine Art Photography via Style Me Pretty, Bridesmaids: Kat Stanley Photography via The Wedding Playbook, Groom: Meredith Coe Photo via Borrowed & Blue, Chairs with Ferns: via Deer Pearl Flowers