Blooming flowers and chirping birds, spring is the most pleasant time of the year to plan your wedding. A time of romance; love, roses, glorious sounds of wedding bells and everything feminine. Keep reading to know what you need for the perfect spring wedding.
1. Pick A Theme
The first step to getting your perfect spring wedding is choosing a theme for the ceremony. This determines the pastels and watercolor you need. It’s spring! Bright, vibrant and extraordinary bold colors are in season! Keep it bold, fun and light-hearted with peach, sky blue, and fuchsia to help create a lasting impression. Give Mother Nature a chance to inspire you, take a trip and visit gardens and art galleries for more aesthetic inspiration.
2. Create Unique Ideas For Your Wedding Invitations
Prints are your go-to trends for wedding invites, the first impression your guests receive before the big day. Get creative and add a few personal tips to the envelope and the card by using pictures and custom stamps to leave a touch of grace and elegance.
3. Pick A Destination and Venue
The decision to choose a destination or in-house wedding depends solely on the number of guests attending your wedding. A smaller room is good enough for an intimate crowd but too small and suffocating for a larger crowd. It’s always advisable to go with a location that deals both indoors and outdoors. Spring is gorgeous; it’s also wedding season and unpredictable regarding nature. Book all venues and hotel room early enough; other couples will recognize the beauty in spring.
4. Your Delicious Wedding Cake
Work with your baker, caterer and your bartender to decide on the items you want on your menu. From cake tasting too, wine and meal tasting, it’s your wedding day; spice it up with flavors, lemons, berries, vegetables, wine, and fish. Incorporate the seasonal produce into your drinks and dishes while keeping in mind that layers are everything. Spring and floral are twins in hand, go for layered, floral wedding cakes to compliment your theme.
5. Wedding Flowers
If your wedding is based on a budget that doesn’t include a chunk of real, fresh flowers, its best to opt for fake flowers and not the real deal. Flowers are the signs and the beginning of spring; take advantage of the spring freshness and sunshine at your wedding. Decorate your bouquet, centerpieces, and aisle with beautiful flowers and lights. Focus on sophisticated and gorgeous greenery, and add a bit of the quintessential flowery branches to the centerpieces for more height at the reception.
6. Wedding Dress
Outdoor weddings can become a disaster if you don’t plan right. Go for bridal separates to give chic aesthetics to your dress and heel protectors to keep the mud at bay and to stop your heels from sinking into the grass. Use a sheer, breezy, neutral fabric for your reception dress to fit the weather. Give the groom a darker neutral tone and a pop of color to compliment yours.
7. Wedding Photographer and Videographer
Find someone whose style you love and choose someone you'll enjoy hanging out with.
So if you are looking to walk down this aisle just in time for spring, these tips are just what you need.