Why do we adore the holiday season so much? For most of us, it’s because of love. Sure, we can love one another and share in the joy of relationships all year round, but during the holiday season, we get a chance to prioritize it. Families make commitments to see each other, get-togethers are arranged, and a great effort is put forth to all be together. It is precisely that celebration of love, family, and commitment that sets the tone for a season of proposals!
Spring, summer, and early fall usually get all the attention when it comes to having a wedding, but what about winter? Out of all four months, winter is easily the most overlooked season to say “I Do,” but it shouldn’t be! Many of the major wedding planning and execution woes can be easily avoided by having a winter wedding, yet most couples-to-be don’t realize it!
We are visual creatures. We crave beauty in all things – people, places, and things. In fact, we don’t just crave beauty, we create it! Sometimes we mimic nature in paintings and architectural design, and lately, more often than not, we utilize nature’s abundant offerings for aesthetically pleasing touches around the home, office, and everywhere else.
Yet, few occasions call for nature’s spectacular beauty than weddings do. A celebration of unique and timeless love calls for a backdrop of nature’s unique and timeless aesthetic. Flowers are an integral part of every wedding’s design, and with wedding season nearly upon us, it’s the perfect time to ask the experts which floral trends we can expect to start seeing this wedding season. For all the lovely brides to be, if you haven’t yet settled on your floral choices, one or more of these upcoming trends may be just what you’re looking for!