Spring is practically around the corner which means spring wedding season is upon us! Planning a wedding for any season can be a stressful process, but having a spring ceremony and reception will be a memorable experience for everyone involved. The weather starts to brighten up in the spring as well as the flowers begin to bloom. If you are in the midst of planning a spring wedding, here are a few tips make the process go smoothly.
Prepare for Rain
Even though the weather is sunny and calm throughout parts of spring, there are still periods of rain showers especially in March and April. It is wise to prepare for the worst weather during your ceremony and reception. You can still have an outdoor wedding, but you should book a venue that has an indoor hall just in case. You can also rent tents so that people can stay under them in the case of rain.
Keep The Meal Light
When it comes to catering a spring wedding, it is best to serve light and healthy options. If you have an outdoor wedding, try to avoid serving anything too heavy especially if it is going to be hot. You want to serve plenty of fruits and vegetable so people will have energy throughout the rest of the event. For the main course, grilled chicken and fish are always good options.
When it comes to decorating for your spring wedding, it is great to incorporate as many natural elements as possible. Since spring is known for flowers, picks the flowers that align with your color palette. You should make the table decoration as colors and natural as possible.
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