Hello Navy Gang!
Spring is approaching and the only thing that is more important than Spring Season, is Wedding planning season!
Spring weather can vary in different parts of the U.S. In the south, temperatures can typically range in the low and mid 70s!
There are many tools out there for wedding planning and articles to help with generating wedding ideas!
Here Comes The Bride, offers advice on what is trending during the Spring Season:
Working With What’s In Season
When you buy what's in season, you get food and flowers at the peak of their supply when costs are normally lower. Plus, when they're locally grown they don't need to be shipped halfway around the globe. So not only do you save money, but you also reduce your carbon footprint. Win-win.
—Spring Wedding Food—
Fortunately, spring produces fresh fruits and veggies—and an opportunity to take a fresh look at what we put on our plates. Early in the season, we're treated to leafy greens, carrots, and peas, while closer to summer we see juicy melons and tomatoes. Basically, the hearty (and heavier!) foods of winter get kicked to the curb—along with your excuses for not eating healthier.
As the weather gets warmer, the idea of destination wedding become more prevalent to the soon to be wed. Keep in mind Save-the-dates for destination weddings typically get sent out 8–12 months in advance, while save-the-dates for local weddings can be sent out closer to 4 months in advance.
Pastels and Neutrals tend to be more popular during Spring Wedding Season! Here are some palates to get your wheels turning:
(Images provided by GOOGLE)
As always, happy planning, and always prioritize yourself!