Close up of spring bouquet in pastel colors.

Florals for Spring? Groundbreaking.

Hopefully at least a few of you recognize that line from the movie The Devil Wears Prada, but here on the flower farm we love a good floral no matter the season!! It’s kind of our thing, after all. And nothing says spring wedding *quite* as well as a soft pastel color palette! Check out a few of our recent favorites below!

A Classic Spring Pastel Wedding

A bridesmaid in blue dress holds her pastel spring wedding bouquet for a closeup.

April at the Wylder Hotel equals spring wedding perfection!!  Crosby and Owen sent over the inspo for their “London Garden Party on the Bay” reception and we were immediately on board.  Bright springy flowers with pops of blues and greens went perfectly with all of the seasonal pastels!

From the bridal party bouquets to the groom’s pocket square, and the guests’ outfits, the entire wedding was full of fresh spring style.

We set up their ceremony on the waterfront with two ground arrangements surrounding them during their vows, which were able to be easily repurposed to their sweetheart table in the reception!

Walking into the reception, guests were met with tables of scattered bud vases full of spring pastel florals, and an absolutely gorgeous cake!! We always love coordinating with your baker on cake florals, to make sure it matches your dessert dream.

Even the sunset got the memo about spring pastels… a beautiful end to a perfect day.

A bride and groom walk on a dock during sunset at their wedding.

Venue: Wylder Hotel Tilghman Island

Photographer: Brittney Sue Photography

Baker: Mill Stream Farm

Spring Florals + Potted Plants

Grooms stand at a wooden fence looking towards each other while smiling.

Aaron and Matt’s main floral color palette of navy blue and white florals had the perfect accent color with touches of peach, for their wedding on a gorgeous spring day just around the corner from us at Great Oak Manor!

We loved working with Matt & Aaron (and Casey of Chesapeake Shore Events!) to make their floral dreams come true.  Our farm grown tulips and ranunculus were the stars of the arrangements!

But no matter how much we loved their ceremony florals, we were obsessed with their tablescape!! Matt & Aaron had collected vintage books, and requested various plants in all sizes of terracotta pots to be placed on and around them. We also added small vases with tiny blooms, and our mercury glass candles!  Mixing cut flowers with potted plants always creates a unique table setting, especially when mixed with a couple’s own eclectic collection.

Venue: Great Oak Manor

Photographer: Katie Nesbitt Photography

Planning: Chesapeake Shore Events

Rentals: Eastern Shore Tents and Events

Cow Barn in the Spring

Bride and bridesmaids hold their spring wedding bouquets and smile towards the camera.

Sabrina & Robert had such a fun wedding full of friends, family, and lots of laughs! The Cow Barn provided a perfect backdrop to their day, with its rustic charm and elegance.  Our spring flowers provided a rainbow of pastels!

Bride and groom stand at ceremony arch with spring floral and fabric draping.

All in all, a gorgeous early spring day to help kick off our wedding season that year.

Our favorite flowers from her bouquet included scabiosa, larkspur, tulips, bupleurum, eucalyptus, delphinium, grasses, and more!

Venue: Cow Barn

Photographer: Virginia Lewis Photography

You Can’t have Spring without the Rain

Spring wedding entire wedding party lined up behind bride and groom.

Grace came out to visit the farm a few weeks ahead of her wedding, and as usually happens with a visit she fell in love with all of the florals!! She didn’t have too specific of a color palette to start out with, so letting us get creative with anything and everything that’s pretty and in bloom was an easy choice to make.

She brought her own bud vases for us to fill, and a few Ball mason jars for the aisle decor as well.  The mason jars were more for the name than the rustic style – since her husband’s last name is Ball they love using them for vases!

Grace and Christopher ended up with rain on their wedding day, but it didn’t hold them back at all from having a beautiful ceremony, or fun pictures with a cute umbrella!

Peonies and iris made a great focus for her mid-May pastel spring wedding.

Venue: Silver Swan Bayside

Photographer: Lindsay & Co Photography

Almost Summer

Wedding party celebrates with bride and groom, all holding bouquets.

Ashley + Tyler had a late Spring wedding on her uncle’s waterfront property in Queenstown, Maryland.  This time of season has all the best to offer from spring while transitioning into the first blooms of our early summer varieties as well!

We lined her aisle with in-ground florals, a favorite installation of ours!  Taking a mallet and some iron rebar, we sink water tubes into the ground then fill them up with florals.  This creates the look of a blooming garden path!

Her flower girls added the finishing touches with petals sprinkled down the aisle, and a petal cone toss at the recessional as well.

For Ashley’s tables, she had chosen floral frogs in low dishes, which we created for her on-site!  From our farm fresh larkspur and scabiosa to snapdragons, feverfew, and more, the created a light airy tablescape perfect for a spring wedding reception.

Our favorite part of their wedding reception was the unique hanging installation!  We created a wooden square wrapped in light greenery, and suspended a rainbow of paper cranes from every side.  Swinging in the breeze, it was a beautiful accent for the whole day!

Planner: Moore & Co Events

Photographer: Lexi Truesdale Photography

Tent Rentals: Eastern Shore Tents & Events

Catering: Be My Guest

Planning your own Spring Wedding?

Spring was made for pastel wedding color palettes!  From the early tulips and ranunculus all the way through peonies, larkspur, iris, dianthus, centaurea, strawflower, scabiosa, and so many more, our flower farm is always growing something new all season long. Let us know with an inquiry if you want to chat florals for your own big day!

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Located on the beautiful Eastern Shore of Maryland, Wildly Native Flower Farm is a small (but ever growing!) family-owned flower farm and florist with a big vision, where it takes everyone working together to create success.

We connect with all of our products from literally the ground up, and love seeing every bloom that we grow find its way into someone’s home and heart!  So when you schedule a time to visit with us, we’ll walk our fields together and experience all of the scents, textures, colors, and more that a flower farm has to offer.  It is such a unique experience for brides, plant lovers, gardeners, nature enthusiasts, and all-around environmentally focused folks!

Providing locally grown and hand-picked seasonal florals in the peak of bloom is the foundation of who we are – whether for your wedding, a birthday, or just because!

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