Don’t just take our word for it though. To inspire you, we’ve pulled together a selection of glorious spring inspo from our real brides to show you why it’s a blooming marvellous time of year to get married…

A style to suit the season

So, what makes the perfect spring wedding dress? According to our most recent survey, WED2B brides love a classic A-line dress for the spring months, but this is closely followed by something with a more bohemian feel. Both styles suit the mood of the season perfectly, and fit beautifully with the most popular spring fabrics, delicate lace and floaty tulle.

Ballgowns are also popular along with pretty illusion backs, especially ones with nature-inspired florals and leaves that look magical in a garden or woodland setting.

A luxury gold and white theme

Sammy and Josh married in April 2022 at a stylish water mill in Dorset. “Inside the stunning building you have a full size view of the mill and you can also watch the water flow beneath you,” she says.

“Our theme was white, gold, champagne and pampas grass. My bridesmaids wore champagne off-the-shoulder dresses and we had a lovely white floral arch in the ceremony room, covered in white roses and pampas. There were also lots of big pampas stands, gold candles, white silks and gold wax melts. Plus we had a gold mirrored backdrop with neon lights saying, ‘It was always you’, a white aisle carpet and jars with floating candles.”

Sammy wore our limited edition Elliot gown. “It blew my mind,” she says. “How could something so beautiful be in my budget? I absolutely loved the sheer bodice and how it was a little different to most dresses. It was my perfect dress and I felt a million dollars on my wedding day.”

Navy bridesmaids dresses and bold yellow sunflowers

The Trossachs Church in the heart of Loch Lomond was the ideal choice for countryside lovers Lesley and Matthew. “The church was tiny and right on the edge of Loch Achray. The ceremony was followed by a reception at nearby Killearn Village Hall. From here there are views over Loch Lomond and the sunset was absolutely amazing."

The stunning views were paired with Lesley’s beautiful Roma dress, a modern A-line with a statement train, and chic navy bridesmaids dresses. “The navy bridesmaids dresses complement the yellow of our sunflower theme,” says Lesley. “I grew sunflowers with my papa when i was young, so this was a nod to him.”

A fairytale setting

Sharon and Sander had a magical spring wedding at a hotel set in the middle of a forest. “The atmosphere and appearance are a bit fairytale-like and that suited us,” says Sharon. “The theme was white, rosé and gold. Calm, stylish colours that were everywhere in the furnishings and decoration.”

Sharon wore WED2B’s Mindy dress. “I love all things glitter, so this dress really stood out for me,” she says. “The skirt flares out, so it fell very nicely over my tummy. The dress was beautiful and had a lot of volume, yet it didn’t feel heavy. I could move nicely in it and felt like a princess.”

Fabulous spring flowers

Lastly, Jennifer and Adrienne had an elegant April wedding at a country house in West Sussex. “I had seen photos of it online and the venue was stunning,” says Jen. “Such a beautiful building with gorgeous gardens and a little castle for outside ceremonies, which sold it to us. Also, my sister did the flowers and we went flower mad. They looked amazing.”

Jen chose Hendrix. “I loved the straps on the dress and the cut of it,” she says. “It highlighted my figure so nicely and when I put it on in the shop, I didn’t want to take it off. The material felt lovely and it was so comfortable.” Addy chose Weisz. “This was a wildcard picked by the lovely shop assistant, which I fell in love with,” says Addy.

So, we hope we’ve given you somewhere to start when it comes to planning your spring wedding. For more inspiration check out our Instagram, Facebook or TikTok accounts too, as well as our WED2B blog. Lastly, don’t forget to read our latest real bride stories for tons of great ideas from the people who’ve been there and done it!