Vermont is beautiful at any time of the year, but especially so in the spring. It’s why many Vermont brides choose the springtime to host their wedding. While planning a wedding is, generally speaking, the same across all seasons, there are a few things to keep in mind when planning a spring wedding.
Make it colorful
There are many color options to choose from when planning a spring wedding. Pastel colors such as pink, green, or yellow are always the most traditional choice, but you can also change it up with something brighter. For instance, a pop of red or purple can be a bold yet flattering choice for your wedding.
Keep the food light
When it comes to food, simple is often best. Stick with fruits and veggies such as strawberries, salad greens, or steamed asparagus. For a meat option, plan for grilled chicken or a fresh fish fillet. And, since the temperatures are starting to rise, offer plenty of refreshing, fruity drinks such as mango martinis or white wine sangria.
Use plenty of flowers
Springtime is when all of the flowers are in bloom. Your wedding décor should reflect this. Be sure to have plenty of spring flowers sprinkled throughout your wedding. Daffodils are an affordable and classic choice, as are lilies of the valley, hyacinth, and ivy.
Dress in layers
Spring can be a temperamental time of the year. One day it’s 70 degrees and sunny, and the next it’s 50 degrees and rainy. While you can’t control the weather, you can control how you dress for it. Dressing in layers will allow you to stay warm on the colder days and stay cool on the warmer days.