Planning a Spring Wedding? Hear Out These Tips!
With March nearly over, we know we’re all in for a full season of amazing, unforgettable, truly magical weddings – and if you too want to have a spring wedding, we bet you also want to incorporate some of the seasonal beauties in it too.
How to plan a spring wedding every guest will love? Here are some tips you should definitely consider:
The décor. Take advantage of the season outside and pick a wedding location that offers a stunning natural backdrop. It could be an orchard blooming with joy, a garden full of flowers, or simply a location you have decorated with a lot of spring flowers. This will not only make your wedding more suitable for the season outside, but it will also help you create a sense of well-being, peace, and romanticism.
The fun. Since it’s spring outside and since the weather is likely to get a lot better over the past couple of months, why not take advantage of this too? Planning some outdoor lawn activities for your guests is a really fun and sweet way of keeping them entertained – and in a very seasonal way too.
The plan. Weather is likely to get really nice for your wedding day, yes. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t plan for the opposite too. Spring tends to be a bit chaotic in terms of rainy days, so it’s always a good idea to have a plan B – just in case rain decides to pour. A simple tend or a venue with an indoor alternative will keep you safe and dry – and even if it does rain, it’s important to keep your spirits up and make the most out of it (just think of the amazing photos you will be able to shoot out in the rain).
The food. Talk to your catering service provider and ask them to infuse the menu with seasonal fragrance and flavor. From the cake to the actual food served during the dinner, everything can be at last slightly infused with seasonal ingredients and herbs – and this can make all the difference in the world!
Looking for a truly amazing wedding planner in South Carolina? Contact Dazzle (Events) by Andrea and allow us to be the ones who help you pull together the best of the best – a wedding that will be remembered for the decades to come!