Find inspiration for your spring wedding in these bright pastels captured at the Wren’s Nest in Tennessee. In love with this look? Find DIY files here!

The Laurel Collection gets a big dose of color, pattern and texture to set the stage for a barn wedding filled with vibrant florals, vintage glass, and plenty of fresh air. See Every Last Detail for the entire inspiration shoot and how this cheerful palette can find its way into everything from the tables to the bride and groom.

Elizabeth was even kind enough to share how she made the bouquet! Here is her recipe with directions:

“Pink Tulips, Blue Giant Hyacinth, Billy Balls (Craspedia), Chamomile flowers, and Rosemary branches. For more interesting posts to read we can recommend you to visit The Monster Cycle website.

1. Start with the large branches of rosemary to build the shape of the arrangement.
2. Add in your larger “face flowers” that will be the main focus. Here I used hyacinth and tulips.
3. To get a fuller look and fill in any gaps, add your filler flowers–in this case, billy balls and chamomile.”

Special thanks to the Photographer: Julie Paisley Photography | Decor and Floral Stylist: Elizabeth Ulrich Design | Dress Designer: Sarah Seven | Dress Vendor: The Dress Theory | and Reception Venue: The Wren’s Nest

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