There are only four seasons in our part of the world. If you are planning to get married, then you have to choose the best one for your concept.
Winter appeals to lots of couples and so do autumn. Summer has also become a hit but you see, the most favorite since time immemorial has always been the spring.
No need for further introduction on how beautiful spring is, after all we have already witnessed the magnificence this season could provide.
So, what is our idea of a spring wedding theme?
The first thing you would want to do is decide what features this season you would most likely take advantage of. Then build your general and specific concepts from there. Here, we will help you discover the pointers you have if you choose a spring theme wedding.
When are you planning to have your Spring wedding?
There is much to see during spring and many of us have our own favorites. Each phase of the season has its own advantages and disadvantages. So begin your planning with picking the exact time of the season you would want to get married.
Do you love the budding of the flowers amidst the floral abundance or are you more like of the sunshine-after-winter personality? Or would you rather have it later during the season when the summer is about to close in?
There are far too many wonders this time of the year could give and each wonder would help you give more emphasis on the occurrences surrounding you and the event you have waited all your life for.
It would be a great idea to get in time with the Easter season if you are to be married in the church. Or, if you are opting for a more traditional look, you must book your tuxedo and gowns in advance before the high school prom gets in.
What do you want to wear?
Couples getting married during this season are more likely to wear the usual dresses, gowns and tuxedos we see year round. This is because spring calls for not so rigid-looking attires and not so soft-looking ones. It’s just right around the middle.
Something that is breezy and light and very versatile would be perfect for a spring wedding theme. You can have a sleeveless top with balloon skirt matched with a wrap to keep you warm in case the weather becomes chilly. See to it that your bridesmaids and other attendees are also provided with dresses that provide the same comfort. Remember that the weather could be very dodgy with being so hot or cold.
Moreover, there are too little issues when it comes to colors. But typically, brides are looking for more vibrant ones that project the hues of the season.
Get around the idea of using pastel colors though since this is becoming dreadfully and overly popular. A splash of colors from your guests would also be a good option. Allow your bridesmaids to choose their own colors and the groomsmen their own choice of tuxedos. Just be reminded though that all must have something that would coordinate them. There would be nothing wrong in not following the spring wedding theme entirely because by doing so, you will be keeping the air of diversity alive.