If you are planning a wedding you will find that spring is not the most popular time of year to get married. However, you will find that vendors have more available dates, and there are discounted rates on travel. To begin planning, think about what month during the spring season you want to get married and your favorite parts of that season. Maybe there is a particular flower you love, or colors that remind you of spring. Consider the following ideas to get you started on planning your spring wedding:
As you look around for churches and sites you might find that they have decorations up for the season. Ask to see if you can use their decorations on your wedding day. Many dresses seem to be made for a spring wedding. As you shop around look for a versatile dress that can be used with a wrap if you get chilly, yet is still light and airy. You may have also noticed that these days
more brides are choosing a hint of color in their wedding dresses, such as a baby blue sash, an allover hint of pink, or light colorful embroidery. These colors and more will look perfect at a spring wedding.
Once you have chosen your color combination you can accent your tables with polka-dot or gingham fabrics and ribbons, while alternating your colors. For a more elegant look, combine your color of choice with white, using silver as an accent color. In addition, instead of rice, ask your guests to throw rose petals, or to release butterflies.
Flowers you will find in season include roses, tulips, hyacinth, lilies and Gerber daisies. You will also find multi-colored calla lilies that are very popular and look gorgeous in a spring arrangement. As table centerpieces you can use a white basket or an elegant vase filled with an abundance of spring flowers.
When choosing food options for your guest to enjoy consider a spring menu with fresh vegetables such as baby carrots, baby asparagus, potatoes, and sugar snap peas. The options are endless just have fun choosing. For desert go for a carrot cake with a cream cheese icing, also some strawberries, rhubarb, mangos, pomegranates, and apricots are delicious during this time of year.