A wedding plan between the fall and the winter is considered best by the majority; unless you have a fascination on getting married on a beach in a warm, summer afternoon, and then the time between October and January can make you witness a synchronicity in white. Besides, it is when you can flaunt your riches to the max.
However, that requires you to consider many-a-things; agreed that snow can add quite some magic to your wedding, but if the setting is wrong, even the photographs shall lack the stunning effects to turn sour the finest assortment of ideas. Therefore, a few words on a fall as well as a winter wedding plan.
- The good things of a fall wedding
Fall or autumn is the season when the older leaves fall from the trees making way for newer, breathtaking displays? The nature’s palette emphasizes more on the deep reds and oranges facilitating more ornate decorations accompanied with rich menus that are not always safe during the summers.
Or think about the fall wedding favors. People love receiving them; so whether it’s mere bookmarks or candles or the things in between, fall gives you a chance to make even such simple things appear more gorgeous than in any other time of the year. For example, a mere box of soap can transform to cute leaf-petal soaps or an ordinary candle to an apple-sapped one – but more than anything, they can even double as an effective fall wedding decoration. Extra decorations for free; it certainly makes an enticing offer.
- Making an attractive winter wedding plan
On the other hand, a winter wedding plan saves a lot of costs while not making the invitees feel a whiff of it. Let us take the flowers into consideration to explain it better; despite the choice being limited in this particular season, you can go whole hog with roses and lilies, the most traditional ones, with artificial snowflakes and ice crystals forming outer filigree.
A winter wedding also gives you the freedom of keeping all of your favorite foods in the menu without posing a health risk to others besides adding certain winter specials like squash and pumpkin recipes. Eggnogs or spiced wine or hot chocolate with or without alcohol shall definitely spice up your reception. And since it’s winter, you can make things go all white including the wedding cake, and the embellishments; as wedding favors, you can have sugar sculptures or tins of hot chocolate. But even if you are planning for something else as a wedding favor, there’s no such season, which shall allow you for decorating the reception with Christmas trees, ice sculptures and crystal bouquets.