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One of the first things you will likely consider when you begin planning your wedding is what season to have your special day in. Now, if you have specific days in mind, for whatever reason, your wedding season will be predetermined. However, if you’re undecided, you may want to consider a spring wedding. Sure, summer and fall may be the most popular, but spring has its own charms and challenges. Keep reading to see our reasons to choose a spring wedding!
One of the best benefits of a spring wedding is the moderate temperature. After all, summer weddings can be fun, but hot, especially when that dance floor gets crowded. Winter weddings struggle with the opposite problem. Fall and spring weddings both benefit from milder temperatures, which can make the comfort of your wedding party and guests much more pleasant with minimal effort.
As an aside, one of the only challenges of a spring wedding is the sudden changes of weather. If you have an outdoor ceremony and/or reception planned, be sure to have backup plans in case of a sudden rainstorm. If you’ve planned your wedding as an indoor event, however, a little rain won’t bother you.
If this is important to you, there is a symbolic significance to spring which many people enjoy. Spring has long represented a time of rebirth, restoration, and renewal. What more fitting time could there be to celebrate your new vows and the start of a new stage of life? This significance seen in the fresh plant life and new growth. If you are seeking a particularly rustic or outdoorsy setting for your wedding, the new growth of spring can form a beautiful backdrop as you exchange vows.
As you plan your wedding themes and colors, consider the season and its implication on design. Spring is typically associated with beautiful pastel colors. Paired with the fresh growth of new plant life, it isn’t hard to create a truly breathtaking ceremony and reception.
You might not think about it, but the season often informs the dining preferences. With a spring wedding, fresh fruit, veggies, and similar faire are a natural fit with the lighter themes of the season.
You may not have thought about it, but spring doesn’t have a ton of huge holidays associated with it. In winter, especially the end of the year, you have Christmas and New Years. Fall has Thanksgiving. Summer is usually full of family vacations and the like as the kids are off of school. With a few examples(Easter, for example) spring is probably the most open of all the seasons.
Whatever your season, if you need an absolutely beautiful venue reach out to Jennings Trace. Our qualified team is ready, willing, and able to help with all of your needs for your special day. With a beautiful, modern venue, surrounded by scenic views, our state-of-the-art venue is Houston is the finest place for one of life’s most special occasions.