Don’t be put off by our title, spring brings forth some of the most beautiful floras around. We gathered up a few tips and tricks, along with visuals to help move along your romantic spring wedding. Our first and foremost advice for a spring wedding is to book early! It is a popular time to get married so secure a spot when you decide on this season immediately. Besides, how can you give up the blooming flowers, bright sunny days, chirping birds, and wedding bells?
Colors: Spring wedding colors are normally pastels but if you dare, go for punchier palettes such as fuchsia, coral or royal blue! Shades of blush, peach, baby pink, and tan are the favored pastel hues.
Featuring Diamond in the Rough’s radiant Grace Ring, a gorgeous addition to any spring wedding.
Attire: Short sleeve, sleeveless, or strapless dresses are very popular for spring. If you want to add some serious wow factor, consider a beautiful chiffon gown, as the favor of the fabric will add a little bit more weight and warmth. Or opt for a tea-length dress; it’s flattering, adorable and charming all at the same time!
Recommended florals for this season:
Venue: Spring weddings can be tricky because the weather is so unpredictable. You can choose to play it safe with an indoor ceremony and reception. Or you can take a leap and have the ceremony and/or reception under the blossom-laden boughs of your favorite tree. But if you do choose an outdoor wedding, embrace the light rain, pitch some tents, and revel in a full-blown soiree. You know what they say.. a wet knot is harder to untie!
Weather to watch out for: March can be cold and blustery, even snowy, April is notoriously rainy, and May can be any combination of rainy, cold, hot, and humid. Incorporate fun umbrellas and tents when you are outdoors, and expect the unexpected.
This is the last of our Love for All Seasons write-up and the most whimsical out of the bunch. We do hope our tips and suggestions assisted in your spring wedding inspiration. Remember a little bit of light rain never hurt anyone!
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