As the blossoming tides of spring roll forward, we’re embracing all things lovely, blooming and delicate at Jordan Payne Events! Particularly pretty spring-inspired color palettes and favorite florals as well as light and breezy wedding decor with a flair for elegance. To celebrate the budding season, we’re sharing some of Jordan’s favorite snapshots from spring-worthy weddings to inspire your next seasonal soiree.
It’s easy to see that lovely and delicate color schemes make the perfect palette for these spring-loving weddings, but there’s still a method to achieve the polished chromatic look. A mix of so many similar shades—like cream, ivory, white and blush for example—can result in a overly monotone look and fall flat of the desired results. “You have to anchor them with a luxurious neutral like a gold, rose gold or champagne,” says Jordan. And her favorite color combo? “I’m a sucker for a monochromatic pink tone with rose gold as the anchor. And I do love a green palette, too!”
Blossoming florals give the vernal season life no matter the venue, but bringing the outdoors in can certainly transform a space and bring it to life as well. One of Jordan’s favorite spring-inspired wedding she’s created included an enchanted forest—think moody, leaf-laden trees branching out over the reception, sparkling crystal accents and elegant white florals. But if a custom forest isn’t on the agenda, there’s other ways to make your event blossom. Crystal-accented tabletops (hello sparkling linens) or centerpieces, bright pops of color paired with more neutral tones or flowers in every shade of a particular hue all a statement make!
Spring looks needn’t be all subtle in tone, however. Vibrant shades paired with opulent details—a trend we covered in our Chanel and Watercolor post—are another beautiful option for spring-worthy fetes that guests will be talking about for months afterward. And if you need to up the drama, consider more avant garde flowers like white anemones for a fun and unexpected element. “For spring, I love peonies, parrot tulips, narcissus and cherry blossom,” adds Jordan. “They are not available all year so it makes them more valued and ‘sacred.'”
Jordan’s love for stunning florals has resulted in several show-stopping designs, like the one seen above that Jordan teamed up with Jackson Durham Floral Design to create. It’s a stunning centerpiece of downward-draped tulips topped with an arrangement seemingly “dripping” in gorgeous dendrobium orchids—talk about some table drama! She also enjoys working with metallic details and playing off acrylic vibes. Jordan’s springtime mantra? “Try to stick to a healthy monochromatic tone, and do what you love!”