Are you planning on a late winter/early spring wedding in a February or March?
If so you might find that you can struggle to find a style that fits that time period.
The benefit of a February/March wedding is that when you source a lot of vendors you can often find that there prices will be lower then as it is off season.
When we think of winter weddings everything becomes christmas based and having moved past that by a few months it seems silly to go with that style.
So the cunnundrum becoms what sort of style can fit between the two seasons?
Spring weddings are fresh, but due to the growing season not hitting its peak until April one can struggle to know where to turn during these months for a guide to styling your day.
We stumbled upon this style upon our rounds today and we think this could be a the perfect solution with a style that is worth adapting for this given period.
Upon research florists advise that you keep the palette quite simple and stick to white blooms as these are the most readily available then. You should then add interest by mixing this with lots of different foilage.
This particular wedding creates the idea of a living tablescape which is a huge trend for 2016. By using logs, moss and pine cones you can create interesting displays by utilising more natural elements that suggest period well - basically you are showning the pine cones have fallen but with the new fresh flowers and the moss thriving that you are leavig winter with the start of spring in sight.
So why not use a simple white living table scape for your late winter or early spring wedding, it will bring your wedding to life!