Hurrah, warmer weather is finally on its way and we’re starting to think about the perfect dresses for a beautiful spring wedding. It’s a great season to say ‘I do’, as the weather is often lovely, without being too hot, there are plenty of flowers and colour themes to choose from and you can even include some Easter treats in your day, too. 

Just in case you need any more convincing, we’ve also pulled together a selection of glorious spring wedding inspo from our real brides, below. After all, it really is a blooming marvellous time of year to get married…

Dreamy spring dresses

So, what makes the perfect spring wedding dress? According to our most recent survey, wed2b brides love a classic A-line, closely followed by something with a more bohemian feel. Both styles suit the mood of the season perfectly, and look amazing with the most popular spring fabrics; delicate lace and floaty tulle. Ballgowns are also a great choice, especially ones with pretty illusion backs and nature-inspired florals and leaves that look magical in a garden or woodland setting.

Kelly walking down the steps with her father for her waterfront wedding ceremony.
Kelly and Stijn

Beachside boho

Real bride Kelly matched her striking waterfront venue with a softly bohemian Heidi Hudson sheath with a contemporary low keyhole back. "It was very different from what I had in mind," she says. "But I had a good feeling when I put it on. The open back, buttons and lace were beautiful and subtly sexy. It was like it was made for me.”

Kelly and Stijn embracing and kissing on their beach and a photo of Kelly in an egg chair at their wedding recpetion.
Kelly and Stijn

The spacious beach club venue was ideal, too, as it made the most of the improving weather. “Having been to Ibiza several times and getting engaged there, we wanted to capture that vibe,” says Kelly.“The venue had a covered pier with a gazebo for ceremonies. There were also various indoor and outdoor spaces, providing flexibility for different spring weather conditions.”

Tropical climes

If you’re lucky enough to get some early sun at your spring wedding, then an easy-to-wear lace sheath with delicate lace edging is the perfect way to enjoy it in both style and comfort. Real bride Jessica chose the look for her elopement to Costa Rica and managed tropical jungle temperatures with ease!

Jessica reading her personal wedding vows to Stephen.
Jessica and Stephen

“I chose Baxter, a super soft lace sheath, due to the dramatic lace back and train." she says. ”It was perfect for our jungle elopement too, given how lightweight and comfortable it was. I absolutely loved the back of the dress which shows off all the lace detail."

Beautiful light colours

Whites and soft pastels, such as blush pinks, pale blues, buttercup yellows and light greens, all look amazing at this time of year, especially in a romantic alfresco venue. Elena and Marcel chose a picturesque castle ruins and simple white flowers for their delightful day. “The location really added a layer of magic to the celebrations,” says Elena. "It didn't need much added."

Elena in her fully beaded wedding dress and a low back feature.
Elena and Marcel 

Her twinkling, beaded sheath complemented the dreamy feel of the venue, too. "I chose it because it perfectly accentuated my figure," she says. “It was super comfortable to wear, and looked incredibly high-quality and special due to the pearls. I could also move, eat, dance extensively and more, and it still looked beautiful!"

Elena and Marcel's table decorations for thier castle ruins wedding.
Elena and Marcel 

Pretty pinks, whites and golds

Rhian and Gavin chose elegant white, gold and pink, complemented by navy suits for the groomsmen, for their delightful day in Wales. Rhian also wore Anna Sorrano’s Liesl dress, because off its perfect fit and intricate neck detail. "The glittery detailing made it feel so special and, as soon as we added a belt and a headband, I knew it was The One.”

Rhian and Gavin embracing outside near the fields at their local wedding venue.
Rhian & Gavin
Flat lay photo of Rhian's bridal bouquet, bridal shoes, wedding invite and her engagement ring.
Rhian & Gavin

Food for thought 

When it comes to the food, something light, like as a Mediterranean-themed grazing buffet, is a great choice for spring. You can also have fun with a selection of food vans, offering treats such as ice cream, wood-fired pizza and cocktails. Sarah and Samuel served an elegant afternoon tea for their guests, which included an array of handmade traditional deserts. 

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Sarah & Samuel

Sarah’s Elora dress, with its delicate cobweb lace and beautiful floral appliqués, also suited the romantic atmosphere and the venue’s stunning gardens. "The dress was so soft and light, and it certainly had the twirl factor I was looking for!" she says.

Sarah & Samuel

Blossoming love

Finally, nothing says spring like beautiful pink cherry blossom, which is why these newlyweds decided to use it as the theme for their whole day. Hayley and Jonathan married at Shottle Hall, a beautiful country estate on the edge of the Peak District in Derbyshire. “We started with a general cherry blossom wedding theme, and we also added some Easter treats, as it was Easter Monday, and scattered origami cranes on the tables to link to Japan’s cherry blossom.”

Hayley and Jonathan holding hands after their wedding ceremony with guests throwing confetti over them both.
Hayley & Jonathan

Hayley wore Maison, a modern princess ballgown with a fabulous keyhole back. “I originally said I wouldn't have a princess dress but I fell in love as soon as I put Maison on. I knew it was the right one. We added a belt, a glittering hair clip and a cathedral-length veil. If I could get away with it, I'd wear it all the time!”

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Hayley & Jonathan

So, we hope we’ve you've enjoyed our beautiful spring wedding ideas. There are plenty more great dress and styling tips in our real brides stories, whatever time of year you’re getting married. Or why not start looking for your perfect spring dress now? Lastly, for more inspiration check out our Instagram, Facebook or TikTok accounts too.