flowers to Easter Bunnies, from yellow fluffy chicks to Chocolate Easter
eggs, here are lots of stylish and fun ideas to include in your wedding
arrangements. Yellows, creams and whites would form the basis of an Easter
wedding. Introducing a touch of fresh spring green for contrast. A hint of
blue would bring a reminder of the clear blue skies of summer that will soon
arrive. So give your wedding an Easter theme!
will already be filled with flowers for Easter, a definite plus for brides
on a tight budget. The simple addition of a few personal touches and your
venue will look wonderful.
considered the transitional time between winter and spring. Pastels are
most often associated with Easter and with spring in general. Some brides
choose to have each of their attendants wear a different pastel dress but
all made of the same fabric and in the same style. Others choose one
favorite pastel and go with that.
decorations, think spring flowers, particularly bulbs, such as tulips
and daffodils. Tulips are a bit delicate, but they can be used to create
lovely hand-tied bouquets with the stems wrapped in ribbon to match the
attendants' dresses. If you like an informal look, pussy willows are in
"bloom" in spring and they can be used to fill baskets or flower merchant
tins. Plants such as pansies and primroses are readily available and they
can be used for centerpieces on tables. Easter lilies are also abundant,
but they are quite fragrant and may cause allergic reactions.
you might consider small chocolate Easter bunnies or other Easter candies.
You can also place dishes of Easter candies on the tables.
wedding will be fairly formal, I would have the attendants all in matching
gowns in one pastel color and use roses, tulips, or lilies for the bouquets.
One thing to
be aware of is that not all churches will allow a wedding to be performed
the day before Easter, since the days from Thursday evening (when Christ was
betrayed) until Sunday morning (when He rose from the dead) are considered
holy days. Therefore, you may have to have your wedding at some other