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5 Spring Wedding Trends to Know & Love in 2022

Spring is a time of rebirth, as flowers bloom and nature comes back to life. It’s also one of our favorite seasons because there’s just something so special about a pretty spring wedding! Between colorful themes, beautiful weather, and bountiful florals, it’s truly a season to celebrate.

Thanks to two years of postponed nuptials, we’re expecting more spring weddings than ever this year — and we can’t wait to see what’s in store!

Without further ado, here are five spring wedding trends we’re seeing in 2022!

Soft and airy textures

Crisp mornings and warm afternoons call for delicate fabrics, which makes spring the perfect season for all the chiffon, lace, and gossamer!

Starry nights

As days get longer, many couples opt for an outdoor celebration under the stars. And we don’t mean the ones in the sky — we’re talking about market lights! Pairing functional lighting with a chic aesthetic, they can transform anything from the dance floor to the bar area.

Floral explosions

Can’t get enough of gorgeous blooms? Spring is your season! (Not gonna lie – that’s why we love it, too!) Spring boasts the most in-season flowers throughout the year, so you can take your pick. Peonies, hydrangeas, roses, ranunculus – the possibilities are endless!

intimate spring wedding in Pleasanton

Intimate settings

Who said bigger has to be better? We saw intimate weddings become the norm during the peak of COVID, but we’re happy to see them stick around! Many couples realized how special it is to be surrounded by a small selection of their loved ones — and we LOVE the creative ideas that come with smaller celebrations! (Psst, your budget goes much further!)

Need more inspiration for your spring wedding in Livermore?

We’ve got you covered! Get in touch to tell us more about your vision – we can’t wait to help!

What Has Patricio Angulo of Oyé Productions Been Doing in Quarantine?

This is a part of our Creative Partner Spotlight: Quarantine Edition series, where we show you what our creative partners from all around the Bay Area have been up to during quarantine. Today, we’re checking in with Patricio Angulo of Oyé Productions

What has been your favorite part about quarantine? All the family time!

What has been your least favorite part about quarantine? All work cancelled for the foreseeable future, and the poorly executed SBA/EDD disaster of a system for financial aid.

How have you been spending your time? A mix of family time, major yard work (fallen tree and building a veggie garden), and re-hauling the office and music room. For the latter, I’m making it video friendly with pro audio gear and starting to build a recording music studio!

What are your favorite local restaurants to order take out from? We’ve been enjoying all home cooked meals!

What have you been binge watching? American Horror Story and Schitt’s Creek. Highly recommend both!

What are you looking forward to most when all of this is over? Playing live music for audiences- I miss it desperately!

Have you celebrated a birthday or event during quarantine? How did you do it? Not yet! Our birthdays are September through November, so we’ll see…hopefully we will be back to celebrating in person by then!

Have you learned any new skills during quarantine? Turning my black thumb into a green one! Once my studio is more functional, I will learn more about being a legit recording engineer. My other plan is to also start some major video editing work. Lots to keep busy with!