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02. 02. 16

Punxatawney Phil and the Pastel Pop!

It’s Groundhog Day and this morning, Pennsylvania’s most famous groundhog – Punxsutawney Phil – predicted an early Spring! Time to officially inspired for the possibility of warm weather!

Spring is all about pastels. Think soft yellow, blush pink and light lavender. Try incorporating this trend into your bridal fashion, floral, food or cocktail hour.

Our top spring wedding trends we’re looking forward to:


Centering around recipe Quartz, one of Pantone’s top colors for 2016, pastels are a big trend for spring. Especially paired with hints of vintage, lace detailing, pastels and floral. A barely there pop of color is perfect for your spring nuptials! Shades of pink and rose were seen all over the runways and we’re in love with these blush tones!

Image courtesy of The Knot


Embrace this blooming season in full force with a soft, romantic, lush bouquet. Pro tip: Choose in-season stems for the freshest bouquets and take advantage of spring flowers like sweet peas, lilacs, hyacinths, tulips and peonies.

Photography: Christina Shields


A pastel pop for your palate! Try whimsical colorful desserts and food flavors like cotton candy this year. Pairing this spring palette with fun food offerings has never been more on-trend. Get the recipe for homemade cotton candy.

Image courtesy of The Kitchn


From artisan spirits to interactive food stations, spring receptions are all about the eats and specialty sips! Consider incorporating pastel hues into your cocktail hour with grapefruit and pomegranate handmade popsicles with a champagne pour over.

Grapefruit and pomegranate handmade Popsicle with a champagne pour over. Photography: Christina Shields