I hope you all had a wonderful Valentine’s Day this year, and a great last day of February! As everyone would say, “it’s hard to believe that time has been passing by so fast”, and it really has. February is the shortest month of the year, and Spring is almost fully upon us. What wedding theme colors come to mind when you think of the Spring season? Besides the classic wedding colors of white, eggshell, ivory, beige, etc., when they’re paired up with warm pastel colors, it seems to be the most popular combination.
The season of Spring feels very fresh: the snow is melted, you start to see the morning dew on plant leaves, you can enjoy the weather outside, take afternoon walks, and it’s also when flowers start to bloom. As far as the weather goes, rain or shine, it won’t be too hot outside. For weddings however, there are usually more options for location in the Spring, depending on your seasonal climates. Other than having the traditional “wedding at a church” setting, both the wedding itself and the reception could be held outside, in a forest, in a floral garden, and/or even at a beachfront. In the “by the book” trends, neutral colors (leaning towards the whites and off-whites) such as cream, or eggshell, have been the most favored when it’s at a floral garden, or forest. The flowers are colorful themselves, and they could be any color.
If you’ve ever thought of getting married in the Spring, or attending a Spring wedding, they’re something to look forward to. You may not only find them enjoyable, but the vibe and feelings that are present, make the atmosphere seem more inviting. The wedding guests are imbued with a fervent longing to keep that same exact vibe alive.