With just a few weeks to go until the start of Spring, those of you planning a Spring wedding will probably be on the lookout for unique bomboniere ideas. Spring is an inspiring season as it’s all about new life and a fresh start – ideal imagery for a wedding really! Check out these fabulous Spring bomboniere ideas for a little seasonal inspiration:
Living bomboniere, such as plants and flowers, are popular Spring bomboniere, and the easiest (as well as cheapest) way to encourage your guests to grow something in honour of your wedding is to give them a special packet of seeds. Choose a plant or flower that you love and have the seed packets personalised with your wedding details, and a meaningful statement, like the simple but beautiful Grow Some Love! seed packet below.
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For a more decorative alternative which will save your guests a little hard labour in the garden, why not look out for a grow-your-own style wedding bomboniere kit. Combining a pot or planter with compost and seeds, these kits are perfect for kitchen windowsill gardeners and just need watering to start them off. This stunning Magic Bean Plant bomboniere from FavoursPlus has a beautifully handpainted pot and comes in its own gift box.
If you’d like your Spring themed bomboniere to double up as table decorations, you may want to consider fully grown plants. These are ideal DIY bomboniere for green fingered brides; you can grow them from seeds and plant them up in glass jam jars personalised with a label or sticker.
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You don’t need to stick with ceramic plant pots for your bomboniere – you can have some fun with your choice of planter and choose miniature watering cans, china tea cups, or anything else that takes your fancy.
For a really rustic look try wrapping your plants in hessian with frayed edges, tying them up with raffia or a Spring coloured ribbon.
Will you be hiring chairs, cutlery or crockery?
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There are plenty of Springtime motifs that you can use to create bomboniere gifts if you don’t want to give plants or seeds. Blossom is a very popular Spring motif, and it can be used in every element of your wedding decorations and stationery as well as your bomboniere.
Look out for blossom themed gifts such as this Kate Aspen blossom salt and pepper shaker set. Alternatively this cherry blossom miniature fan from Pink Frosting will help to keep your guests cool and will add an extra dimension to your wedding tables.
Hearing birdsong in the morning is a sure sign that Spring has arrived, and birds are a fashionable wedding theme for Spring weddings. Add a bird theme to your bomboniere by creating individual miniature bird’s nests for each guest and filling them with chocolate eggs, or perhaps more traditional sugared almonds.
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For something a bit different look out for tiny birdcages that can be accessorised with flowers, and used to hold a tealight candle or your place cards.
Finally candles are an ever popular wedding bomboniere, and there are many Spring inspired candles around. Look for scented candles with a fresh Spring scent, or choose candles in various shades of green and yellow and tie them with ribbons of a similar shade. Look for candle holders with a Spring theme, such as this Botanical Garden votive candle holder from Wedding Celebration.
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There are so many ways to tie your bomboniere into a Spring wedding theme, whether you give guests a plant, encourage them to grow their own, or choose a bomboniere gift with a Spring motif. During a season that is characterised by new life and expectation, there are plenty of bomboniere ideas to reflect these themes.
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