wedding in spring

As you know, spring is the sea­son of love. So, respec­tive­ly, and wed­dings. And although this sea­son is not as pop­u­lar for mar­riage as autumn or sum­mer, com­pared to the win­ter calm, spring begins a real wed­ding hype. But do not for­get that spring is not only a peri­od of awak­en­ing of nature and the appear­ance of flow­ers, leaves and singing birds, but also a sea­son of rains and unpre­dictable weath­er. So you should approach the orga­ni­za­tion of a wed­ding in the spring (espe­cial­ly ear­ly) with spe­cial care.

Spring Wed­ding Ideas

For most peo­ple, spring is asso­ci­at­ed with inno­cence, ten­der­ness, warmth, etc. There­fore, we rec­om­mend work­ing out ideas for a spring wed­ding based on these asso­ci­a­tions.

Let’s start with the design of the spring wed­ding. The most suit­able col­ors for wed­ding decor would be green, white, blue, yel­low, pink, orange, pur­ple. But not all togeth­er, choose only two or three pri­ma­ry col­ors, and that will be enough. But red, gray and gold are not quite suit­able col­ors, they are bet­ter left for oth­er sea­sons.

Hold­ing a wed­ding in the spring in nature is a risky under­tak­ing. The weath­er in spring is very change­able, and dur­ing the day both a bright and warm spring sun and a pro­longed thun­der­storm can alter­nate. There­fore, when plan­ning an orig­i­nal place where you can cel­e­brate a wed­ding in the spring, you need to take into account the pos­si­ble occur­rence of weath­er trou­bles, and ways to elim­i­nate them.

Spring pho­to shoots are best done in nature, espe­cial­ly if the weath­er is sun­ny and the trees have already become green and beau­ti­ful, rather than gray and gloomy. Excel­lent pho­tos are obtained from flow­er­ing fruit trees, as well as against the back­ground of the first spring flow­ers — tulips, cro­cus­es, daf­fodils, etc. If you have a nature reserve, a botan­i­cal gar­den or just a beau­ti­ful park in your city, then you won’t find a bet­ter place for a spring pho­to ses­sion.

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If a pho­to shoot by the foun­tain is not a com­mon­place for you, then you can safe­ly go to them.

The bride’s bou­quet

Tra­di­tion­al and famil­iar to most brides, ros­es in a spring bou­quet will look a lit­tle rough. But lilies, cro­cus­es, white tulips, callas, orchids — this is what you need. The bou­quet should look har­mo­nious with the dress, but choos­ing a com­bi­na­tion of white and green, you will not lose in any case.Spring wedding menu

Spring wed­ding menu

The spring menu should be light. This means that sal­ads with may­on­naise should be small­er. A large amount of flour and pas­tries is not an idea for a spring wed­ding. In the spring, you need to focus on vit­a­mins: fresh veg­eta­bles, which every­one missed dur­ing the win­ter, light desserts such as jel­ly, fruits, a light wed­ding cake. And, of course, juices.

If you plan to have a ban­quet out­doors, or in an out­door cafe, then grilled meat, fish and veg­eta­bles will come in handy.

What to wear to a spring wed­ding?

A spring wed­ding dress can be both short and long. But much in the spring dress of the bride is deter­mined by the weath­er. In May, you can safe­ly count on good weath­er and buy short dress­es, but in March it is rarely warm, so you risk freez­ing in a short out­fit.

It is also bet­ter to choose shoes based on the weath­er, but most often it turns out like this: March — boots, April — shoes, May — san­dals. Puffy dress­es, with lots of ruf­fles, flow­ers and skirts, we would not rec­om­mend for a spring wed­ding. Remem­ber what we said about the gen­tle and inno­cent image? Light flow­ing dress­es, a del­i­cate veil, a min­i­mum of decor on the dress — and the image of the spring bride is ready. It remains to empha­size it with light make­up and fresh flow­ers. After all, only in spring the bride can dec­o­rate her hair with fresh flow­ers, with­out wor­ry­ing that by the end of the cel­e­bra­tion they will with­er or freeze.

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