Tulip wedding centerpieces as lovely as these in a variety of white, red, pink, purple, and pale peach blossoms, are now available (called greenhouse tulips) all year round. Tulips symbolize romance and perfect love. Their delicate beauty steals my heart away. These breathtakingly beautiful flowers are imported here every year by the billions from Holland, where they are very well-loved and considered a national treasure. Tulips are perennials that grow from bulbs and will return year after year with the proper care. They bloom naturally in the spring, if you decide to make these easy and elegant centerpieces on your own.
Each one of these pink floral wedding cakes is more exquisite than the next! Most of these are decorated with freshly picked pink garden roses, hypericum berries, seeded eucalyptus, and baby's breath. Imagine helping design a stunning spring wedding cake with gorgeous greenery and fresh blooms from your own well-tended garden. Do you want fresh flowers on the top tier only, at the base of each tier or cascading around the entire cake like a lovely pink waterfall? Find a wedding cake baker creative enough to make your wedding cake fantasy come true.
I have to admit, I've never been a big fan of the spring. In Southern California where I was born and raised, my mother's red garden roses loved our mild Mediterranean climate so much, they bloomed winter, spring, summer and fall. As a child, it was hard to tell one season from the next. Here on the south east coast of Virginia, spring means rain, rain and more rain. The relentless rain makes for some breathtaking beautiful spring flowers as shown below. These are some of my favorite spring wedding centerpiece ideas. From roses to daisies to ranunculus, I hope you are inspired by the beauty you find here.