Think Spring

On a beautiful day like today, my thoughts turn towards – what else? Weddings of course! Now that we’re half way through February you can just smell spring coming!

Spring in bloom - for a wedding.

Are you having a spring wedding? If so here are a few tips and suggestions for you!

Spring weather is very variable – so be prepared for anything! You may have 70 degrees and sunshine, or you may end up with a damp, chilly day. Choose dresses with sleeves on them, give your bridesmaids wraps to wear as their bridesmaid gift, or go for a vintage look with cardigan sweaters. Keep an eye on the forecast and contact your guests with information as soon as you have it.

Pastel - the classic for spring.

Spring weddings are full of the classic (and sometimes dreaded) pastel bridesmaid dresses. Make things easier on your bridesmaids by allowing them to choose the color or cut of their dress, and you’ll hear far fewer complaints. Or go in a different direction with turquoise or lime green dresses, accompanied by pink bouquets. For a daytime wedding, men look dapper in tan suits, a colored shirts and coordinating ties.

Spring is awash with colorful flowers. Take your pick from Daffodils, Hyacinths, Lilacs, Narcissi, Peonies, Stargazer Lillies, Sweet peas, and Tulips.

Give favors of seed packets or bulbs, with thanks for supporting the growth of your love. Consider giving birdhouses – you can usually find these inexpensively at a craft store if you’re up for decorating them yourself!

Birdhouses - a great spring favor!

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