Planning a wedding is always with intricate and small details which are not easily seen or overlooked at most times. So here are some special guidelines on how to plan that special spring wedding!
Suppliers and vendors are booked well in advance during this busy time for weddings, so better to contact and select your preferred services early; the photo booth, the band or DJ, caterers and the venue. This way you will not decide on having a decision to regret later. Most of the suppliers and vendors actually allow you to secure the date and hold the appointment with a deposit in advance even if you are still working on the venue, reception, activities, food and all the other basic details.
Finding Your Flowers
Springtime is an ideal time for all those good-looking blossoming flowers. Flowers are a good starting point and will also help in inspiring you to find your wedding theme colors. Allow spring to inspire you with the numerous florals that are bursting during the season. Some of the choices can be ranuculus, cherry blossoms, tulips, sweet peas and peonies.
Selecting a venue
During this season, be mindful of the weather since spring weather can also be unpredictable. This is also important when you are thinking of where to take your photos. For some cultures, rain is a sign of good luck so if it happens that it drizzles on the day, this is a good omen even if it not really ideal. But, this potential concern can be deterred since you can always move the party indoors.
Choosing what is in season
During the spring season, there are many fruits and vegies that you can choose from and the pairings are indeed endless. Pick a variety of ingredients that are in season for your appetizers and main course dishes and add the usual protein such as chicken and steak. You can also choose to have fruits as dessert with some added twists such as dipping strawberries in chocolate or some French apple tarts.
Selecting your attire
Often, it is not quite that warm for linen suits but is not cool enough for wool. Take advantage of breathable fabrics that are more lightweight suit for the groomsmen and a short or three-quarter sleeve for the bridesmaids. It is also good to consider festive pastel colors such as mint, pinks and yellows.