Easter is right around the corner, and some spring brides have opted for a cheerful Easter-themed wedding! With everyone pinching pennies these days, more brides are opting to have their weddings in the off seasons, avoiding the often more expensive June, July, August and September months. An Easter-themed wedding is brimming with possibilities for wedding decor, and with flowers blooming everywhere, the options are endless. Here are a few of our favorites:
Tulips will be in season during your wedding month, so that means they will be at their peak, and they’ll be at their cheapest. Tulips always look bright and sunny, and embody the sweet simplicity of a wedding. The versatility of tulips manifests in their array of colors, so you can decorate your ceremony and reception with colorful blooms, such as this stunning bouquet, or keep it simple with one tone, such as these white arrangements featured on Wedding Thanks You. The vases depicted in the Wedding Thanks You examples can be found at the Dollar Tree online for a dollar a piece!
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Baby’s breath is a simple way to get a lot of bang for your buck with your Easter-themed wedding. Because they most commonly come in white, baby’s breath make for an especially dramatic look when paired with white milk glass vases. If you are aiming for an antique or rustic-themed wedding, this look would be right up your alley. You can obtain great prices for milk glass vases on Etsy or Ebay. Costco offers bulk baby’s breath for under $100.
Hydrangeas are a great way to feature beautiful floral arrangements, while stretching that dollar. Because there is a high bloom-per-stem payoff, you can get away with sticking one or two stems in a bowl or vase of your choice and it will still look lush and full. Hydrangeas come in a variety of vivid pinks, purples and blues. If you are looking for a more elegant, subdued look, you can opt for cream and antique pink hydrangeas, such as this bouquet.
Quick inexpensive centerpiece idea: Purchase these candleholders from the Dollar Tree for $1 a piece, along with these square glass vases, glue the candleholder to the bottom of the vase with some glass glue, add one or two hydrangea stems and voila! You have a beautiful hydrangea arrangement in a pedestal vase!